In the pages of the Old Testament and, particularly, in the book of Exodus, Moses appears as a towering and influential figure. Having been called by God to be the “point man” in the deliverance of His people out of Egypt, Moses ultimately led them to the brink of the Promised Land. This study of the life of Moses in Exodus 1-4 highlights God’s providential superintendence of his circumstances, his initial reluctance to accept God’s assignment, and God’s assurances of enablement in his role as a deliverer. Essentially, these chapters serve as a reminder to us that God’s promises of enablement are greater than our perceived excuses for not submitting to His plans. Join us for this insightful and encouraging study.
• Sept. 10 | New King, Same God (Exod. 1:8-12)
• Sept. 17 | Not a Chance (Exod. 2:1-10)
• Sept. 24 | By Appointment Only (Exod. 2:11-25)
• Oct. 1 | Holy Etiquette (Exod. 3:1-6)
• Oct. 8 | Knowing God’s Name (Exod. 3:13-15)
• Oct. 15 | Good on His Word (Exod. 3:16-22)
• Oct. 22 | What If…? (Exod. 4:1-12)
• Oct. 29 | Going with God’s Flow (Exod. 4:19-22)
• Nov. 5 | Reclaiming the Wonder of Worship (Exod. 4:27-31)
Dr. McKellar serves as Associate Professor of Preaching and Chair of the Preaching Department at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also a member of our church and teacher of the SonBurst Sunday School Class.