Exodus Sermon Series
Our 12-Week Series
The book of Exodus, a word meaning “departure” or “going out,” was written by Moses (Ex. 24:4, 24:7, 34:27; Mark 7:10, 12:19; John 5:45-47; Rom. 10:5) around 1440-1400 BC. In God’s timing, the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt marked the end of a period of oppression for Abraham’s descendants (see Gen. 15:13) and the beginning of the fulfillment of the covenant promise of God to Abraham that his descendants would not only live in the Promised Land but also multiply and become a great nation (see Gen. 12:1-3, 7).
Over the 12 weeks of this series we will look at the first 15 chapters of Exodus, a section that begins with cries of slavery and ends with a song of deliverance whereby we learn much about God.
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- Mini introductions of each week are given in order to introduce the content of the sermon.
- A section is provided to take sermon notes and for Community Group Leaders to write their own questions while listening to the sermon.
- The Post Sunday Content is to guide you in your Community Group discussions.
- The Family Discussion questions are to help parents talk through these stories with their children. Feel free to go through the questions all at once, or periodically through the week.
- The Recommended Resources section provides some good options for those looking to continue studying this topic.
Week 12 // Exodus 15Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (23320KB)
Date: December 6, 2015
Text: Exodus 15
As we conclude our study of Exodus chapters 1 to 15 we consider the role of worship, specifically the role of singing, as a response to what God has done for us and in us through Jesus.
Week 11 // Exodus 13:17-14:31Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (24369KB)
Date: Nov 29, 2015
Text: Exodus 13:17-14:31
Few events in the Bible are more well known than the crossing of the Red Sea. But what makes it most extraordinary and wondrous is what it reveals about God's salvation. This message highlights three of them.
Week 10 // Exodus 12:33-13:16Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (27679KB)
Date: November 22, 2015
Text: Exodus 12:33-13:16
With the tenth and final plague of Passover complete what does God call His people to next? What does God want to ensure that His people give themselves to first? He calls them to remember. Remember who they were and what He had done. This message delves deep into the question, why? Why does God want us to remember and what does it birth in us, His children?
Week 9 // Exodus 11-12:32Speaker: Matt MenzelDownload MP3 (25305KB)
Date: November 15, 2015
Text: Exodus 11-12:32
As we wrap up the account of the ten plagues we come to the moment of Passover. How does this powerful act of God move us from slavery to worship? And how are we to live in light of it?
Week 8 // Exodus 8:20-10:29Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (27423KB)
Date: November 8, 2015
Text: Exodus 8:20-10:29
God, Himself, calls the plagues harsh. Who would argue? But He also commands us to share with generation after generation the harshness of them. Why? What do they display and show that's so all-important for us to see?
Week 7 // Exodus 7-8:19Speaker: Matt MenzelDownload MP3 (25004KB)
Date: November 1, 2015
Text: Exodus 7-8:19
As we come to chapter seven the story of the Exodus begins to focus on God's incredible display of power as He moves His people from slavery to worship through the plagues.
Week 6 // Exodus 6Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (24814KB)
Date: October 25, 2015
Text: Exodus 6
"In spite of God's promises what keeps us from believing and living in light of them? That's the main question that gets addressed coming out of Exodus 6.
Week 5 // Exodus 5Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (24708KB)
Date: October 18, 2015
Text: Exodus 5
What do you do when your faithful obedience to God is only met with resistance and disdain? How do you respond, where do you turn? Additionally, how do negative reactions to God and His Word serve God's ultimate purpose and plan? We address those dilemmas in this week's message.
Week 4 // Exodus 4:18-31Speaker: Matt MenzelDownload MP3 (24094KB)
Date: October 11, 2015
Text: Exodus 4:18-31
As we continue on in our series through the book of Exodus we will take some time to consider what means to be called by God when our lives (unlike Moses') seem to be completely ordinary.
Week 3 // Exodus 3:11-4:17Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (27058KB)
Date: October 4, 2015
Text Exodus 3:11-4:17
In last week's message we considered the call of God on Moses' life and how we too are called to go to a hurting and enslaved people. In this week's message we consider that not only are we called like Moses was but often times respond to God's call like Moses did too.
Week 2 // Exodus 3:1-10One of the great and wondrous teachings in the Bible is that God calls us but He doesn't only call us to salvation but to kingdom service. In this message we look at the call of God on Moses, a call that comes from a God who reveals Himself first.Download MP3 (25978KB)
Week 1 // Exodus 1-2Speaker: Norm FunkDownload MP3 (24206KB)
Date: Sept 20, 2015
Text: Exodus 1-2
As we kick off this series we begin by looking at what Exodus highlights about God and His intimate involvement in it.