By learning from Jesus's example, we all can experience first-hand the deep and abiding love of God for us as individuals.
If followed today, God's instructions could help oppressed people effectively create a rich new cultural legacy of victory and achievement for themselves, just as they did during Moses' time.
Be encouraged! Having to endure disagreeable things is not just a part of life; it is a step on the pathway to God’s ultimate victory.
This is how we know what love is: "Jesus Christ laid down His life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for brothers and sisters."
God is aware of our circumstances. He knows when we are in tight spots and in need of His intervention. These situations, which can be distressing to us, are perfect opportunities for God to do miraculous things on our behalf.
We should always pay special attention to those around us whose state of mind reflects a somber message: "…I am stumbling and about to fall, and my pain is constantly with me."
This compelling and insightful sermon goes into the challenges and internal struggles that Moses's mother faced as she tried to preserve the life of her son against a society bent on destroying him.
Give your life to Christ so that He can use you in ways that further His kingdom, regardless of how much time you feel you have "wasted" in your prior life experiences.
One thing we can always do is cry out to God. But after the tears, action is required.
In today's sermon, we take a look at both the legal and theological issues involved, which reminds us that, ultimately, God's judgment and justice will prevail.