January 31, 2010 – FOREVER GOD’S, FOREVER FREE

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Shakespeare certainly understood the power of a name in his tale, “Romeo and Juliet.” The two family names in that story were so strong that even love and “will” could not overcome the divide.

Names in the Bible show character and purpose. When Moses encounters God at the burning bush, Moses asks, “What is your name?” God’s answer reveals a whole lot about God. God says, “My name means I AM always present with you, just as I was with the people before you.” God adds, “I’ve come to set you free and lead you to hope!” That’s the message of this week’s Scripture. Join us as we discover we are forever God’s and forever free.

Read Exodus 3:13-22. See you Sunday at 10:30!

READ THE SERMON: Forever God’s, Forever Free

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