Let My People Go. Part 1.

Exodus 3: 7-10; 8:1.
God was not joking with this statement, that is why the statement was repeated 7 times in the book of Exodus. God even added2 times that if you will not let them go, Exodus 8:21; 10:4. And Exodus 5:1; 7:16; 8:1; 8:20; 9:1; 9:13; 10:3.

There are a lots to learn from this statement. E.g
>My people do not belong to this place, it is condition that make crayfish bend.
>Their time of slavery has expired.
>They deserve freedom.
>Their time of punishment has ended.
>They have cried to me for help. etc
The Lord said I have seen the affliction of my people who are in Egypt and I have heard their cry because of their taskmasters.

Egypt is a land of captivity for Israelites. No matter how rich you are in a strange land, it will be hard before they can make you their king. Bible says Jesus has made us kings and priests. How can you be a king when you are in captivity land. You need to go out of slavery land. You a relocation to your domain.
Watch out for part 2.
God bless you all.


Bunmi Ademola said…
We shall be delivered in Jesus name

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