Introduction: One premise of a Creator God is that He is all knowing. Everything from the beginning to the end is known to Him immediately and intuitively. He doesn’t have to make deductions or conclusions. Rather, He simply knows.
And this doesn’t just mean mechanical things like 1 plus 1, or how birds are able to fly.… Read the rest
Introduction: Every time I type up another sermon, I think “there’s a lot of difficult stuff here for people to listen to.” And then, almost immediately, I also think, “Thank You Lord for the people who come to hear these sermons. I am so grateful for people who are willing to sit through difficulty in order to know You more.”… Read the rest
Introduction: In our sixth of the seven verses today, there is a special emphasis placed on the deeds of Aaron and Moses. God placed this there for a reason. He loves obedience to His word and He cherishes those who are so obedient. Throughout His word, there are records of people which center on exactly that premise.… Read the rest
Introduction: Genealogies and records of ancestry can be important for a multitude of reasons. An example which I chew on probably more often than I should is listening to people whine about the past and how they have a right to reparations for one supposed offense or another.… Read the rest
Introduction: Before we start looking at the verses today, I want to share with you a chiasm that I found while preparing this sermon. It comprises all of Exodus 6:1-11. If it seems like there is repetition in the verses we’re looking at, it’s because there is.… Read the rest