Taking the Red Sea with You
Worship is not just how we respond to the deliverance of God, but how we live day to day in light of that deliverance without losing faith.
I. Israel at the Red Sea (vv. 1-4; Exodus 15:1-27; cf. Deuteronomy 32)
A. The Song of Moses (vv. 1-4; Exodus 15:1-21)
B. Drowning in the Shallow Waters (Exodus 15:22-27)
C. The Second Song of Moses (Deuteronomy 32)
II. Our Red Sea (vv. 2-3)
A. Crossing through the Waters of Judgment (vv. 2-3)
B. The Lessons of the Cross (vv. 1-2)
III. Taking the Red Sea with You
A. Seeing Today in Light of Yesterday and Tomorrow
B. The Anchor of Worship
C. Eating an Anchor
1. Monday—What is worship? Why is it hard to define? What does our worship reveal about our hearts?
2. Tuesday—What is the “song of Moses” (Exodus 15)? Why did Moses teach it to Israel?
3. Wednesday—Who are your greatest enemies? When were these enemies definitively conquered? What is your Red Sea event?
4. Thursday— How does the cross teach you to see this world differently? What does it teach you about what victory can look like?
5. Friday—What does it mean to “take the Red Sea with you”? What are some ways that you can be anchored in God’s mighty acts in history so that you are not driven and tossed by the trials of the day?