Amen! Thank you Jake for this message of resistance! #Truth
The story of the burning bush is our call narrative. Yours and mine. It is our call to be part of the resistance. This might take a little explanation.
Moses was tending sheep. Not his sheep. His father-in-law’s sheep.
Moses was neither rich nor powerful. Adopted as an infant by Pharaoh’s daughter, he had once enjoyed status and wealth in Egypt. But now he was a fugitive hiding in the badlands.
Back in Egypt, Moses had killed a man for beating a Hebrew slave. Apparently, Moses still identified deeply with the people of his birth family. No matter the reason, he was caught red-handed and fled for the desert.
God chooses this questionable character to lead the resistance against the most powerful Empire on the planet. From the midst of a burning bush, God tells Moses, “I will send you to Pharaoh to bring my people, the Israelites, out of…
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