Leviticus doesn’t have to be the book where devotions go to die. It wasn’t written to bog us down or bore us to death. The purpose of Leviticus to point us to Jesus and grow us in the Gospel. Follow along and listen to Liberty Students’ latest message from Leviticus called “Law And Order: The Priests” from Leviticus 8-10.
Exodus 19 helps us worship God with deep emotion. Because of their sin, Israel was not allowed to even approach God. Because of our Savior, God invites us to approach Him! Exodus 19 coupled with Hebrews 12 is one of the most powerful teachings on worship throughout all Scripture!
This sermon kicks off our brand spanking new serious called ALL OUT which is all about worship through the last half of the book of Exodus. This story is incredible as it tells how the Israelites broke out into an immediate, natural, and spontaneous worship service right after they passed through the Red Sea. They couldn’t help but sing and worship God for what He had just done in their lives! In the same way, believers are natural singers. For those who have experienced the saving grace of God, we naturally sing His praises. We can’t help it! This message helped our student ministry worship Jesus more emotionally, passionately, and loudly in incredible ways!
Our new Middle School Pastor, Mike Kiley, brought the message this past Wednesday night on The Red Sea. His famous line was “Fearing the Lord releases us from fear.” “Fearing the Lord” is the reocurring phrase in The Red Sea passage of Exodus 14. Check out exactly what that means, how we often think of it wrong, and how that fear can release us from worldly fear!
This week’s Liberty Students message was on the 10 Plagues and the Passover from Exodus 7-12. What do the 10 Plagues that God poured out on Egypt have to do with us today? What do they and the Passover have to do with the Gospel? How can we learn from them and live for Jesus more? All of that will be answered in this important message from our series Straight Outta Egypt.
Straight Outta Egypt is our series moving through the first part of Exodus. This message was on learning about leadership through the book of Moses. Although Moses was not a model leader in the beginning, we do learn about our call to lead through His call to lead from God. Here are some quotes from our sermon that are very important for students to live.
Everyone is looking for a leader.
Leadership is simply following Jesus and bringing others with you.
Jesus is our Better Moses.
Jesus is not your Savior if you don’t follow Him as your Leader.
Straight Outta Egypt is our brand-spanking new series through the first half of the book of Exodus. In Exodus 1, we see that God has started and will always be faithful to His MOVEMENT. Ministries are where students come, sing, sit, listen, learn, and leave. MOVEMENTS are when students leave they also share the Gospel, make disciples, and live on mission. We are not called to simply raise up students, but also send them out equipped to make disciples just as Jesus commissioned us to do.