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   The Ten Commandments
   Exodus 20:1-17; Galatians 3:19-24
Wednesday Evening Service,  August 6, 2014
 
Speaking for the entire body of Christ, the Apostle Paul said, But we know that the Law is good (I Timothy 1:7, 8). Jesus said, Think not that I am come to destroy the law...but to fulfill it (Matthew 5:17, 18). Jesus took the Ten Commandments and summed them up in two commandments. Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: Love your neighbor as yourself (Mark 12:30, 31). It is by the Law that we recognized we were sinners in need of a Savior Galatians 3:24; Romans 7:7). Obeying the Law does not save us, but it does reveal our faithfulness to God and our ability to keep it in Christ. It is also a great tool for sharing the Gospel with the unsaved.

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   New Covenant Giving - Part 2b: Old and New Covenant Giving
   Acts 2:45; Exodus 35; 2 Corinthians 8:7-9; Various Texts
Sunday Morning Service,  June 1, 2014
 
“God loves a cheerful giver,” Paul tells us (2 Cor 9:7). But various opinions about when we should give, how much we should give, and to whom we should give threaten to make us “confused” givers. In Part 2 of this brief series we will examine the Old and New Testament texts on giving to discover what the Bible says our giving should look like as New Covenant People of God.

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   Exodus: A Book about Redemption - Part 3
   Exodus 19-40
Sunday Evening Service,  July 22, 2007
Having successfully redeemed Israel from Egypt and having brought them safely through the wilderness, God enters into a covenant with the people at the base of Mt. Sinai. It is there that they learn the fruits of their redemption: obedience to and worship of God.

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   Exodus: The Security of Redemption - Part 2
   Exodus 13-17
Sunday Afternoon Service,  July 8, 2007
How do you face the trials of life? Nothing illustrates trial like Israel's journey from Egypt to Mt. Sinai. Yet through each trial, God demonstrated His absolute sufficiency for every need. In this sermon, Richard Winston examines four specific trials that Israel encountered and explains how the God that met their needs then is the same God who sustains us in trials today!

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   Exodus: A Book about Redemption - Part 1
   Exodus 1-12
Sunday Evening Service,  July 1, 2007
The book of Exodus is one of the best-known and well-loved books in the entire Bible. The stories of Moses, the ten plagues, the children of Israel passing through the Red Sea, and the Golden Calf are taught to young people from the earliest years. But there is more to these stories than just exciting narrative! Rather, the Exodus event and its attendant circumstances teach us great and glorious truths about the doctrine of redemption. In this first sermon, Richard Winston explores our need of redemption and God's provision of redemption.

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   The God of Glory
   Exodus 33:17 - 34:9
Sunday Morning Service,  June 3, 2007
Since the deliverance of His people from Egypt, to His guiding them in the wilderness, to their gathering at Sinai, God had revealed to them His glory. This manifestation of God's glory, recently suspended because of sin, is what Moses craves in this text. His plea, "Show me Your glory," as well as the appearance of God's glory in Exodus, leaves us with several burning questions.

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   The God Who Can Be Known
   Exodus 33:7-13
Sunday Morning Service,  May 27, 2007
During the interim days prior to the Tabernacle, Moses erected a temporary "tabernacle of meeting," where he would go regularly in the sight of all of the people to commune with God. When Moses entered this tent, the glory cloud would descend to the door, reminding the people that their God was willing to make Himself known to them. There are several features about God in this text and in the larger book of Exodus itself that demonstrate His knowability.

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   The God Who Restores
   Exodus 33 - 34
Sunday Morning Service,  May 20, 2007
Exodus 33 opens upon a broken and contrite people who have experienced the chastisement of God for their sin. The close relationship with God they had anticipated in the covenant was now seriously threatened. But God, in grace and compassion, extends to them forgiveness, restoring them to fellowship. As restored people, they experience at least three magnificent blessings that God's people enjoy when they are brought back into fellowship with Him.

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   The God Who Punishes - Part 2
   Exodus 32:15-35
Sunday Morning Service,  April 29, 2007
In the sad aftermath of Israel's sin with the golden calf, God chastens His people with death and plague. It is the first instance in the Scriptures where God punishes His people, declaring that He will visit their sin upon them. This occasion allows us to make several observations about the punishment of God.

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   The God Who Punishes - Part 1
   Exodus 32:15-35
Sunday Morning Service,  April 22, 2007
In the sad aftermath of Israel's sin with the golden calf, God chastens His people with death and plague. It is the first instance in the Scriptures where God punishes His people, declaring that He will visit their sin upon them. This occasion allows us to make several observations about the punishment of God.

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   A Jealous God
   Exodus 20:4-6; 34:10-17
Sunday Morning Service,  April 15, 2007
In these texts, God discloses the truth that He is a jealous God. In other words, He has great zeal for the exclusive relationship He shares with His people. Far from human jealousy, which can be sourced in pettiness, fear, or envy, God's jealousy is motivated by His genuine love and is expressed at least three ways.

