Do Not Forget the One Who Set You Free

Evening Service
Apr 30, 2023

In the second half of Deuteronomy 6, Moses warns against the pitfalls that deter believers from living the life God has called them to live. There is blessing and goodness in obeying God, and with the help of the Holy Spirit, we can remember who God is and that his law is both for our good and for his glory. Life functions as it should when we live under God's rule and reign. Just as God rescued the Israelites from physical slavery, God has rescued us out of our bondage to sin while simultaneously securing our future glory with him.

Topics: Obeying God, Salvation, Character of God

Deuteronomy 6:10-25


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