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He Is: The Character of God Revealed


He Is, is a four-week series that looks at the story of the burning bush and what God says about Himself while revealing Himself to Moses. Oftentimes we make up characteristics about God or have no clue who God really is. Our belief is formed by the culture around us and how we grew up. The goal of this series is to take this story and focus on how God reveals Himself so students can have a better idea of who God is.

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Throughout this series, we will explore the burning bush moment between Moses and God, when God introduces Himself to Moses in a particular and powerful way. The culture around us has a lot of beliefs about God and the church has a lot of beliefs about God. The best way to learn and build your view of who God is and what He is like is to read what He says about Himself- right in pages of Scripture. Throughout this series, as we look at this interaction between God and Moses, I hope that you will see what God says about Himself and explore what it means for your own life.

  • Session Overview
  • What's Included

    • Any large group setting
    • Mid-week youth service
    • "Master teacher” format 


    • Session 1 – A God Who Is Set Apart and Personal (Exodus 3:4-6) | In the burning bush interaction God reveals Himself to Moses as a holy God and a personal God. 
      These characteristics would be essential for the rescue of His people from Egypt. This is good 
      news for you and me because we too need a God who is holy and set apart, but also a God who is willing to come near to rescue us from our slavery to sin.

    • Session 2 – A God Who Sees and Intervenes (Exodus 3:7-9) | The next thing God says about Himself is that He has seen and heard the cries of his people. The Hebrew people are under oppression in Egypt and are slaves to Pharaoh. But God doesn’t just see their situation, He says He’s going do something about it. This is good news for us, that as we cry out to God, we know He’s not going to leave us in our situation. He sees us, he hears us, and He desires to rescue us.

    • Session 3 – A God Who Goes with Us (Exodus 3:10-12) | God now has a task for Moses. We learned in the previous session that God is going to deliver His people and He’s going to Moses to help make that happen- but Moses isn’t on His own. When God calls us to do something for the Kingdom, He always goes with us. This is good news because when God comforts us by telling us to not be afraid, He calms that fear with His presence.

      Session 4 – A God Who Is Forever (Exodus 3:13-15) | In the last moments of this conversation God goes back to calling Himself the God of the Hebrew fathers and then proceeds to say that is His name forever. It’s a comforting moment that confirms He will always be the same God He’s been. The God that all those people have trusted is the same God that goes with Moses and the same God that offers to go with you.

  • Detailed Sermon Outlines 

    Every Sermon Series comes with detailed sermon outlines. Teach them "as is" or adapt them to suit your specific ministry context. 

    Discussion questions 

    Questions are designed to foster conversations, help students think critically about the teaching, and wrestle with how these Biblical truths impact their complicated and ever-changing lives. You can use these discussion questions to facilitate small groups after your large group teaching or even create handouts for students to work through the message as you go.

    Title and Background slides 

    These are designed to be dropped into your favorite presentation software to help you build a creative environment around your sermon. Use them as a backdrop for song lyrics, Scripture passages, teaching points, and any illustrations you choose to display.

    Artwork for promo and social media 

    Social media images, web banners, and a printable poster file are included. Perfect for newsletters, websites, social media platforms, or print them off for posters and bulletin inserts.

    Logo (including native logo design files) 

    We include a logo file and the native design files to allow you to use the logo in ways you see fit. 

    100% downloadable and adaptable

    You can download everything as soon as you finish your purchase. Nothing is shipped to you.


Overview and Sample Sermon

Overview and Sample Sermon

Download a full overview of He Is and sample the first sermon in the series.

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