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Worship God with Sacrifices

What is the general order of worship? You can remember it this way: Confession, Consecration, and Communion. We see the same order of worship at Mount Sinai and in the Book of Revelation.

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“Be Careful What You Wish For”

So when you find ourselves in the sin of unbelief, rebellion and covetousness, you have a Mediator who is better than Moses (Heb 9:15): Jesus Christ the Savior. He pleads for you before his Father’s throne of grace, “Father, forgive them for they do not know what they are doing.”

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Spies on a Mission in the Promised Land

If you believe in him, he has good news for you. Jesus is your “spy” who has scouted your land of destiny. Because he is the Truth, nothing in his report is exaggerated or untrue. He knows everything about your Promised Land because he came down from there and he is there today. He assures you that your Promised Land is the heavenly city, a beautiful land abounding in God’s blessings and goodness. Its inhabitants are not wicked enemies you have to fight and conquer, but righteous friends with whom you will fellowship for eternity. An its fortifications do not just reach up to heaven, but the city is heaven itself, safe and secure from all evil (Rev 21:27).

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God’s People Grumble

John Chapter 6 and Numbers Chapter 11 show that Jesus is the better Mediator and better Prophet than Moses.

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In the Wilderness: God-Centered Worship

In the same manner that the Levites were substituted for the redemption of the firstborn sons of Israel, Christ became our substitute so that we might become firstborn children of God.

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In the Wilderness: God-Centered People of God

God must be the center of our lives, our families, our careers, our goals. As well, God must be the center of our worship.

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God and His People in the Wilderness

Christians are pilgrims and strangers traveling in this barren land, living between redemption and the Promised Land. But as God’s people, “you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God” (Eph 2:19).

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“We Have Come to Worship Him”

  Numbers 24:15-19; Matthew 2:1-12 January 7, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Last Sunday, our New Testament reading was also from Matthew 2 the first seven verses. We looked at the wickedness of King Herod, who was a prime example of the wicked man in Psalm 10. He was arrogant and godless, full of […]

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