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   Fulfilling God's Law
   Exodus 20
Sunday Evening Service,  April 1, 2007
 
What role do the Ten Commandments play in our lives? In this message, Richard Winston explores the requirements and prohibitions of the Ten Commandments and their implications for Christian virtues.

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   The Repentance of God - Part 2
   Exodus 32 - 33
Sunday Morning Service,  March 25, 2007
Despite their heinous sin of the golden calf, God repented of the terrible judgment He intended for Israel and let them live. The repentance of God is an enigmatic yet wonderful aspect of God's Personality that we will probe by making three observations.

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   The Repentance of God - Part 1
   Exodus 32 - 33
Sunday Morning Service,  March 18, 2007
Despite their heinous sin of the golden calf, God repented of the terrible judgment He intended for Israel and let them live. The repentance of God is an enigmatic yet wonderful aspect of God's Personality that we will probe by making three observations.

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   The God Who Dwells Among Us
   Exodus 25 - 32
Sunday Morning Service,  March 11, 2007
God gave Moses plans for building the Tabernacle so that there would be an appropriate place where He could dwell among His people. God's expressed intention to actually live with His people was a new and wonderful declaration that goes to the heart of what God is doing in salvation history. We can appreciate the magnitude of God's desire to dwell among us when we see that God's desire to dwell among His people is retrospective, introspective, and prospective.

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   The God Who Remembers
   Exodus 2, 6, 32
Sunday Morning Service,  February 18, 2007
When it comes to the covenants God establishes with His people, the word "remember" is full of special significance. God's "remembering" His covenant does not mean He suddenly recalls it to mind; it means that He honors the covenant or pays attention to it. God's willingness to "remember" His covenant highlights three splendid aspects of God's character.

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   The God of the Covenant
   Exodus 19, 24
Sunday Morning Service,  February 11, 2007
God's main purpose in meeting with His people at Sinai was to enter into a covenant with them. By examining four central aspects of this special covenant, we may discern several lessons about our God which He discloses to His people as the God of the covenant.

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   God the Holy One - Part 3
   Exodus 19 - 20
Sunday Morning Service,  January 28, 2007
As God gathers His people to enter into a covenant with them, He reveals to them one of His most fearful attributes: He is holy. There are three features about this amazing encounter at Sinai which highlight God's holiness and its implication for our lives today.

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   God the Holy One - Part 2
   Exodus 19 - 20
Sunday Morning Service,  January 21, 2007
As God gathers His people to enter into a covenant with them, He reveals to them one of His most fearful attributes: He is holy. There are three features about this amazing encounter at Sinai which highlight God's holiness and its implication for our lives today.

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   God the Holy One - Part 1
   Exodus 19 - 20
Sunday Morning Service,  January 14, 2007
As God gathers His people to enter into a covenant with them, He reveals to them one of His most fearful attributes: He is holy. There are three features about this amazing encounter at Sinai which highlight God's holiness and its implication for our lives today.

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   The God Who Chooses - Part 2
   Exodus 19:1-6
Sunday Morning Service,  November 19, 2006
In this chapter, the children of Israel finally reach the foot of Mt. Sinai where they will enter into a special covenant with their God. But first, the LORD reminds them that they were specially chosen by Him to be His people. This unique relationship they share with the LORD as His "chosen ones" (1 Chron 16:13) is marked by several important qualities.

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   Spiritual Battles
   Exodus 17:8-16
Sunday Afternoon Service,  November 12, 2006
 


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   The God Who Chooses - Part 1
   Exodus 19:1-6
Sunday Morning Service,  November 12, 2006
In this chapter, the children of Israel finally reach the foot of Mt. Sinai where they will enter into a special covenant with their God. But first, the LORD reminds them that they were specially chosen by Him to be His people. This unique relationship they share with the LORD as His "chosen ones" (1 Chron 16:13) is marked by several important qualities.

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   The God of Life
   Exodus 16
Sunday Morning Service,  November 5, 2006
By providing His people with their physical sustenance, God reveals that He is the source of life. Moreover, the manna in the wilderness prefigures the Bread of Life, the Lord Jesus Christ, who came to bring life to the world.

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   God Is Our Banner
   Exodus 17:8-16
Sunday Morning Service,  October 29, 2006
In war, a banner was displayed in a visible location as a rallying point for the soldiers. After the Israelite's first encounter with open warfare, Moses realized that the LORD Himself was their Banner. God was their Rallying Point in at least three glorious ways.

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   The God of Grace
   Exodus 16:1 - 17:7
Sunday Morning Service,  October 22, 2006
Whenever God led the Israelites to a place of great need, it was an opportunity to demonstrate His grace. Through these texts, we can understand why the LORD certainly is the God of grace. God demonstrates His grace in three ways.

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   The God Who Heals
   Exodus 15:22-27
Sunday Morning Service,  October 8, 2006
At the waters of Marah, the LORD reveals Himself to His people as their Divine Healer. We can unpack the significance of this great declaration of God by probing three essential lessons found in this text that encourage us to know our God who heals.

