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Time to Move On | Exodus 33 | Harvest Baptist Church

Updated: Apr 19

January 2024's Featured Sermon of the Month

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Life is a journey, and in a recent sermon, Pastor Jaime shared profound insights that resonate with our personal experiences and draw inspiration from biblical narratives. Let's delve into the key takeaways that encourage us to embrace God's plan, move on from the past, and hunger for a deeper relationship with the Almighty.

Journey with a Father on the Road

In a heartfelt reflection, Pastor Jaime takes us back to a childhood memory of traveling with his truck driver father. Nearly missing an opportunity due to tiredness became a poignant lesson about not letting life's opportunities pass by. It's a reminder to draw parallels between our personal experiences and the tendency to miss out on God's plan when we get stuck in past mistakes.

Moving on in Life

Pastor Jaime urges us to release the grip on past wounds and courageously step into the next phase of life. There's a call for a desperate hunger and thirst for righteousness, coupled with a deeper relationship with God. The essence lies in accepting whatever is part of God’s will for our lives, allowing us to move forward in faith.

Submission to God’s Plan

The concept of submission takes center stage, emphasizing the importance of accepting and embracing God’s plan, even when it may be beyond our understanding or agreement. Pastor Jaime encourages us to submit to His will, recognizing that His ways are higher than ours. The key is to cultivate a passion and hunger for the things of God above all else.

Moses and the Tabernacle Encounter

Next, we journey into the biblical narrative of Moses entering the Tabernacle, symbolizing the Lord's presence. The people worshipped at their tent doors, illustrating a close relationship. There's a call to demand God's presence with a passionate desire for His power and protection in our lives.

Accepting God's Will and Glory

Drawing lessons from Moses' desire to see God's glory, Pastor Jaime highlights the importance of accepting what is part of God's will for our lives. It's a gentle reminder to glorify God in a manner acceptable to Him, trusting that His plan far surpasses our understanding.

Moving On from the Past

God's mercy endures forever, and He doesn't stay angry for long. The message is clear: disregard what is behind to move forward into the next season of life. Being stuck in the last chapter or season can hinder our progress and growth.

Desiring God's Glory More than Ours

Moses' plea to see God's glory, realizing the magnitude he couldn't handle, becomes a reflection point for us. We are urged to acknowledge that all opportunities provided by God have passed before us. The emphasis lies in desiring God's glory more than our own, recognizing our dependency on Him.

Pastor Jaime's sermon resonates as a poignant reminder to let go of the past, embrace God's plan, and hunger for a deeper relationship with the Almighty. As we submit to His will and move forward in faith, we open ourselves to the abundant opportunities God has in store for us. May we desire His glory above all else and continually seek His presence in our lives.

This message was preached at Harvest Baptist Church on January 14, 2024.

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