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Sunday at South

Sunday's 10:30 service sermon notes.

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South Baptist Church

4091 Van Slyke Rd, Flint, MI 48507, USA

Sunday 10:30 AM

Welcome to South! We're glad you joined us today! Below you will find some sermon notes and Bible passages, to help you follow along with Pastor Scott's message. We are in a study on the biblical character of Moses. We hope you will be encouraged by what is taught today.

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Three "Before" and One "After"

Before: It starts with “trusting the Lord, with all our hearts.”
This refers to a reliance on the Lord and a yielding of our lives to him.
And it is something that is to be done not half-heartedly or with any kind of reservations - complete and total trust.
The second before part of this proverb is “leaning not on our own understanding.”
In other words, don’t try to rely on your own perception of what is the right course of action for your life.
Some of us lean way too heavily on this in our lives.
The third before part of the proverb is to “acknowledge the Lord in all of our ways.”
Lean on his direction for every aspect of our lives - finances, marriage, parenting, work, play, everything.

According to the proverb, if these three things are being done by us, there is one thing that will be done by God.
The after of this proverb is that “the Lord will make straight our paths.”

Moses' "Befores" and "After"

Before: Moses finally started trusting in God’s call on his life…He stopped leaning on his own understanding and abilities (or lack thereof)... And he started acknowledging, or leaning into God’s direction for his life.
Moses allowed himself to be an instrument of deliverance in the hands of God, broken as he was. He went back home and begins the process of packing up his wife and kids for a road trip to Egypt. (Moses was trusting in the Lord - Proverbs 3:5)

After: Jethro informed Moses that not only was he not going to cause any conflict in Moses’ desire to go back to Egypt by getting in the way, but in addition, by praying this blessing of shalom over Moses’ desire, he was asking God that he would make sure that there would not be anything else that would cause any kind of conflict. (the paths were straight-Proverbs 3:6)


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