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Sermons on Pentateuch

“God Provides for His People” (Exodus 15:22-18:27)

An Expositional Sermon“God Provides for His People” Big Idea: God graciously shows His sinful people that He is their only hope.Application: Pray that God would use our trials to teach us that we need Him. (1) God Provides Healing (Exodus 15:22-26)(2) God Provides Bread (Exodus 15:27-16:36)(3) God Provides Water (Exodus 17:1-7)(4) God Provides Protection (Exodus…

“Remembering Our Rescue” Exodus 12:1-13:16

An Expositional SermonExodus 12:1-13:16“Remembering Our Rescue” Big Idea: Through the institution of the Passover meal, God’s people were called to remember their salvation primarily from physical slavery in Egypt.Application: While we continue to remember their physical salvation, we should also remember, namely through the institution of the Lord’s Supper, Christ’s atoning work and salvation from…

“Insubordinate Worship” Numbers 16:1-50

An Expositional Sermon Numbers 16:1-50 “Insubordinate Worship” Theme/Big Idea: Those who destroy God’s mediator and order of their worship will in turn be destroyed by God. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Jesus Christ is a greater mediator than Aaron or Moses to save a proud and rebellious people. There is no other acceptable worship of God than through repentance and faith…

“Creation & Promise” Genesis 1:1-50:26 (Overview)

Theme: God created all things, man fell in sin, God made a promise of a savior, and God keeps His promises. Aim: That as we see how this book is pointing at Jesus Christ our hearts would grow to love Christ more, and that we would grow in our understanding of why things are the way they are in this world.
(1) Creation (Genesis 1-2)
(2) Fall (Genesis 2-3)
(3) Redemption (Genesis 3:14-15)
(4) God’s Promise to Abram, Isaac & Jacob (Genesis 12-36)
(5) Israel to Egypt (Genesis 37-50)

“God’s People Go to Egypt” Genesis 42:1-50:26

Theme: The book of beginnings comes to an end, but God’s promise remains forever.
Aim: Know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose. Remind yourself of this promise when trials come.
(1) Spiritual Famine (Genesis 42:1-29)
(2) Testing & Reconciliation (Genesis 43:1-45:28)
(3) God Does Not Forget His Promise (Genesis 46:1-47:31)
(4) Looking for God’s Promises (Genesis 48:1-49:33)
(5) Forgiveness & All Things for Good (Genesis 50:1-26)

“God Preserves His People” Genesis 37:1-41:57

Theme: God preserves His weak and sinful people.
Aim: Trust that God is at work for your good and His glory.
(1) Lord of the Dreams (Genesis 37:1-36)
(2) Embracing Sin & Fleeing Sin (Genesis 38:1-39:23)
(3) God Preserves His People (Genesis 40:1-41:57)

“The Beginning of Israel” Genesis 32:1-36:43

Theme: God fulfills his promise to graciously create and preserve His people contrary to what they deserve.
Aim: Be reconciled to God through the Messiah-offspring of Israel, Jesus Christ.
(1) Can men strive with God? (Genesis 32:1-32)
(2) Is reconciliation possible? (Genesis 33:1-20)
(3) Is there any justice? (Genesis 34:1-31)
(4) The beginning of Israel (Genesis 35:1-36:43)

“God’s Promise Extends to Jacob” Genesis 25:19-31:55

Theme: God will keep His promises and He will hold His people fast.
Aim: Build your hopes in the promises of God, and have the Lord as your fear.
(1) God Elects (Genesis 25:19-34; Malachi 1:2-3; Romans 9:13)
a. Pray God’s promises (Genesis 25:21; 32:9-12)
(2) God Is His People’s Fear (Genesis 26:1-35)
(3) God Fulfills His Promise Through and To Sinners (Genesis 27:1-28:22)
(4) God Gives Jacob a Family (Genesis 29:1-31:55)

“God’s Promise Extends to Isaac” Genesis 21:1-25:18

Theme: Though God’s covenant people struggle with unbelief as they wait, God keeps His promises.
Aim: “Wait for the LORD; be strong, and let your heart take courage; wait for the LORD!” (Psalm 27:14)
(1) Faith & Unbelief in God (Genesis 21:1-33)
(2) Faith that God Can Raise the Dead (Genesis 22:1-23)
(3) Faith that God Will Fulfill His Promises (Genesis 23:1-25:18