What’s in your hand?

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy covers parts of Exodus and Moses’ plight to follow God’s instructions right away. He talks about how we may sometimes struggle to do the same thing.

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

 

 

 

Message: What’s in your hand?

Text: Exodus 4:1-9

I.  Moses’ Excuse Section.

A. Who am I? Exodus 3:10-12

B. Who are you? Exodus 3-14, 16

C. They won’t believe. Exodus 4:1-9

D. I’m not good at speaking. Exodus 4:10-12

II.  Lessons to learn.

A. Sin of Pride. Exodus 4:1

B. What’s available. Exodus 4:2

C. Need for obedience. Exodus 4:3-5

D. God is at work. Exodus 4:6-10

III. Two take away lessons.

A. Do I expect too little from God?

B. How willing am I to let God have me?

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