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Pastor Jordan Wong - January 20, 2019

Who Am I

Who Am I

Who's in the Mirror? When you look at yourself, what do you see? Do you look at the accomplishments, improvements, and potential of your life? Do you see the imperfections, flaws and missed opportunities? Or do you see yourself as God sees you? Your heavenly father views you as His beloved child, who has been redeemed by His Son, Jesus Christ. If you have given your life over to the Son, then when the Father sees you, He sees the reflection of Jesus. God sees Jesus when He looks at you. What do you see? This Sunday, we continue our series on the life of Moses. We’ll be looking at Exodus chapters 3 and 4 where God calls to Moses from the burning bush and Moses’ response is, “Who Am I?” Moses sees views himself through his failures and his weaknesses. God views Moses through His own character. From that point on, Moses is defined not by who he is but by who God is. Join us this Sunday as we look to the God who calls Himself “I Am” to discover who we truly are. ~Pastor Jordan Wong

Scripture References: Exodus 3:15

From Series: "Life of Moses"

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