Exodus is a story about liberation. It’s about being freed from oppression. It’s about being freed from darkness. But it’s also about being freed to something – or better yet, about being saved by someone, to someone. Exodus is about leaving darkness, sin and death and getting God.

And the best part? God’s the one who does the liberation. He goes to save his people, he defeats their enemies, and he leads them out into the bright light of his presence, to be his treasured possession, to be God’s family.

It’s the same thing God does for us in the Gospel. Jesus came to save us from our sin and darkness, from the oppression of life apart from God. He came to defeat our demons and lead us into God’s presence, to be God’s family.

In the book of Exodus, we see the Gospel in vivid stories. We see people that are exactly like us. We see a God that is not what we expect. We find a God who liberates us from darkness, to enjoy himself. We find the Gospel According to Moses.

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Changed by Our Stricken God

Exodus 16

March 11, 2017

Our Liberating God

Exodus 13:17 - 15:21

February 25, 2017

Enjoying The Passover Lamb Until He Comes Again

Exodus 12:1-32

February 18, 2017

The Finger of God: Pointing

Exodus 10

February 11, 2017

The Finger of God: Pressing

Exodus 7-10

February 4, 2017

Trusting an Unexpected God

Exodus 4-7

January 28, 2017

God Comes Down to Raise His Name

Exodus 3

January 21, 2017

Crying out for Rescue

Exodus 2

January 14, 2017

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