The Golden Calf Worship

The Golden Calf Worship

Oct 2019 - Jan 2021
Sermons in this series
Wed, Jan 13, 2021
Duration: 37 mins 12 secs
We continue study of the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship. Ex. 32-33. We are pressing through the Acts 27 Storm by embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” must await deliverance following the birth of Moses and his forty years in the house of Pharaoh followed by another forty years of endurance in the Midian Desert. Moses, became content to dwell with wife and family, as a shepherd, but is challenged by the Great I am” in the midst of a "Burning Bush."(Ex. 3) We are likewise challenged to “turn aside” to lay hold on Christ’s First Advent and the great provisions and power of the gospel. Rom. 1:16
Wed, Jan 06, 2021
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 38 mins 26 secs
We continue to study the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We are pressing through the Acts 27 storm while embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” commenced with the birth of Moses, however their deliverance awaited his preparation of forty years in Pharaoh’s house and another forty years “enduring” in the Midian Desert. Moses, though content to dwell with his wife and family as a mere shepherd was challenged to return to Egypt after beholding “the Great I am” in the midst of a "Burning Bush." (Exodus 3) We are being challenged to “turn aside” and to comprehend Christ’s First Advent in preparation for Christ’s Second Advent.
Wed, Dec 16, 2020
Duration: 40 mins 20 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We continue through the Acts 27 storm embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” commenced with the birth of Moses, but deliverance awaited his forty years in Pharaoh’s house, forty years of spiritual preparation in the Midian Desert. Moses became content to dwell with wife and family, as a mere shepherd. However, he was challenged by the revelation of “the Great I am” in the midst of a "Burning Bush" in Exodus 3. May we “turn aside” to comprehend Christ’s First Advent and His birth as the “Seed of the Woman” according to Genesis 3:15.
Wed, Dec 09, 2020
Duration: 39 mins 18 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We continue through the Acts 27 storm embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” commenced with the birth of Moses, but deliverance followed his forty years in Pharaoh’s house and forty years of spiritual preparation in the Midian Desert. Moses was content to dwell with wife and family, as a shepherd, however he was challenged to return to deliver Israel “out of” Egypt from the revelation of “the Great I am” in the midst "Burning Bush" in Exodus 3. We need to turn aside to comprehend Christ’s First Advent, i.e. to attend “Bush College” by examining the enmity against the “Seed of the Woman” in Genesis 3:15.
Wed, Dec 02, 2020
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 36 mins 45 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We continue to prevail with the Lord through the Acts 27 storm while embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” commenced with the birth of Moses, yet deliverance followed his forty years in the house of Pharaoh and forty years of inward preparation in the Midian Desert. Moses content to dwell with family, as a shepherd is challenged to deliver Israel “out of” Egypt based on the "Burning Bush" experience in Exodus 3. In this message we are being challenged to attend “Bush College.” This we will do by turning aside with Moses in a series of messages regarding Christ’s First Advent in preparation to behold the greater glory of Christ’s Second Advent.
Wed, Nov 18, 2020
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 39 mins 55 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We continue to prevail with the Lord through the Acts 27 storm while embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” witnessed the birth of Moses, yet deliverance followed his forty years in the house of Pharaoh and another forty years of inward preparation in the Midian Desert. Moses, though content to dwell in Midian with family, as a shepherd, was challenged to deliver Israel “out of” Egypt under the "Great I am"revealed in the "Burning Bush" in Exodus 3. The revelation of Christ’s glory during His First Advent may prove both necessary and remedial in beholding His glory at His Second Advent.
Wed, Nov 11, 2020
Duration: 39 mins 58 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe we are prevailing through the Acts 27 storm embracing Ezekiel’s vision of the “open heavens.” The “Exodus Generation” commenced with Moses as a deliverer. He was prepared forty years in Pharaoh’s house and forty years in the Midian Desert. Moses became content to dwell with his Gentile family, as a shepherd, but was challenged at the “The Burning Bush,” in Exodus 3, to deliver Israel “out of” using only a shepherd’s rod. Contrast Joshua leading Israel “into” their land under the Captain of the Lord’s Host with a drawn sword in Joshua 5:13-15.
Wed, Nov 04, 2020
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 40 mins 10 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” 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 Moses and his divine preparation to become the great deliverer of Israel. After Moses spends forty years in the Midian Desert he has become content to dwell. Now, Moses is being divinely challenged, as Israel’s deliverer, by beholding the “The Burning Bush” in Exodus 3.
Wed, Oct 28, 2020
Passage: Exodus 3
Duration: 36 mins 50 secs
We are studying the Exodus Generation and Golden Calf Worship in Exodus 32-33. We believe “a very small remnant” 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 and his divine protection and preparation as the great deliverer of Israel. Moses has spent forty years in the Midian Desert and endured by “seeing Him who is invisible.” He has become content with shepherding, his life with Zipporah and his visitation to Gentiles. Now Moses will be challenged in beholding the “The Burning Bush” in Exodus 3.
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.
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