What God is up to in Exodus is shaping, forming, making a people for himself. Really, all semester this is what we’ve been talking about, that the presence and power of God in our lives marks us distinctly among people who are far from God. That’s what we’ve been studying, the rebellion of God’s people against God and God responding to that with grace, with mercy, with kindness. They have broken their pledge against God. How does God respond to that? He responds to that with grace. He responds with mercy. He moves toward them, not from them. So, what makes us a distinct people is the motive of our generosity and then the metric of our generosity and then, ultimately, the method of our generosity. This week, we will dive into how having generous hearts and generous hands is an important part of our lives as followers of Jesus.
Adapted from The Village Church
Praying for you and your family!
P.S. Don’t forget to click
for our Partnering with Parents page for quick, easy questions to engage your student(s) after Life Group.