I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.~Exodus 20:2 NIV
God was faithful to bring the Hebrews out of Egypt, where they had been enslaved for 400 years by the Egyptians.
We all, at one time or another, are enslaved in our own Egypt. Our Egypt may be an addiction or a habit. It could even be bitterness or envy or any number of things. Regardless of what it is, at some time or another, we are enslaved by something.
When we ask Jesus into our lives, God changes our hearts and brings us out of our Egypt. When we are saved by His grace, we become His. Exodus 20:2 tells us He is our God. And if He is our God, then we are His – forever and eternally.
Think of your personal Egypt. Have you asked Jesus to forgive you? He is willing.
Father God, You are faithful. Thank You for your wonderful gift of forgiveness and salvation, and for rescuing me out of my personal Egypt.
In the holy name of Jesus, amen.
Genre: Biblical non-fiction
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