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   The God Who Redeems
   Exodus 6:6-8; 13:2, 11-16
Sunday Morning Service,  October 1, 2006
In delivering Israel from Egypt, God discloses Himself as the Redeemer of His people. God perpetuates His great redemption by means of a continual commemoration woven into the fabric of Israel's society, pointing ultimately to the "redemption that is in Christ Jesus" (Rom 3:24).

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   God Is a Warrior
   Exodus 13:17 - 15:21
Sunday Morning Service,  September 24, 2006
When Pharaoh pursued the Israelites into the wilderness to destroy them forever, the LORD revealed Himself as the Champion of His people, a Divine Warrior to deliver them. In this narrative where God fights for His people, we learn several important lessons about our God as a Man of War.

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   Experiencing the Power of God
   Exodus 19:1-6
Sunday Morning Service,  September 17, 2006
The Israelites knew the power of God because they had experienced it first hand. But what about us? Can we also know the power of God today? Yes, we also experience the power of God first hand, a fact we recognize when we understand three arenas in which His power is displayed.

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   The God of Power - Part 4
   Exodus 7 - 12
Sunday Morning Service,  September 10, 2006
As we take a final look in our series at the 10 plagues on Egypt, let us recognize that God did not display His power for its own sake. All of the signs and judgments had an ultimate end that we can appreciate when we examine God's power under three headings.

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   The God of Mercy
   Exodus 12
Sunday Morning Service,  September 3, 2006
Through the establishment of the Passover, God demonstrates His mercy to the Israelites by providing a way for them to escape the tenth judgment, the death of the firstborn. The Passover is perhaps the most remarkable event that prefigures the coming of Christ-the ultimate revelation of God's mercy-and intersects with the cross work of Christ at several points.

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   The God of Power - Part 3
   Exodus 7 - 12
Sunday Morning Service,  August 27, 2006
God brought great judgments upon the land of Egypt so that the Egyptians and the Israelites would know His absolute power: His power over men, His power over the natural world, and His power over the unseen world. Through this display of God's power, God proves that He is the LORD, that there is no one else like Him, and that He sovereignly rules over all that He has created.

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   The God of Power - Part 2
   Exodus 7 - 12
Sunday Morning Service,  August 20, 2006
God brought great judgments upon the land of Egypt so that the Egyptians and the Israelites would know His absolute power: His power over men, His power over the natural world, and His power over the unseen world. Through this display of God's power, God proves that He is the LORD, that there is no one else like Him, and that He sovereignly rules over all that He has created.

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   The God of Power - Part 1
   Exodus 6:1-8
Sunday Morning Service,  August 13, 2006
When God speaks to Moses in this text, Moses is at his lowest ebb, defeated, scorned, angry, and utterly helpless. However, it is from this depth that Moses will witness the incredible power of God. It is here that we begin to see the power of God revealed through the Exodus. Here, we can discern three encouraging qualities of God's sheer power:

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   The Anger of God
   Exodus 4:10-17; 32:7-10
Sunday Morning Service,  July 30, 2006
The anger of God, which Moses unwittingly provokes at the burning bush, becomes a recurring feature of God's relationship with His people, Israel. Unlike most human anger, however, God's anger is the righteous response toward sin, teaching us what is important to Him. It is wise for us to ask the question, "What makes God angry?" There are two categories of sinful behavior which seem to move the LORD especially to anger.

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   The God Who Hardens
   Exodus 4:21-23
Sunday Morning Service,  July 23, 2006
That God hardens Pharaoh's heart is perplexing. Why, we ask, would God cause Pharaoh to stubbornly resist His own command? However, this enigmatic insight into God's personality illumines at least three aspects of God that comfort the believer.

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   God Who Is Here - Part 2
   Exodus 3:1 - 4:17
Sunday Morning Service,  July 9, 2006
Lack of confidence was not an excuse when God called Moses to follow Him. God promised Moses His abiding presence, which is enough to overcome any inadequacy on the part of His servants. Moses' excuses remind us of our own lack of faith; and God's reply encourages us to rest completely in Him.

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   God Who Is Here - Part 1
   Exodus 3:1 - 4:17
Sunday Morning Service,  June 25, 2006
Every time Moses tries to excuse himself from God's call, God's answer is the same: "I will be with you." There are several wonderful ways by which the Lord reveals His divine presence in this text. This morning, we will focus only on one: "the angel of the LORD." His appearance to Moses and the nation of Israel instructs us concerning the continual presence of God. Why the angel of the LORD?

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   The Quiet Control of God
   Exodus 1 - 2
Sunday Morning Service,  June 18, 2006
Although, in most of Exodus, God is actively disclosing Himself to the nations and to His people, the first two chapters cover hundreds of years in which God is relatively silent. During this time of seeming inattention, however, God continues to govern the affairs of His world, teaching us several invaluable lessons about His divine providence.

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   The Self-Disclosure of God: Introducing Exodus
   Exodus
Sunday Morning Service,  June 11, 2006
The Lord God of heaven, who had made Himself known to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, also revealed Himself to Jacob's descendants when He brought them out of Egypt. The Exodus is the account of God's amazing self-disclosure to His people and to the world concerning His presence and His attributes.

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