A Journey of Deliverance: The Power of God Displayed Through Moses (Exodus 7:1-13)

In this sermon about Moses performing the miracle of the staff being transformed into a snake before Pharaoh, learn how the faith of Moses was a conduit of the power of God.

A Journey of Deliverance:
The Power of God Displayed Through Moses
Exodus 7:1-13

I.   Through Moses we see God’s power in the authority to speak our faith
II.  Through Moses we see God’s power in the witness of our faith
III. Through Moses we see God’s power in the capability of our faith
IV. Through Moses we see God’s power in the effectiveness of our faith

A Journey of Deliverance: The People God Uses--Part 3 (Exodus 6:10-30)

The genealogy of Moses and Aaron shows us that God can use people regardless of their history or background. In this continuation of "The People God Uses," see how God cares more about our obedience than our gifts.

A Journey of Deliverance:
The People God Uses (3)
Exodus 6:10-30

I.  The characteristics of the people God uses
    A. God uses persistent people
    B. God uses passive people
    C. God uses broken people with a checkered past
    D. God uses passionate people

Resurrection Sunday: Resurrection Power (Romans 10:9-13)

In our special Resurrection Sunday sermon, Pastor Brice used Romans 10:9-13 to show how the resurrection power of Jesus produces true confession, true faith, and Gospel transformation.

Resurrection Sunday:
Resurrection Power
Romans 10:9-13

I. Confession of Lordship and faith in Jesus are results of the power from His resurrection
   A. Without resurrecting power there can be no true confession
   B. Without resurrecting power there can be no true faith
   C. Without resurrecting power there is a misunderstanding of the reach of the gospel

A Journey of Deliverance: God is Faithful to His Promises (Exodus 5:22-6:9)

When Moses questioned God's timing, God reminded him of his faithfulness to fulfill his promises. In this sermon, learn how we can shift our view from finite understanding to the infinite God.

A Journey of Deliverance:
God is Faithful to His Promises
Exodus 5:22-6:9

I. God is faithful to his promises
   A. Sometimes the plans of God produce confusing results
        1. Moses thought his current situation proved his point
        2. Moses' immediate view of God’s plan lacked patience and discernment
        3. Moses shows us that God’s plan can yield undesired results
   B. God is in control
   C. God remembers his covenant

A Journey of Deliverance: Who is the Lord? (Exodus 5:1-22)

When Moses confronted Pharaoh with the Lord's command to "Let my people go," Pharaoh asks "Who is the LORD?" In this sermon from Exodus 5, Pastor Brice compares the hardened heart of the unbeliever with the steady growth of the believer.

A Journey of Deliverance:
Who is the Lord?
Exodus 5:1-22

I.   The unbelief of Pharaoh
     A. The unbeliever is ignorant of the LORD’s character
     B. The unbeliever is rebellious to the LORD’s commands
     C. The unbeliever is spiteful to the LORD’s people

II.  The growing belief of Moses
     A. The believer is steadily growing in knowledge of the LORD’s character
     B. The believer is steadily growing in submission to the LORD’s commands
     C. The believer is steadily growing in love toward the LORD’s people

A Journey of Deliverance: Moses Begins His Journey to Egypt (Exodus 4:18-31)

In one of the strangest parts of Exodus, Zipporah appeases God's anger against Moses through the circumcision of their son, showing the necessity of a substitute sacrifice for salvation. Learn about this and more in this sermon from Exodus 4.

A Journey of Deliverance:
Moses Begins His Journey to Egypt
Exodus 4:18-31

I.    God’s call is methodical
II.   God’s call is permanent
III.  God’s call is selective
IV.  God’s call is for full obedience
V.   God’s call is full of sure promises

A Journey of Deliverance: The Person God Uses (Exodus 4:10-17)

We must resist the lie that we have to be exceptional to be used by God. In this sermon, learn about Moses's excuses that had to be overcome for him to be used by God and how God responds to those excuses.

A Journey of Deliverance:
The Person God Uses
Exodus 4:10-17

I.   I can’t serve you
    A. I made you
    B. You are just the messenger
    C. I will get the result
II. I won’t serve you

A Journey of Deliverance: Why the Plan of God Matters (Exodus 3:16-4:9)

Moses was not left to fend for himself to free his people...God equipped him with faithful partners, a powerful message, a steadfast purpose, and divine power. In this sermon, learn how God equips us to work out his plan.

