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"Covenant" Tagged Sermons

We Do Not Know What Has Become of Him – Exodus 25:1-11; 31:1-32:6

Audio link includes communion message Chapter 25 begins with God’s instructions for constructing a tabernacle as a place of fellowship with Him under the terms of the Old Covenant, which the people have promised to obey.  Pastor Kevin shows from both the Old and New Testament that the tabernacle and later, Solomon’s temple in Jerusalem, comprised both a copy of heavenly things…

Israel Enters into His Covenant – Exodus 24:1-18

In Exodus 24, Moses recites and records in writing all the laws of the preceding chapters, the people promise to obey, and the nation formally enters into the Mosaic Covenant with God through animal sacrifice.  “Moses took the blood, sprinkled it on the people, and said, ‘This is the blood of the covenant which the Lord has made with you according to all these words’” (Exodus 24:8). …

But Pharaoh Will Not Heed You – Exodus 6:9-7:13

Today, we see God again command Moses to confront Pharaoh while Moses again pleads his inadequacy to do so.  Moses asks God, “…and how shall Pharaoh heed me” (Exodus 6:30), and God replies, “But Pharaoh will not heed you” (Exodus 7:4).  Pastor Kevin points to the parallels in the life of the prophet Jeremiah, 800 years later.  In both cases, God assures his servants that He will give…

You Have Made Us Abhorrent In the Sight of Pharaoh – Exodus 5:3-6:8

As God had foretold, Pharaoh refuses Moses’ request to let the Israelites leave Egypt and instead makes life increasingly difficult for them.  The Israelites turn on Moses and Aaron saying, “Let the Lord look on you and judge, because you have made us abhorrent in the sight of Pharaoh and in the sight of his servants” (Exodus 5:21).    Similarly, God warns us that obeying Jesus’ command to preach His…

Let My People Go! Exodus 4:18-5:2

With God’s assurances and his father-in-law Jethro’s permission, Moses journeys back to Egypt, tells the Israelites that God is about to deliver them from slavery, and has his first encounter with Pharoah.  In the actions of Zipporah, Moses’ wife, and in Pharoah’s response to Moses in this passage, we recognize those who, throughout all time, have refused to obey God or identify with…