Paul Taylor - October 7, 2012

A People Freed: A Leader for Freedom

The Exodus is the founding event of God's people. As we have already seen God doing, he selects a man to lead his people toward freedom. The freedom God offers the Israelites reveals a pattern that will continue to take place: God frees his people; He gives them a new way to live; They have to wait for the completion of his promises.

Scripture References: Exodus 13:1-22, Exodus 6:1-30, Exodus 12:1-51, Exodus 5:1-23, Exodus 11:1-10, Exodus 17:1-16, Exodus 4:1-31, Exodus 10:1-29, Exodus 16:1-36, Exodus 3:1-22, Exodus 9:1-35, Exodus 15:1-27, Exodus 2:1-25, Exodus 8:1-32, Exodus 14:1-31, Exodus 1:1-22, Exodus 7:1-25

From Series: "EPIC: The Astonishing Story of God & the World"

EPIC is a nine-month series exploring the Bible through a chronological journey. Each sermon tells the individual story that together make up the grand story of the Bible.

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