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Chapter 1

Exodus

First Presbyterian Church September 17, 2000

Exodus 1:1-7 “Church Growth”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 1. Exodus is Moses’ sequel to the epic story of Genesis. When we studied Genesis we said that it provides us with the foundational doctrines of the faith. That is, without...

God Reigns

Now if you would please, take a copy of Holy Scripture and turn with me in it to the book of Exodus, chapter 19; Exodus chapter 19. If you are using one of our church Bibles you’ll find that on page 60. We are going back to our ongoing series studying the book of Exodus. We’ve come to a section that will occupy our attention for the next...

God Remembers

Sermon on Sep 14, 2014

Exodus 1:1-22

Now would you please take your copies of God’s Word in your hands and turn with me to the book of Exodus, chapter 1.  You’ll find that on page 44 in the church Bibles.  Before we read, a word of preface.  We’re beginning a new series in Exodus, a foundational book if we’re to understand the history of God’s dealings with His people.  It is of course more...

Exodus

Sermon on Sep 24, 2000

Exodus 1:8-14

Exodus: 1:8-14 A New King, Who Knew Not Joseph

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 1 as we continue in this great book together. As we said the last time, Exodus is Moses’ sequel to the epic story of Genesis. Exodus resumes Genesis account of God’s sovereignty and His good providence in the lives of the...

Exodus

Sermon on Oct 1, 2000

Exodus 1:15-22

The Midwives, Who Feared God Exodus 1:15-22

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 1 again. We’re going to concentrate on the final words of the chapter, beginning in verse 15. I couldn’t help but think as Derek was preaching on Job, chapter 2 on Wednesday night, that the same struggle of Job not knowing what God’s...

God Reigns

Sermon on Mar 20, 2016

Exodus 20:1-17

A tectonic shift has taken place in our culture when it comes to answering the identity question, “Who am I?” a vital question. For most of our history the way we answered that question had to do with a complex of issues - things like gender, culture, ethnicity, economics, education, employment, upbringing and religion. They all helped us locate ourselves in our world and understand who we are...

God Reigns

Sermon on Apr 24, 2016

Exodus 20:1-17

In a fascinating book entitled, Affluenza: How to be Successful and Stay Sane, Oliver James analyzes the dysfunctions of contemporary western culture that have been generated by the relentless acquisitiveness and greed that is so characteristic of our age. “Consumption,” he says, “holds out the false promise that an internal lack can be fixed by an external means. We medicate our misery through buying things.” And then he illustrates...

Chapter 2

Exodus

The Deliverer Delivered (By Women)! Exodus 2:1-10

If you have your Bibles, I’ve invite you to turn with me to Exodus 2. You will remember from our study of the last two or three weeks that Pharaoh, in his desire to bring the children of Israel under control, and to make sure that they do not become a threat to join with the anti-Egyptians as...

God Remembers

Sermon on Sep 21, 2014

Exodus 2:1-10

Now would you take your copies of the Scriptures in your hands please and turn with me to the book of Exodus, chapter 2?  Exodus chapter 2; if you’re using one of our church Bibles you’ll find it on page 45.  We’re going to be thinking about the first ten verses of chapter 2 together.  Before we read the Scriptures, let’s bow our heads as we pray.

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Exodus

A Failed Delivery Exodus 2:11-22

Today we come to Exodus, chapter 2, verse 11. Let’s hear God’s holy word:

"Now it came about in those days when Moses had grown up that he went out to his brethren and looked on their hard labors; and he saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, one of his brethren. And so he looked this way and...

God Remembers

Sermon on Sep 28, 2014

Exodus 2:11-25

Now if you would please take your copies of the Bible in your hands and turn to Exodus chapter 2, Exodus chapter 2, which you will find on page 45 of our church Bibles.  We’re going to read from the eleventh verse through the end of the chapter.  Before we do that let’s look to God together for His help.  Let us all pray.

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Exodus

God Remembered His Covenant Exodus 2:23-25

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 2, to the end of the chapter, beginning in verse 23. In Exodus, chapter 2, verses 23 through 25 we continue a story that we’ve been looking at for a number of weeks now. As we have looked at God’s dealings in the book...

Chapter 3

God Remembers

Do please turn with me in your copies of the Holy Scriptures to the book of Exodus, chapter 3, page 46 if you’re using one of our church Bibles.  Exodus chapter 3.  When you have your Scriptures open before you, would you bow your heads with me as we pray?  Let’s pray together.

Lord, You came and confronted Moses on the mountain long ago...

God Remembers

Sermon on Oct 5, 2014

Exodus 3:1-22

Now if you would please take your copies of God’s holy Word in your hands and turn with me to Exodus chapter 3.  Exodus chapter 3, which you will find on page 46 if you’re reading in one of our church Bibles.  Once you have the Scriptures open before you, would you join with me as we turn to God and ask for His help as we seek...

Exodus

Sermon on Nov 5, 2000

Exodus 3:1-12

The Burning Bush: Nec tamen Consumebatur Exodus 3:1-12

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 3, as we come to that incident of the burning bush. This is for the second consecutive week a pivotal passage pregnant with meaning in the Exodus story, a section that records the call of Moses into service as the deliverer of...

Worldviews Summer

Sermon on Aug 4, 2004

Exodus 3:10-15

Wednesday Evening

August 4, 2004

Exodus 3:10-15

“Christian World View” - Postmodernism (1)

The Reverend J. Ligon Duncan III

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter three. We’re going to be looking at Postmodernism, which in some ways is not even a worldview, but it is a pervasive influence on the thinking of the world in which you live. We’ll...

Exodus

Sermon on Nov 26, 2000

Exodus 3:13-22

I Am Who I Am Exodus 3:13-22

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 3. When last we were together, God had revealed Himself in this manifestation of the burning bush to Moses, and had announced to him His intentions to make him His spokesman to Pharaoh and His leader for Israel. Moses has already met the...

Chapter 4

God Remembers

Sermon on Oct 19, 2014

Exodus 4:1-17

Now if you would, please take your Bibles and turn to Exodus chapter 4.  Exodus 4, page 47 in the church Bibles.  Once you have them open before you let’s bow our heads as we pray.

May the words of my mouth and the meditations of all our hearts be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer, in Jesus’ name,...

Exodus

Signs and Wonders for Moses Exodus 4:1-9

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 4. Ever since we entered Exodus 3, we have been witnesses to an ongoing conversation between the Lord, the God of Israel, and Moses, His servant. This conversation began with Moses seeing the curious sight of a bush which was burning, but not...

Exodus

A Spokesman for Moses Exodus 4:10-17

I’d invite you to take your Bibles in hand and turn with me to Exodus 4. Now we’re continuing tonight in our story of Moses’ encounter with the living God at Sinai. As we studied Exodus 1, we saw God’s sovereignty being emphasized in His dealings with His people. When we studied Exodus 2, we saw Moses, the future...

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