We Can’t Go back to Egypt – Exodus to Freedom 2

We Can’t Go back to Egypt – Exodus to Freedom 2

Join us for an insightful sermon that explores the timeless story of the Hebrew people’s journey from slavery in Egypt to the promised land. Drawing from Numbers chapter 14, verses 1-5, this sermon delves into the struggles, doubts, and longing for familiarity experienced by the Israelites as they ventured through the wilderness.

The sermon reflects on the parallels between the Israelites’ journey and the challenges faced by the Church throughout history. With a focus on inclusivity and adapting to change, the message explores the debates and controversies within the Church, urging believers to embrace new ways of worship and ministry, especially in the context of the pandemic and the shift to online services.

Through stories and personal anecdotes, the message emphasizes the need to resist the temptation to go back to “Egypt,” symbolizing the desire for familiar but limiting ways. Instead, they encourage viewers to trust in God’s guidance, embrace the uncertainties of the journey, and move forward with grace and resilience.

This sermon offers a timely message for individuals and communities navigating change, offering hope and encouragement to those seeking a deeper understanding of their faith journey. Join us for this thought-provoking reflection that reminds us of God’s presence and the promise that Jesus is with us always, guiding us through the wilderness of life.


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