Day Nine – Written by Pastor Alex Santiago
Biblical Example: Moses (Exodus 14)
Prayer Focus: Local Leaders and Officials
In Exodus 3, God called Moses to be the leader to bring the Hebrews out of Egyptian bondage, but Moses was unsure about himself and this call.
He had questions. He asked, “Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” (Exodus 3:11)
Then, God reminded Moses of a few key truths regarding his purpose:
“I will be with you.” (Exodus 3:12)
“Because I am sending you, I will finish the work.”
In spite of these truths, Moses still had doubts and questioned both himself and God. But for every question, every doubt, and every obstacle, God always had an answer.
Later on, when the Hebrews found themselves trapped between the Red Sea and the Egyptian army, they questioned whether God would be able to deliver them. But Moses was now able to tell them what God told him: “Fear not! Stand firm! And see the salvation of the Lord today!” (Exodus 14:13)
For every person who didn’t believe, God showed Himself as true. We are called to lead those around use to the truth of who God really is.
He is still a way maker, miracle worker, and a promise keeper.