The Golden Calf Worship

The Golden Calf Worship

Oct 2019 - Oct 2020
Sermons in this series
Wed, Oct 21, 2020
Duration: 37 mins 15 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” in the Church is prevailing through the Acts 27 storm while embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” In this message, we return to the “Exodus Generation” with the birth of Moses,’ his divine protection and preparation as the great deliverer of Israel. Moses in the Midian Desert becomes content “seeing Him who is invisible” and in taking Zipporah “a sparrow” to wife. We examined the “reproach of Christ” as outside of “Judaism in Heb 13:10-14. However, Christ’s greater reproach was visiting the Gentiles through the ministry of the Apostle Paul.
Wed, Oct 14, 2020
Duration: 39 mins 44 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” in the Church is prevailing through the Acts 27 storm while embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” In this message, we continue examining the “Exodus Generation” with the birth of Moses’ birth and his divine protection and preparation to become the great deliverer of Israel. Moses now in the Midian Desert becomes content in “seeing Him who is invisible” and in taking Zipporah “a sparrow” to wife. We also examined the “reproach of Christ” as the "greater riches," according to Heb 11:26 & Heb 13:10-14.
Wed, Oct 07, 2020
Passage: Hebrews 11:27
Duration: 38 mins 32 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” in the Church is prevailing with the Lord through the Acts 27 storm while embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” In this message, we are examining the “Exodus Generation” with the birth of Moses, receiving divine protection and preparation in becoming the great deliverer of Israel. Moses, having fled into the Midian Desert finds consolation in “seeing Him who is invisible” (Heb11:27) and in taking Zipporah “a sparrow” to wife who was the daughter of Jethro. We will examine the “reproach of Christ” in Heb 11:26.
Wed, Sep 30, 2020
Duration: 37 mins 58 secs
We are gradually resuming study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” in the Church is prevailing with the Lord through the Acts 27 storm while embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” In this message we continue tracing the “deep roots” of the “Exodus Generation” back to Abraham and Moses receiving divine protection and preparation in becoming the great deliverer of Israel. Moses having fled into the Midian Desert furnishes “deep insight” into our Lord’s greater condescension, rejection and reproach in visiting the Gentiles.
Wed, Sep 23, 2020
Duration: 40 mins 6 secs
We are gradually resuming study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” in the Church is prevailing with the Lord through the Acts 27 storm and Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” In this message we continue to trace the “deep roots” of the “Exodus Generation” back to Abraham and Moses, who was divinely prepared to become the great deliverer of Israel. Moses furnishes insight into the greater preparation of the “greater deliverer,” the Lord Jesus Christ and the “greater Exodus” of the Last Days.
Wed, Sep 16, 2020
Duration: 36 mins 10 secs
We are gradually resuming study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” in the Church continues to prevail with the Lord, as to Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” In this message we reiterated the “Third Redemptive Day of Christ” that is now breaking before us and our dire need to step with the Lord, even in the midst of the Acts 27 storm. We plan to resume our study from the Book of Exodus next week.
Wed, Sep 09, 2020
Duration: 38 mins 8 secs
We are gradually resuming study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” in the Church has prevailed with the Lord, as to Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” In this message we continue to trace the “deep roots” of the “Exodus Generation” as an ensample to all generations. They were rooted back to Abraham and then to Moses who was divinely prepared to become the great deliverer of Israel. Moses furnishes insight into the far “greater deliverer,” the Lord Jesus Christ and the “greater Exodus.”
Wed, Sep 02, 2020
Duration: 39 mins 38 secs
We are gradually resuming study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” has prevailed with the Lord in the vision of the “open heavens,” as the Day of Christ, according to Ezekiel 1:1. In this message we traced the “deep roots” of the “Exodus Generation” to the Covenant with Abraham citing again their becoming an ensample to all the generations of Israel and now to the Church, according to 1 Corinthians 10. In this message we began to examine Moses, as the great deliverer, as a type and shadow of the “greater deliverer,” the Lord Jesus Christ.
Wed, Aug 26, 2020
Duration: 38 mins 57 secs
We are gradually resuming study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” has prevailed with the Lord in the vision of the “open heavens,” as the Day of Christ, according to Ezekiel 1:1. In this message we traced the “deep roots” of the “Exodus Generation” to the Covenant with Abraham and their becoming an ensample to all the following generations of Israel. They also became an ensample to Church from the Early Church to the Latter Church according to 1 Corinthians Chapter ten. Every generation in Israel and the Church is responsible to take heed to their beginning and ending!
Wed, Jul 22, 2020
Duration: 39 mins 48 secs
We are gradually resuming study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” has prevailed with the Lord in the vision of the “open heavens,” as the Day of Christ, according to Ezekiel 1:1. In this message we traced the “deep roots” of Israel and the Church to the Covenant of Abraham which was confirmed with the God Head. Therefore these two spiritual purposes will endure the “shakings” and the “elements” and be consummated, as the “Fullness of the Gentiles” and the “Fullness of Israel.”
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