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  • April 14 - A New Beginning20:09

Sunday, March 24
Exodus: Let My People Go!
This Sunday's Theme: Strike the Rock (Exodus 17:1-7)

God's people, living in the wilderness, needed water to survive.  Without water, they were dying.  We need the "Water of Life".  Without the "Water of Life" we are dying as well.  What worked for Moses and the people works for us as well.  God provides.



  • March 24 - Strike the Rock23:31

Sunday, April 7
Exodus: Let My People Go!
This Sunday's Theme: Digging Ourselves into a Hole (Exodus 32:1-14)

In Exodus 32, the episode of Israel's flirtation with the golden calf and sexual flirtation with one another is recorded.  Moses was taking too long to come down from Mt. Sinai and the people grew impatient.  They demanded a god who could satisfy them right now!  People today continue to exchange the real God for a fake one.  Moses and God have to address not only the idolatry but the sexual immorality of the Israelites at Mt. Sinai.  We have all taken wrong turns in life.  God's covenant established through Jesus is one of love, kindness, and forgiveness.   Today we claim that covenant for ourselves.



  • April 7 - Digging Ourselves into a Hole23:00

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  • March 31 - Mine!24:20

Sunday, March 31
Exodus: Let My People Go!
This Sunday's Theme: Mine (Exodus 20:1-17)

In Exodus 20, God lays out His expectations for the Israelites regarding their relationship with Him and with one another.  Twice in the commandments God warns His people about the sin of covetousness; Commandments 9 & 10.  Covetousness comes naturally.  What isn't natural is contentment.  God desires undivided trust and loyalty from His people and He will do whatever it takes to save them.



Sunday, April 14
Exodus: Let My People Go!
This Sunday's Theme: A New Beginning (Exodus 34:1-8)

In our series on the book of Exodus we come to a scene in Exodus 32 where Aaron and the Israelites need a new beginning with God.  They have sinned greatly in worshiping a golden calf as the LORD and in their ensuing immoral behavior.  The people cannot make themselves "Right" with God and so God comes down to them, right where they are, to restore His people.  God identifies Himself as compassionate, slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin.  Today is Palm Sunday.  We sing, "Hosanna!"  Rightly so, "Jesus Saves."