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The Upper Room 11 November 2022 Devotional: The Story of Moses

The Upper Room 11 November 2022 Devotional
The Upper Room 11 November 2022 Devotional for Friday Message ||
The Story of Moses

Read The Upper Room 11 November 2022 Devotional Message by B’Kolly (Lagos, Nigeria)

TOPIC: The Story of Moses

Exodus 2:1-10

After the child had grown up, [Moses’ mother] brought him back to Pharaoh’s daughter, who adopted him as her son. She named him Moses, “because,” she said, “I pulled him out of the water.” – Exodus 2:10 (CEB)

The story of Moses reminds me of God’s grace and care. I am particularly moved by the way God saved Moses from death according to Pharaoh’s decree, keeping him in the Nile River until he was spotted and rescued by Pharaoh’s daughter. What an unlikely outcome that Pharaoh’s daughter would put aside her father’s decree, ask Moses’ mother to nurse him, and then raise Moses as her son! The appearance of Pharaoh’s daughter and her discovery of the baby were not mere coincidences; they were acts of God, part of an amazing plan to save Moses.

Moses’ story encourages us to think of all the acts of God in our own lives. It invites us to ponder how we show appreciation for God’s saving grace upon our lives and the lives of our loved ones. How do we explain God’s love for us and God’s work of salvation through Jesus Christ? The amazing acts of God are limitless.

We could never number the blessings God has provided for us. But we can trust that just as God offered grace to Moses, God will surely help and keep us.

Dear God, thank you for your love and saving grace. May we never take your presence with us for granted. Amen.

Today I will look for God’s grace in my circumstances.

Gratitude for God’s provision

The Upper Room 11 November 2022 Devotional Message. The Upper Room is a daily devotional magazine published in more than 30 languages and 100 countries around the world. The daily meditations are written by readers of the magazine and others interested in sharing their faith experiences through writing—both laity and clergy, published authors and new writers. Read More

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