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God Will Use His Power To Deliver You

Exodus 3_20

The Power Of The Lord 1

But I will use my power and will punish Egypt by doing terrifying things there. After that he will let you go. Exodus 3:20

Some humans will never release their slaves and prey except God steps in to intervene with His mighty, glorious power. We must never look down on the power of the Lord. Pharaoh is a typical example – He was stubborn until God’s power overcame his own power.

And I will bring judgment on all the gods of Egypt. I am the LORD. Exodus 12:12

Humans who have captured other humans as spiritual or physical slaves exploit and benefit from their slaves. They never willingly let go because they do not want to loose the gains that they obtain from their wicked exploits. When God steps in with His mighty power to execute judgement on slave masters and their gods they will have no choice but to release their victims.

Never pity your slave master or Pharaoh whether physical or spiritual. Love them but do not pity them for the sake of remaining their slaves. When you do that, you become like the kidnap victims who end up falling in love with their captors even when their captors mean them serious harm. That is a form of self harm. Love your enemies, but do not remain their slaves. Fight for your freedom. Pray for deliverance and God will use His power to defeat your enemies and exploiters.

 

 

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8 Comments

  1. fud4sewl says:

    I receive the fullness of this message in Jesus Name!!! Thank you 🙏🏿

    • laurabon says:

      Thank you so much for the beautiful response. May God’s grace and favor always be with you 🙏❤️❤️❤️

  2. This is very powerful and very true for people in so many different situations. 😊

  3. gitardood says:

    Looking at Ex.3, in my Hebraic Bible (translated from Hebrew to English) I like how when Moses asks who he should say sent him, he was told “EHYAH ASHER EHYAH’ which is I AM THAT I AM and I WILL BE. Then He gives Moshe his name, YHVH, (due to the Hebrew language not having vowels some spell YAHUAH, YAHWEH, or mostl likely, YEHOVAH). Then Moshe is told “this is My name that command to be remembered by thru all generations”. Recently I learned another passage which is, “ASHER HAYAH V’HOVEH V’YAVO” – it means WHO WAS AND WHO IS AND WHO IS TO COME. I just thought I’d add a nugget from that chapter.

  4. gitardood says:

    reblogged with added commentary @ gitardood.wordpress.com

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