Chestnut Ridge Church
Timeline–Part 5
We all love stories. They make us feel like we are a part of something bigger than ourselves. They can stir the imagination and engage the heart. They motivate us, influence us, and have the unique ability to build connections. So, it’s no wonder that the Bible is the most beloved book of all time! In this series, Timeline, we’ll explore the stories that span 4,000 years of biblical history, from Genesis to Malachi. As we focus on some of the most beloved stores in the Old Testament, we’ll discover that in every story the overarching theme is God’s desire to have a relationship with us.
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  • Chestnut Ridge Church [CRC]
    2223 Cheat Rd, Morgantown, WV 26508, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM

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Today's Music
Egypt, God I Look to You, There is a King
Problem | We don't realize Moses was a "type" of Christ
Solution | Jesus came to set us free
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
• Both Moses and Jesus chose to identify with those they came to save.
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
• Both Moses and Jesus chose to identify with those they came to save.
• Both Moses and Jesus were “shepherds.”
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
• Both Moses and Jesus chose to identify with those they came to save.
• Both Moses and Jesus were “shepherds.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were validated by God through signs and miracles.
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
• Both Moses and Jesus chose to identify with those they came to save.
• Both Moses and Jesus were “shepherds.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were validated by God through signs and miracles.
• Both Moses and Jesus fasted for 40 days.
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
• Both Moses and Jesus chose to identify with those they came to save.
• Both Moses and Jesus were “shepherds.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were validated by God through signs and miracles.
• Both Moses and Jesus fasted for 40 days.
• Both Moses and Jesus came down from a mountain with glowing faces.
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
• Both Moses and Jesus chose to identify with those they came to save.
• Both Moses and Jesus were “shepherds.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were validated by God through signs and miracles.
• Both Moses and Jesus fasted for 40 days.
• Both Moses and Jesus came down from a mountain with glowing faces.
• Both Moses and Jesus introduced God’s Law from a mountain.
10 Comparisons Between Jesus and Moses:
• Both Moses and Jesus showed up after 400 years of “biblical silence.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were pursued by a ruler who wanted them dead shortly after they were born.
• Both Moses and Jesus spent their younger years in Egypt.
• Both Moses and Jesus chose to identify with those they came to save.
• Both Moses and Jesus were “shepherds.”
• Both Moses and Jesus were validated by God through signs and miracles.
• Both Moses and Jesus fasted for 40 days.
• Both Moses and Jesus came down from a mountain with glowing faces.
• Both Moses and Jesus introduced God’s Law from a mountain.
• Both Moses and Jesus were rejected by their own families (and by the people).

Discussion Questions

Ready to take a next step in your personal or group study time? Follow the link below for printable discussion questions about today's message. You'll also find links to this Sunday's audio, video and weekend program.

http://www.chestnutridgechurch.com/TimelinePart5

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Weekly Devotional

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