Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell helps with some math. We're learning that God delivered at least a couple million people out of Egypt, and with them went several million creatures. So when God had Moses strike the Rock to provide water for His people, it must have produced a gusher!
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell continues a study in the book of Exodus. Just after God provided miraculous meat and manna, the people demanded more. So, as Bryan often says, let's put on our gospel glasses to understand the symbolism of Moses striking the Rock to bring forth water.
Many people have speculated about the taste, texture, and properties of manna. But was manna something more than just a daily portion of bread, dropped from heaven? That's what Bryan Chapell explores today on Unlimited Grace. In a message titled, "Bread from Heaven, Bryan reveals God's greater purpose for this miracle.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell unpacks the miracle of the manna, recorded in Exodus 16. This ancient account has a lot to say to us today when we're hungry and tired, looking for God to provide what we need most. It's a powerful reminder that God is our deliverer, and He will never let us down.
Today on Unlimited Grace, we have a special interview with Dr. Bryan Chapell. It's another opportunity to mine for more of God's grace in the pages of Scripture as Pastor Bryan ponders the change in our prayer life if we prayed "backwards.
When we're in trouble and feeling overwhelmed, sometimes our first thought is to just do "something.!Â So today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell invites us to look at Exodus 14 to see that God calls us to be still. We're learning to stand firm, while letting God take charge!
When a crisis hits we often wonder, "Where is God when we need Him? Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell turns to Exodus 14 to remind us that God has not taken his hand off our lives. He's still very much in control. The Bible reminds us that when we feel trapped and hopeless ... "God Makes a Way.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell continues a series in the book of Exodus. As he opens to Exodus 12, Bryan explains the significance behind the Passover feast, the Exodus from Egypt, and the grace that God put on display at Calvary.
Many people think that Passover is a holiday celebrated only by the Jewish people. But today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell opens to Exodus 12 to explain the significance between the Passover lamb and our Savior, Jesus Christ. As Christians, we have good reason to celebrate!
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell is turning to Exodus, chapters 8 and 9, to explain the real purpose behind the Egyptian plagues. It's Bryan's mission to proclaim the gospel of grace on every page of the Bible, and the Book of Exodus is no exception!
Today on Unlimited Grace, join pastor and teacher Dr. Bryan Chapell for a special interview ... when he'll addresses another important topic about living out the Christian faith. Bryan helps us look through the lens of grace to embrace more of the freedom and joy that Christ provides!
Staffs turning into snakes. Snakes swallowing snakes. A duel between Moses and Pharaoh's magicians. It is the stuff that Hollywood movies are made of! But today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell explains how these scenes are actually pictures of God's grace, designed to set men and women free from sin.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell takes us to First Corinthians 15 where the Apostle Paul gives a rock-solid defense for the resurrection of Jesus Christ. We're reminded of all those who gave their lives for the faith, and how their testimonies echo down through the ages!
Tuesday on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell opens to the Gospel of Mark to illustrate what true repentance looks like. Walking us through the story of the rich, young ruler, Bryan cautions us against relying on our own best efforts! We’re learning to rely solely on God’s unlimited grace!
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell continues a new study that reveals the gospel of grace in the book of Exodus. We're in chapters 5 and 6, where God is reminding us that He's a covenant keeper, not a contract keeper. It's a distinction that puts God's love and grace at the forefront.