The epic story of Exodus is unforgettable. Moses looks at a weary, enslaved people and commands them to “stand and see the salvation of the Lord”.
That salvation is nothing short of breathtaking. In the midst of systemic slavery and oppression, God sends plagues – rivers of blood, invasions of frogs, utter darkness, and even death. Pursued by their oppressor, God sends His people to a dead end at the Red Sea – only to open the sea and bring them safely to freedom on dry land.
Exodus story is an ancient story with contemporary parallels. This Easter season, we dig deeper into Exodus to discover new clarity in the story of Jesus Christ and new insight into our own lives. Together, we will “stand and see the salvation of the Lord”.