Exodus Revisited

May 16, 2021 • Mike Bullmore • Psalm 105

Sermon Application Questions: 1. Why does God have the writer of Psalm 105 rewrite the events he’s already had Moses record in the book of Exodus? What does the fact that this psalm was written 400 years after Exodus say about its usefulness for us living so many years after the Exodus? 2. How does that saying, “The way to build trust in a relationship is to make promises and keep them” strike you? Do you think it is true? Does it help you in your appreciation of God or does it seem like it doesn’t really apply? 3. What promises that God has made are most precious to you and would be most devastating to you if God did not “remember”? What accounts of God’s remembering in the past do you need to “remember” (v. 5) that will help you trust him now?

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The Bible's Best Word

May 9, 2021 • Mike Bullmore

Music and Lyrics Used by Permission CCLI# 1595532 Sermon Application Questions: Think of the two main points from today’s message: 1. God means his presence with his people to be uninterrupted. 2. God means his presence to be known by his people. Reflect on each of these truths as they relate to your life, and then ask: What is the level of my confidence in and my experience of God’s presence? How do I think about it? How does it affect my day-to-day life? How might I grow in experiencing what God desires for me?

A Dreadful Step Back, A Huge Step Forward

May 2, 2021 • Mike Bullmore

Sermon Application Questions: 1. Have you allowed any impatience to turn to unbelief and lead you into idolatry? What might that look like? 2. Are you currently perhaps experiencing some correction from God that you need to pay attention to? How would you know that it is God’s correction? 3. If there has been sin, have you responded to God in true repentance? What would true repentance look like? 4. Are you enjoying all that God has for you in Christ today?

"That I Might Dwell Among Them”

April 25, 2021 • Mike Bullmore

Sermon Application Questions: 1. What struck you most from these chapters of Exodus regarding God’s desire to dwell with his people? Was there something newly precious to you about Jesus and what he has done? 2. In his commentary on Exodus Alec Motyer says, ‘The Lord, for his part, was willing and ready to dwell in the midst of his people, but it was for them to decide if they wanted him to do so. It is the same for us; we can either engage or neglect these things. We can choose to live at a distance, neglecting those things which would bring God near to us and us near to him.’ Do you desire God’s nearness? What are the things that help you engage with God?