Moses reaches one of his lowest points in today's passage and turns prayer. The Lord mercifully responds by reminding Moses of His promises and power.
Scott tells a story that occurred during D.L. Moody's ministry that illustrates the power of prayer for the conversion of others.
Mark shared at the BCM this morning about how all of us live with someone or something having the final word in our lives. Who is our final authority when it comes to truth? We looked at Jesus's final authority to find out what ours should be.
Six different scenes flash before our eyes in just these 14 verses. One of them is especially strange. We look at five practical lessons we can learn from this somewhat obscure series of events.
[Mark mentioned that he adapted his outline from this sermon by Kevin DeYoung.]
Jerry read all of James 1 and modeled for us how to turn a passage like this into a prayer of confession.
After spending time trying to better understand Paul's warnings about apostasy in 1 Corinthians 8-10, we then turn with genuine grief to a recent example of unexpected and shocking apostasy in the life of Josh Harris.
[For more on this shocking and sad story, you can listen to Al Mohler here.]
Jerry, Scott, Mark and Tyler walked through Paul's example of giving up his own rights in order to make the truth of the gospel shine more brightly before others. There are things we must do, things we must not do, and matters of Christian freedom. Are we bending our freedoms to serve others for their good or are we letting comfort and convenience master us?