Paul Taylor - October 14, 2012

A People Freed: A Law for God's Presence

If the Exodus was the birth of God's people, then the giving of the law was their naming. The Law given to Moses gave the Israelites their primary identity. They were a set apart people, called to reflect the holiness of God's character. Watching God speak to His people at Mt Sinai and observing their response forces us to ask: what will our response be to how God has spoken to us?

Scripture References: Exodus 33:1-23, Exodus 20:1-26, Exodus 39:1-43, Exodus 26:1-37, Exodus 32:1-35, Exodus 19:1-25, Exodus 38:1-31, Exodus 25:1-40, Exodus 31:1-18, Exodus 18:1-27, Exodus 37:1-29, Exodus 24:1-18, Exodus 30:1-38, Exodus 36:1-38, Exodus 23:1-33, Exodus 29:1-46, Exodus 35:1-35, Exodus 22:1-31, Exodus 28:1-43, Exodus 34:1-35, Exodus 21:1-36, Exodus 40:1-38, Exodus 27:1-21

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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