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God’s Patience in Our Doubts

A commentary on Exodus 4

Photo by Tyler Milligan on Unsplash

Good morning and welcome to another Biblit! Last week we read about God calling Moses to the job of a lifetime. He is to be the intermediary between God and His people as the Lord frees Israel from bondage. This week is the beginning of the crazy struggle that takes place before Israel can be freed. Let’s jump into this commentary on Exodus 4!

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David J. Meyer

David J. Meyer

Husband. Writer. Founder of Biblit. Creator of short stories, poetry, blogs, and more. More info at: davidjmeyer.press

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