Moses grew up without a dad and had anger issues which led to murder, running from the law, and escaping from reality by starting over in a new place. Then he was called on to do something great and his negative self-worth took over. Excuses, rationalizations, and fear stood in the way of a great Redemption and Exodus. Only through a Power greater than Moses can this wounded and broken man become one of the most prolific figures in the history of the world.
|7/5/2014||Exodus 2:1-10||Moses' daddy issues||Jamey Lee|
|7/12/2014||Exodus 2:11-15a||Moses' Anger Issues||Jamey Lee|
|7/19/2014||Exodus 2:15b-22||Moses' Exodus||Jamey Lee|
|7/26/2014||Exodus 2:23-3:12||Moses' low self-worth||Jamey Lee|