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Title: Dealing with Deformity

Passages:  Matthew 5:21-26

Series:  Sermon on the Mount: The Way of Jesus

Speaker:  Pastor Jason


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Exodus / Underdogs   
Week 3

BIG IDEA: God Speaks to us in Different Ways

GOD STORY: Moses and the Burning Bush Exodus 2:23-4:27

God is so cool that even when we think we will not be good enough, smart enough, strong enough, he reminds us that he is more than enough. In fact, all through God's story, he shows that he is powerful by teaming up with the weak, the underdog, and the unqualified. Moses was a baby that should have been killed at birth, but God had plans to take that underdog from the Nile River, and turn him into the leader of God's people. And when Moses thought that he wasn't a good enough speaker, God said, "I want to use you anyway!" Because God loves a good underdog story.

 Watch this weeks’ video or read the story in Exodus 2:23 – 4:27 and then answer the following questions:

1 - How did God speak to Moses?
2 - What are some ways that God can speak (or communicate) with people?
3 - What kinds of things do you think God tells people today?
4 - Do you feel like God has ever spoken to you?

Look up and read the following passages: Numbers 22:21-35, 1 Kings 19:11-13, Genesis 28:10-15, 1 Samuel 3:1-10.   Answer the following questions about each story: Who is in this passage? How did God speak in that passage? Can you think of another story where God spoke in a similar way? If not, why do you think God chose to speak in this way? 

MEMORY VERSE [God said,] “My grace is all you need. My power is strongest when you are weak.” So I am very happy to brag about how weak I am. Then Christ’s power can rest on me. (2 Corinthians 12:9, NIRV)
 
Pray, “God, help me to listen so I can hear your voice, however you choose to speak to me. Amen.”