Read: Exodus 3:7-10

As we meditate on this story of liberation, we’re compelled to consider the various forms of ‘slavery’ or sin from which God has freed us. The ‘Egypt’ in our lives can take many forms: addictions, fear, destructive habits, or even negative mindsets. These ‘enslavements’ bind us, just as the Israelites were bound in Egypt, preventing us from experiencing the fullness of life that God intends for us.

Reflecting on our own journey of faith, we can undoubtedly identify moments where God intervened, breaking the chains that held us captive. Maybe it was a profound experience or a gradual process. Perhaps it was through a community of believers, a message that spoke to our hearts, or a quiet realization in a moment of prayer. Each story of deliverance is a testament to God’s unfailing love and power.

Yet, the journey doesn’t end with one act of deliverance. Like the Israelites who journeyed through the wilderness after leaving Egypt, we too may find areas in our lives where we still seek liberation. It’s a continual process of trusting God, of allowing Him to lead us into greater freedom and wholeness.

Today, let’s take a moment to acknowledge the ways God has moved in our lives. Let’s celebrate the victories, big and small, and also recognize the areas where we still yearn for His liberating touch. God’s desire is to lead us out of every ‘Egypt,’ to bring us into a place of spiritual freedom and abundance.

Reflection Questions:

  • What ‘enslavements’ or struggles have you been delivered from?
  • How did you experience God’s deliverance?
  • What forms of deliverance do you still seek?