In the book of Exodus, we read that God called Moses to lead His people out of slavery. Moses was “set apart” by God to lead His people (who were also “set apart”) out of Egypt.
As they were leaving Egypt, Pharaoh sent his army after them, which lead to one of the most well-known miracles in the Bible (the parting of the Red Sea). But the verse we need to highlight is this: “The Lord will fight for you; you need only be still” (Exodus 14:14).
Moses reminded the Israelites that God is faithful and that He would fight for them. For us modern readers, we are constantly pointed to Jesus as we read the Bible and reminded of his faithfulness. He is the G.O.A.T.!
So… what “battle” do you need Jesus to fight for you? Do you have confidence in him? Do you trust in him?
Sermon preached on February 6, 2022.