Bible Study - DELIVERANCE: Am-Bushed

  1. What is something God has done for you that you are thankful for or are celebrating? How have you experienced his faithfulness and goodness this week?

  2. Where are you experiencing stress, anxiety or discouragement? How would you like to see God move in your life or in the life of someone close to you?

  3. What did you hear in this week’s sermon that was new or particularly interesting? Did anything stand out to you as puzzling or troubling?

  4. Read Exodus 3:1-6. Which words or phrases stand out to you in the text?
    • The writer is very specific about where Moses was located – “the far side of the wilderness.” Why does this detail matter?
    • Moses went to see the burning bush and God calls him by name. What can we learn about God from this?
    • God identifies himself as the “God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.” What does this tell us about God’s plan and his promises? Why is this a significant part of God’s interaction with Moses right here?

  5. Read Exodus 3:13-14. God has a name – “I AM.” Chris mentioned that this points us to God’s constancy, sufficiency, and his desire for relationship with us. How have you experienced the constant and enduring nature of God? How have you witnessed his sufficient grace for you, especially in wilderness seasons? In what ways is God drawing you into a deeper relationship with himself?

  6. God loves us and he is always with us, even in the wilderness. Can you think of someone in your life who needs to hear the Good News of the Gospel?