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Here Am I, Send Aaron

Jill Briscoe

Do you argue with God or ignore His voice because He’s asking you to do something you’re afraid to do? Too often we’re like Moses—we stand in front of God and give Him all of our excuses—it’s not the right time, we don’t know the Bible well enough, people won’t listen, or we don’t have the skills.

Yes, you might feel inadequate and afraid, but as Jill Briscoe explains in her popular series on Moses, He wants you to always say yes with joy and complete trust that He will work through you and equip you with all that you need. God wants to involve you in His plan to bring blessings to all nations, even if your part today is simply praying for the people next door!

For further study, see Jill’s companion book, Here Am I, Lord… Send Somebody Else.

Messages From This Series:

Often times, you'll hear runners talk about the "wall" they hit when they are running. They can either stop running or push through the wall. Although it's hard to push through the wall, the reward is great because they usually experience a surge of energy and feel like they could run forever. As Christians, we can hit a "wall" that makes us feel stuck in our Christian walk. Although it's hard to push through it, when we do, we see a huge growth spurt. In this message, Jill explains how we can push through our "wall" to grow as a Christian.

Scripture: Exodus

Many of us live a Christian life that’s like a saggy bed. We’re rock firm on one end and rock firm on the other. We know we’ve accepted Christ, and we know we’re going to heaven when we die. But we sag in the middle. So how do we fix the sag? In this message, Jill helps us learn to obey and apply what the Bible teaches so that we can grow in our faith.

Scripture: Exodus 16

Most of us can think of a time when we had a craving for something sweet… a cookie, ice cream, or a brownie. For some, this kind of craving can result in an internal battle. The flesh says yes, but the mind may be thinking of the ramifications and may want to say no. The same is true with the sin in our lives. The mind may understand that it's a bad thing to do, but the body may just react and sin out of habit or discouragement. In this message, Jill shares how we can combat sin and be holy.

Scripture: Exodus 17

What kind of spiritual gifts do you have? For many of us, it’s hard to know. But it’s easier than you think to discover the wonderful gifts God has given you. In this message, Jill explains how by just looking at our lives and our day to day activities we can discover how to use our talents for God’s will and purposes.

Scripture: Exodus 35-36

Is worshiping God the central focus of your life? Well, if it isn’t, it should be. In this message, Jill Briscoe looks at the book of Exodus and focuses on the tabernacle that Moses built to help us gain a better understanding of what it really means to worship God.

Scripture: Exodus 25-40, Hebrews 9

Our kids often look at famous athletes, singers, and actors to be their role models or examples of how they want to be. But did you know that they often follow your actions and examples, too? And you may not realize it, but there may be other people in your life who look to you to set a good example. In this message, Jill discusses the importance of being a good example and gives us practical ways we can do so.

Scripture: Exodus 33, Exodus 40

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