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July 26th, 2020
The story of the Exodus is the story of God exercising His mighty hand and outstretched arm to rescue His people from slavery in Egypt. At the beginning of Exodus God's people are enslaved in Egypt, the most powerful and impressive kingdom on the earth. But God's power extends over and beyond the power of the kingdom of Egypt. In rescuing His people out of slavery God shows us His power over the kingdoms of this world, His power over the false gods of this world, and His power to rescue and save His people.
Are there ways that the "kingdoms of this world" feel more powerful than God in your life? How does the story of the Exodus give you hope?
What are ways that God is demonstrating His power over false gods/idols in your life?
How does God's demonstration of His power in salvation lead you to worship Jesus more?
What is the connection between God's power and His glory? How does knowing His power lead you to give Him glory?
Matt serves Cornerstone by overseeing Family Ministries.
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