Kept Promises

September 30 2020
Series: Misc Sermons

Bible Passage: Exodus 6:1-8

We see Moses in the last part of the 5th chapter of Exodus, question God. Of course have always heard we are never to question God and his authority. Yet, how are we supposed to know anything without asking? First, we must understand that when God promises something He will not break that promise.
We look around and see churches struggling to keep an attendance. More so now than before we see church truly struggling. However the great reminder, God will not break His promise. One promise that He has given, He will never leave you or forsake you. His love is everlasting to everlasting.
How many times have you cried out to God for help and it seems like it just gets worse? No matter what happens, God is always there.
Do you worry about our nation, politics, health? Why? Do you think that God has lost all control of these things? God is larger than all of those things, time and time again. We see history and over and over again, leader come and go by Gods hands. God never promised that anyone would live a life of luxury while here on earth. In fact, what HE did say was that we would be persecuted for His name sake.
God is in FULL control. Not by our control but by His. We must humble ourselves to God and not the other way around. Put your faith and trust into something that is supreme, Jehovah.
How often do we forget about the covenant that we made with God when we were saved? No matter how sinful we were, God loved us even though. When we the saved asked God to save them, we entered into a covenant and we should never put ourselves over God.
Things of this world come and go everyday, every second. Just think back a few years ago and would have imagined that we would see such a collapse in things as we see today? There is nothing that can collapse God, NOTHING. 
If you’ve been born again, save by Gods grace, then you are one of His, the chosen. He’s got you no matter how horrible you are, no matter how horrible the world gets. 
John 14:1-3; If it wasn’t true, He would have told us.
If there was any other way than for Jesus to be killed and to die on that cross, then to be raised from the dead three days later, then it would have been totally different. But He promised that is what was to happen and that is exactly what happened.
Share His love and don’t be embarrassed by Christ. He wasn’t embarrassed by you when He saved you. Love those around you and invite them to know Jesus.