1701 Emory Road (Rt. 91), Reisterstown, MD 21136
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Saturday Worship || 5:00pm 

Sunday Worship || 8:05am, 9:30am & 11:00am

Office Hours || M-F 9:00am-4:00pm

For further thought and discussion


  1. Have you ever felt like you had blown it so big that God couldn’t possibly continue to love you? How did you resolve that?
  2. Read Exodus 32:1-6. What had the people assumed about Moses and God? How might this have contributed to their decision to make their own God’s? Have you ever felt like God wasn’t enough and gone after other things?
  3. Read Exodus 20:1-6. How does this compare with the activity of Exodus 32:1-6? Does this shed any light on what God says to Moses in Exodus 32:7-10?
  4. Read Exodus 32:11-13. What is the basis of Moses appeal? What did Moses realize about God through this? Why might this have been important given that Israel was coming out of Egypt?
  5. If God cannot change, why should we pray? How can a God who cannot change His mind and who knows every end from every beginning still work through our prayers?
  6. Read Numbers 23:19, Malachi 3:6, Hebrews 13:8, and James 1:17. What do these tell you about the majesty and greatness of God? Based on these passages, what are the things we can hope for and trust?

Song order:

  • Love Has A Name by Kim Walker-Smith, Ran Jackson, and Ricky Jackson
  • Reckless Love by Caleb Culver, Cory Asbury, and Ran Jackson
  • Great Are You Lord by Leslie Jordan and David Leonard


Back to Sermons
Hope and Change - Exodus 32:9-14 Mike Hipsley 8/12/18
Max Impact: Gifts, Roles, and Contributions - Genesis 2:15, 18 Ish Arteaga 8/05/18
Receiving Grace In Vain - 2 Corinthians 6:1 Trevor Tart 7/29/18
What Is Dead Faith? - James 2:17 Joe Duke 7/22/18
Called According to His Purpose - Romans 8:28 Jeremy Watts 7/15/18
Do You Love Me? - John 21:15-25 Jason Fullen 7/08/18
Contentment - Philippians 4:10-14 Adam Hunsicker 7/01/18
Plans, Prosperity, and Promise - Jeremiah 29:11 John McCants 6/24/18
Completing the Good Work - Philippians 1:6 Joe Duke 6/17/18
Falling from Grace - Galatians 5:4 Joe Duke 6/10/18