God always has been and always will be. What does God mean when he tells Moses “I am who I am?” In this sermon, Pastor Byron McGee explores what the Bibles says about how God will be remembered throughout generations.
In Exodus Ch. 3, Moses has an encounter with God. In this sermon, Pastor Byron McGee explores Moses at the burning bush and how the same God he encountered is the same God we encounter today.
In Exodus chapter 2, Moses has grown up and flees to Midian after killing an Egyptian. In this sermon, Pastor Byron McGee examines how God sees all and knows all, yet He still uses us for his plan and his purpose.
In Exodus chapter 2, Moses is born. Known as the paradigm prophet, God will use Moses to lead the nation of Isreal out of slavery and into the promised land. In this sermon, Pastor McGee illustrates how God is an on-time God at the time of Moses’ birth.
In Exodus Chapter 1 verse 15 we find Pharaoh oppressing Israel with a new plan. He tells Hebrew midwives to kill newborn sons, but some do not obey his order. In this sermon, Pastor Byron McGee explains what it means to submit to governing authorities.