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The Old Testament book of Exodus spans 81 years, and tells the story of Israel through Moses’ eyes. When this book was penned, the pyramids already existed, and Egypt was renowned for their sciences, literature, art, religion and long established customs.
It is interesting to think of the first ones who would have read or heard the accounts of Exodus. Most likely, it was the children and grandchildren of the slaves who dared to leave Egypt with Moses. Their parents and grandparents made the impossible journey, and with Moses crossed beyond the sea into the wilderness. Now, this throng of people stood on the verge of entering the Promised Land of Canaan. Still they faced difficult choices, with seemingly no easy way to go.
The book of Exodus tells of many other events in the lives of these same people:
By now you may ask, “So, what does this have to do with me anyway?”
So many around us are at an impasse; life seems like gridlock! Does this describe you or someone you love? So what DO you do, and where DO you find encouragement?
The Bible says:
This sentence is a paraphrase of I Corinthians 10:13. Write it on a card, putting your name in the blank spaces:
____________ can trust God. He will not let ______________ be tested more than he/she can stand. But when ______________is tested, He will also make a way out so that ________________ can bear it.
Be sure to keep this in a place where you can read it often.
Lyrics of a brief chorus says it this way:
God Will Make A Way
God will make a way,
By Anita Onarecker Wood, Christian Minister and Author