A Journey of Deliverance:
Why the Plan of God Matters
Exodus 3:16-4:9

I.  How does God work his plans and purposes in the lives of his beloved? 
    A. He equips us with partners
    B. He equips us with a message
    C. He equips us with purpose
    D. He equips us with power

A Journey of Deliverance: Why God’s Presence Matters (Exodus 3:13-15)

When Moses asked God who was sending him, God replied “I AM WHO I AM." In this sermon, learn why the constant presence of this holy, mysterious, unchanging God is the believer's greatest hope.

A Journey of Deliverance:
Why God’s Presence Matters
Exodus 3:13-15

I.  God’s presence matters for those walking by faith, because he is the great I Am
    A. He is singular and holy
    B. He is mysterious
    C. He is immutable
    D. He is self-existent and He is self-sufficient
    E. He is personally invested

A Journey of Deliverance: Who Am I? (Exodus 3:1-12)

At the burning bush, Moses is met with the light of his future but struggles to get over the darkness of his past. In this sermon, learn why we, like Moses, must shift our focus from who we are to who God is.

A Journey of Deliverance:
Who Am I?
Exodus 3:1-12

I.  Who am I?
    A. We do not have the luxury of an eternal perspective
    B. We do not have the luxury of being all-knowing
    C. We do not have the luxury to limitlessly enforce our will
II. Who I am!
    A. God is eternal
    B. God is self-sufficient
    C. God is powerfully works out his will

A Journey of Deliverance: God Who Sees, Hears, Remembers, and Knows (Exodus 2:11-25)

In this sermon about impulsive young Moses, learn how God fights against injustice on behalf of the oppressed, and how he calls us to do the same.

A Journey of Deliverance:
God Who Sees, Hears, Remembers, and Knows
Exodus 2:11-25

I.  God uses his people to fight injustice
    A. We are to put down our privileges to empathize with those who have less
    B. We are to intercede on behalf of the oppressed
    C. We must do these things God’s way
II. God fights for his people when they are treated unjustly
 

A Journey of Deliverance: The People God Uses (Exodus 2:1-10)

A Journey of Deliverance:
The People God Uses
Exodus 2:1-10

I.  God uses parents who raise their children by faith
    A. Have faith that the bible is the inerrant, infallible and sufficient source to know God
    B. Use the Bible to establish a christian worldview
    C. Emulate spiritual disciplines
    D. Emulate the fruits of the spirit
    E. Lead with humility
    F. Lead knowing the will of the Lord is being done
    G. Consistently prioritize these for the Glory of Christ until you die or he returns
II. God uses the young person who lives by faith
III. God uses both the saved and the lost to accomplish his will
 

Living in the Light of the Incarnation (Matthew 2:1–12)

Living in the Light of the Incarnation
Matthew 2:1–12

I. The Wise Men dwelled on God's revelation of Christ
Resolution: Make a specific plan to read and treasure the Bible more. 

II. The Wise Men spent their resources for Christ
Resolution: Become more cheerful and sacrificial givers of money, time, and resources. 

III. The Wise Men were changed by their encounter with Christ
Resolution: Walk in continual repentance and learn to treasure Christ above all. 

Songs of Great Joy: The Song of the Angels (Luke 2:1-14)

Songs of Great Joy:
The Song of the Angels: Gloria in Excelsis Deo
Luke 2:1-14

I. A historic event

II. An incomparable Savior
    A. The angels brought good news
         1. A Savior is born
         2. He is Christ the Lord

III. A perfect outcome
     A. Glory to God in the highest
     B. Peace on earth

Songs of Great Joy: The Song of Zechariah (Luke 1:59-80)

Songs of Great Joy:
The Song of Zechariah
Luke 1:59-80

I. God shows his glory to us through Jesus (vs. 68-73)
In Jesus, God has:
   A. Visited us
   B. Redeemed us
   C. Raised up a horn of salvation
   D. Fulfilled prophecy
   E. Saved us from our greatest enemies
   F. Shown mercy
   G. Remembered his covenant

II.  Because of Jesus, we are free to serve God without fear in holiness and righteousness (vs. 74-75)

III. Like John, we go forth as ambassadors preparing the way for our King’s return (vs. 76-79) 
   A. We give the knowledge of salvation (because of God’s tender mercy)
   B. We give light (to guide feet into the way of peace)

Peter is Restored and Made a Model for Church Leadership (John 21:15-25)

Peter is Restored and Made a Model for Church Leadership
John 21:15-25

I.  Peter is restored without shame
    A. Pride came before Peter’s destruction
    B. Love for God was not Peter’s problem
    C. Humility was the catalyst to his restoration

II. Peter is set as a standard bearer for church leadership
    A. There is God-established authority in the local church
    B. There is a pattern of teaching that follows