Opposition is not a problem for God – Exodus 5:1-21 Sermon

Have you ever tried to obey God, and then encountered opposition? You might think that obeying God would lead to no opposition, but that is rarely the case. This passage is an encouragement for us, because it helps us to understand why there is opposition – and why we don’t have to worry about it.

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God’s unstoppable plans – Exodus 4:18-31 Sermon

In this passage we see how God’s plans are put into action. God’s plans advance in ways we cannot see, and cannot be stopped by circumstances or disobedience.

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Recognising genuine servants of God – Exodus 4:1-17 Sermon

In the second part of Moses’ call, he asks God what to do if the Israelites don’t believe him and listen to him. God’s reply helps us to understand what it means to be a genuine servant of God, and how to recognise them.

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When God steps in – Exodus 3:1-22 Sermon

After reading the first two chapters of Exodus, you might be wondering where has God been? Not absent, but taking a back seat. In Exodus 3, we see the moment when God steps in – and it changes everything.

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God’s frustrating and perfect timing – Exodus 2:11-25 Sermon

In this passage we see God’s timing in action: it was frustrating for Moses, but God’s timing was perfect. How does this help us to live by faith?

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God’s astonishing providence – Exodus 2:1-10 Sermon

This passage is a well-known Sunday School / children’s Bible story – but it has some deep things to say to us. In this passage we see God’s providence working in astonishing, amazing, surprising ways. What does that teach us?

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Preparing for persecution – Exodus 1 Sermon

In the first part of Exodus, we look at how the world’s values are always in tension with God’s values. God’s blessing and ways are seen as a threat by the world, who want to persecute his people. At the same time, there is encouragement for those who stand up for God.

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A warning against disunity – Romans 16:1-27 Sermon

In this final chapter of Romans, Paul finishes by demonstrating that he practices what he preaches about unity. His love for the church in Rome shines through. However, he also gives a stern warning against those who would destroy the unity of the church.

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Serving God in weakness – Romans 15:14-22 Sermon

Have you ever looked at someone else and thought, “I could never serve God like that”? This is doubly so for the apostle Paul, who seemed to accomplish so much for God. And yet, according to him, we should be encouraged.

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Respect one another’s conscience – Romans 14:1-15:13 Sermon

In this passage Paul says that we should bear with the conscience of weaker believers. What does that mean? This is one of the most misunderstood and misapplied passages in Romans – we need to look into it carefully to make sure that we don’t miss the point.

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