Here I Am, Don’t Send Me

“God heard the groaning, and God remembers His covenant with Abraham, with Isaac, and with Jacob. And God looked upon the children of Israel, and God acknowledged them” (Exodus 2:24, 25). Let’s be clear.  God never forgets. It is just that God’s ways are not man’s ways.  God does not always work as we wouldContinue reading “Here I Am, Don’t Send Me”

The Bush that Would Not Burn

Moses spent forty years as a shepherd in Midian (see Acts 7:23 and Exodus 7:7). During the many days and nights in the field, while tending sheep, he no doubt meditated on the things of God. I am sure he must have prayed for his people who were suffering in Egypt. I have often foundContinue reading “The Bush that Would Not Burn”

Moses’s – Re-Education

I appreciate how the Bible presents both the successes and failures of the people portrayed throughout its pages.  The Bible’s heroes often failed just like we do. Moses was born of a humble existence to parents of a people enslaved by Egypt, and as a baby, was condemned to die. The order had been givenContinue reading “Moses’s – Re-Education”