Sunday, July 13, 2008

Making Sense of Moses

Moses is great example of the Christian life. Before his encounter with God, he tried to right the wrongs he saw in the flesh. He figured that the best way to stop Egyptians from enslaving his people was to kill Egyptians. It didn't work. Then he found some Hebrews arguing and tried to set them straight. Then he was found out, and had to flee. Moses had passion, skill and the right idea, but God wasn't central.
Man since the fall does not come equipped with God-centeredness. It has to be given to him. Praise the Lord that he is ready, willing and able to do just that. When Moses got commissioned and went to Pharaoh, then miracles happened. God brought about a powerful deliverance, and

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