Sunday Evening Service, July 1, 2007
The book of Exodus is one of the best-known and well-loved books in the entire Bible. The stories of Moses, the ten plagues, the children of Israel passing through the Red Sea, and the Golden Calf are taught to young people from the earliest years. But there is more to these stories than just exciting narrative! Rather, the Exodus event and its attendant circumstances teach us great and glorious truths about the doctrine of redemption. In this first sermon, Richard Winston explores our need of redemption and God's provision of redemption.