Psalms 105:26 He sent Moses, his servant, and Aaron, whom he had chosen...
think about it.
When God's people were in Egypt, what help did He send (105:26-27)? What purpose did the plagues serve in God's plan (105:28-38)? How do you see God provide for His people (105:39-45)? How have you seen God provide for you in dark days? What has your worship been like as a result?
If you haven't spent a lot of time in Exodus lately or you just want to brush up on the story of the Israelites leaving Egypt, then Psalm 105:26-44 is a great read. These verses give us a quick, but comprehensive, look at the story of Moses leading the Israelites out of captivity to the promised land. Now this is truly an amazing story. And what captured my attention was God and how His greatness was evident and displayed in every detail.
So what did learn about God from Psalm 105:26-44? How can we use this passage to help strengthen our relationship with, and trust in, the Lord? Tami W.
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