365 Key Chapters of the Bible: Exodus 6

This entry is part 61 of 62 in the series 365 Key Chapters of the Bible

Do you know the saying, “I’m at the end of my rope”? We say this when we reach the end of our resources or abilities and can no longer handle the situation. This is most likely how Moses felt after Pharaoh increased the Israelite slaves’ work instead of setting them free. His name became accursed to those whom he sought to free. But God reassures Moses and reminds him of Who He is and what He has promised. He will provide for Moses and get the glory for defeating Pharaoh.

God is faithful. Sometimes it takes us coming to the end of our rope to realize that we need to trust and lean into to the One Who does not fail.

This session is part 61 of the 365 Key Chapters of the Bible series, based on Ken’s Handbook to Scripture. 

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