Exodus 15:1-21 – At the banks of the Red Sea, the victorious Israelites worshiped the God who had saved them. We should live lifestyles of worship, constantly expressing gratitude to our faithful Deliverer.
- After the Red Sea’s parting, Moses composed the first worship song recorded in the Bible.
- God is worthy of personal and family expressions of worship (15:1-3).
- God’s distinct holiness deserves devoted worship (15:4-13).
- How God’s people worship serves as a witness to unbelievers (15:14-16).
- Worship on earth should be a taste of the reality in heaven (15:17-18).
- Our personal expressions of worship should motivate others to join along (15:19-21).
- If worship is negotiable for your family, you prioritize something else more.
- Treat worship as your declaration of war.
- Your worship won’t rise above your perception of God.
- Worship in such a way that those who don’t believe what you believe at least believe that you believe it.
- Your worship should convey that you’ve been redeemed, the enemy is defeated, and your future is secure.
Exodus Sermon Series
Travis Agnew serves as the Lead Pastor of Rocky Creek Church in Greenville, SC. His most recent book is Just (About) Married.
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