Do you realize that the story of Moses’ birth and life mirrors that of Jesus Christ in several important ways? And from these events in history we learn quite a bit about how God saves us--both by using people and triumphing over evil--in his timing and in his way?
Slavery, persecution and suffering. These certainly aren’t things any of us would choose to go through. And if truth be told, if we had to endure them, as many people have throughout history, our first response would likely be, Why, me? So why do God’s people go through such hardships? How is it that a sovereign, all-powerful God allows this?
If you want to learn about Jesus Christ, where do you turn? Most of us would say the Gospels, and that’s right. But we can also turn to the book of Exodus, because one way or another, the entire Bible is the story of God’s salvation. And in Exodus we’ll learn about the mercy, justice, holiness, and glory of our Almighty God.
Boasting is never attractive. But have you ever noticed that, despite the fact that nobody likes a bragger, everybody brags anyway? And what about? Our brain power, our muscle power, our buying power...anything that makes us feel like we are better than someone else. But when we come to know Jesus, we humbly realize that we have nothing, except for his cross, to boast about. And for the cross we should boast eagerly.
Have you ever broken the law? We’ve all had the occasional traffic violation or parking ticket…. but many of us try to lead good lives. We go to church every week, help others. We’re not lawbreakers...or are we? The Bible says we are. In fact, we have so often broken God’s Law that we have accumulated an infinite debt to him. That infinite debt, that we could never pay back, was completely erased --- completely cleared -- on the cross at Calvary.
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