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Resources in the Wilderness

by Cathe Laurie on Jan 16, 2020

In this webcast, Cathe Laurie shares a message from Exodus 17-18 titled “Resources in the Wilderness”  in our Water-Fire-Stone series at Harvest Christian Fellowship.

Sermon Notes

Life. Some days you just want to wrap it in caution tape and declare a stress-free zone. Escape the pressure, avoid the conflict. Moses sure did. Faced with fierce opposition and immense frustration, Moses held it together and led well. How did he deal with the mounting stress in the wilderness? Life. Some days you just want to wrap it in caution tape and declare a stress-free zone. Escape the pressure, avoid the conflict. Moses sure did. Faced with fierce opposition and immense frustration,

Application

Wilderness experiences can bring out the worst in us or they can develop the best in us. We decide. In Exodus 16:9, Moses told the people to “Come near to God. He’s heard your complaints.” We need to pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.

  • Adoration – Giving praise and honor to God for who He is and what He does.
  • Confession – Honestly deal with sin; acknowledge to God the ways (and whys) you fall short.
  • Thanksgiving – Verbalize your gratitude; express your praise and a thankful heart.
  • Supplication – Pray specifically for the needs of others, ourselves, our church, our nation.

Scriptures

  • Exodus 16:9
  • Exodus 15

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