What is one key verse?
“Only do not rebel against the LORD. And do not be afraid of the people of the land, because we will devour them. Their protection is gone, but the LORD is with us. Do not be afraid of them.” I’ve realized rebelling against the one person who loves and wants to protect me actually pushes myself out of alignment with Him. “Suffering” with Him is better than happiness without Him.
How does what you read change your vision of God?
Viewing God as a loving father whose sole purpose is to encourage me, changes my perspective to learning a curiosity to understand what God has in store for me. Following God doesn’t mean no pain, but gives me access to an eternal perspective.
How does what you read change your vision of yourself or others?
I know saying people’s problems aren’t a big deal doesn’t sound supportive but I believe we can lift our problems or hurts above God. We forget the healing of a season we just come out of and once again focus on the pain. Numbing us to true healing.
How will you Go With God because of this reading? (What is an action step?)
Try to find peace in the storm. Jesus and the disciples were on the boat during the storm yet Jesus had enough peace to sleep while the others were terrified. Next time when to pain comes, embrace it because God won’t let you be lost in the unknown.
Where did you see Jesus in these chapters? (What made you think about Jesus?)
When Moses was begging God to forgive the Israelites, He did just that. I think God just wants us to open our hearts and chase Him so He can roll out those sweet blessings.
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Astonishing is right! As much grief as the people have Moses, I am impressed at how he kept making intersession for them. Reminds me of Jesus.
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Bro!! Debbie and I had a similar conversation on the way up north yesterday. I found Moses boldness so sweet and his confidence in what God said and how he saw himself as Gods servant with humility something to aspire to. Thanks Donovan!!