By: Kwaku Peprah Adjei
Theme: My Will, Your way
Text: Exodus 2: 24-25
God heard their groaning and he remembered his covenant with Abraham, with Isaac and with Jacob. So God looked on the Israelites and was concerned about them.
Moses was born in a season where the government policies were against children. All male children had to die, and as such he should have. His mother realising how special he was kept him for three months and then put him on the River Nile in a basket.
Irrespective of the policies, God still made a way for Moses to be accepted into Pharoah’s palace. Pharoah’s daughter, coming to bath at that time, felt pity for Moses and picked his up. Moses was nursed by his mother and then returned back to the palace where he spent more than two decades of his life. However, upon reaching about forty years, he possibly discovered he could save the Israelites. He wanted to d that his own way. As such, he killed the Egyptian and buried him. This actually led him to spend another forty years in the wilderness as a shepherd before finally embarking on what he was passionate about.
God has a purpose, but it is lived in his time. It was Moses’ predestined assignment to deliver the people. However, God was not going to allow him to do it his way, but in His way. If you know your assignment, then seek God’s timeline in accomplishing it.
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