• A Consuming Fire Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:1-3

    The tendency to ignore the work of our Trinitarian God in the Old Testament remains a real problem within Christendom. Christians sometimes attribute the great redemptive acts of history in the Old Testament to the first person of the Trinity, the Father, alone. However, as John describes in the first chapter of his gospel, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God… All things were made through him.” Both the second person and the third person of the Trinity (the Son and the Spirit, respectively) worked in conjunction with the Father … View Resource

  • El Shaddai: God of Power Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:1-3

    Is there a problem too big for God to handle? Judging by the responses of some of the Old Testament saints, all of us would do well to get re-acquainted with “El Shaddai—the God of Power.” In this message, Dr. Sproul focuses our attention on an attribute of God that has particular interest to the believer, especially in times of need. View Resource

  • Yahweh (Part 1) Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:1-12

    We all know the story of Moses as he came to the burning bush in the wilderness. It was there that Moses asked God to identify Himself. But did God, in fact, ever tell Moses His name? Some say no. In this message entitled “Yahweh,” Dr. Sproul takes us back to the burning bush account to learn the significance of God’s proper name. View Resource

  • The Great I Am Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:1-15

    For many of us nowadays, our names do not necessarily reflect much of who we are. On top of that, our names are often used by thousands of others in the world. But this news need not cause an identity crisis. Our existence is established in the One who has a name that none can share—whose name can never change, because of who He is. Dr. Sproul discusses who that is, in this message entitled “The Great I Am.” View Resource

  • The Lord Our God, The Lord is One: The Simplicity of God Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:1-15

    Scripture indicates that God is not composed of parts and is not divisible. This attribute of God has traditionally been referred to as God’s “simplicity.” In this lecture, Sinclair Ferguson will explain the meaning and implications of this doctrine. View Resource

  • Train Up Your Children Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:1-15

    The worship of our sovereign God is not to be relegated to a mere hour or two each Sunday. Instead, our worship of Him should pervade every aspect of our lives. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. exhorts believers to worship God as a family, providing encouragement and practical instruction. Note: This conference session is made available for historical archival purposes only. View Resource

  • Holy Ground Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:3-6

    The New Testament teaches that Christians should not neglect gathering together as a body of believers to worship together. Although the form of worship might look different across various congregations and denominations, this principle remains the same: where the body of Christ gathers together, Christ, our sacred, holy Savior, is there. The recognition of this amazing truth should prompt us to reevaluate our preparation for crossing into the sacred realm of our deliverer as well as discourage us from possessing a flippant regard for the privilege of coming together as the body of Christ. Although we may look boldly into … View Resource

  • I AM: The Name of God Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:7-14

    The majority of humanity maintains belief in the existence of an impersonal, amoral deity that functions in a manner similar to a force of nature. Since this being does not possess standards of morality and, therefore, impose them upon created order, attendants to this view express a freedom to live how they would without restrictions. The truth, however, is that these individuals have placed themselves in the bondage of sin and disbelief, ripping from themselves all hope of redemption from their sin and state of condemnation. The revelation of the Lord in Exodus 3 as “I AM WHO I AM,” … View Resource

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    Exodus 3:11

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  • I AM: The Being of God Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:13-15

    Human beings like the idea of autonomy. It seems that the entire plight of humanity, as portrayed by the secular world, may be summed up in the search for freedom and independence from any attachment. This notion defies reality, and the very desire for this type of existence plunged mankind into sin at the garden of Eden. As creatures, human beings are contingent upon God for the beginning of their existences as well as their persistence. This should incite extreme joy in the hearts of God’s people, for the unchanging, loving, and supremely wise Lord holds our existence in the … View Resource

  • Yahweh: The Name of God Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:13-15

    It is customary to ask a person’s name when you meet someone for the first time. Names are essential for identification. When Moses encountered the burning bush in the wilderness, he asked God what His name was. What Moses heard that day was a name unlike any other. Once people understand what this name means, they will realize that this is a name that cannot be shared or confused with another. In this message, Dr. Sproul talks about the sacred name of God–”Yahweh.” View Resource

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    Exodus 3:14

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  • Don’t Waste Your Life Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:14

    Many people, even Christians, go through their lives devoted to trivial things, living for comfort and pleasure. There is no passion for God. In this lecture, Dr. John Piper exhorts all of us to not waste our lives on such trivial pursuits. Only a life passionately devoted to the cross of Christ and the glory of God will be considered a life not squandered on the last day. View Resource

  • Can God Die? Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:14-15

    If God is the One who made all things, then who made God? Dr. Sproul considers this common question in this message as he looks at the beginner who has no beginning or ending. View Resource

  • A Divine Mission Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:14-16

    Many times, Christians look at the great figures of the Old Testament and romanticize their activities and achievements. The Bible clearly lauds these individuals, such as Abraham, Moses, and David, as great men of faith and substance. Yet, it also paints complete pictures of these individuals, identifying their sin along with their obedience. In contrast, our great Deliverer, Jesus Christ, knew no sin and never strayed away from the narrow path leading to Golgotha, into the grave, and then to the right hand of the Father. As great as our spiritual forefathers were, this lesson clearly illuminates the vast superiority … View Resource