The story about the Exodus gives us an account of Israel’s deliverance from captivity. Their bondage was so intense that the people cried out because of the oppression. It is now time for the descendants of those who were enslaved in Egypt to revisit the departure as they await deliverance from the land of their captivity. As we remember the first Exodus, there are lessons that we can learn from our forefathers and that lesson is that the Most High still hears the cry of Israel.
In reading Exodus 2:11-16, we see that Moses was an Israelite who grew up as a Prince of Egypt. He was raised in the very system that was oppressing his people. He looked and dressed like the Egyptians and got to enjoy some of the same things that they did. If this situation was happening today, we would say, “He was one of them. How could he be trusted”? But just like there was a set time for his brethren to be delivered, there was also a set time for him to be called out of Egypt and it just so happened that this passion to fight for one of his own propelled him into his destiny.
In Exodus 3:4-6, Moses saw an entity in the bush and then he hears a voice speaking from the bush. This is all we’re told. Moses was in the right place at the right time and little did he know that this was a divine appointment. This was not a chance meeting. This is an introduction. The Most High speaks to him (and it may very well be that an angel appeared in person for Moses to see) but based on context, YAH speaks directly. Exodus 3:7-13 continues, “And the Lord said: “I have surely seen the oppression of My people who are in Egypt and have heard their cry because of their taskmasters, for I know their sorrows.” He still hears the cry of Israel.
Moses was chosen. He didn’t feel qualified but he didn’t know that he was being prepared for this task, on the backside of the desert. He thought that he had just moved on and was now living his life, doing his thing, while his Brethren suffered in Egypt. No! YAH allowed him to escape from Egypt. He delivered him from the people, prepared him for service and sent him back to the people. Moses becomes a sent one. He was told, by YAH, to speak a word and to perform certain acts. He’s sent with power that comes out of his mouth; the power of death and life is in our tongue. Israel, it is time for us to rise up and speak to the mountains and command them to move. We have the power of the Creator of heaven and earth resting on our lips. Release that creative force He has given us. The One who has the authority has given us the authority to decree and declare some things. In Acts 7:22, we see that Moses was hand-picked by the Most High. He knew the inner workings of Egypt. He understood the system but YAH delivered him out of that mindset before sending him back to the people. Moses was learned in all of the wisdom of the Egyptians. When you’re privy to the enemy’s secrets, you are an even bigger threat.
Israel, you will have no other deliverer. No one will redeem you. He said, He told us the end from the beginning. We only have one deliverer – Yahshua. Psalm 34:17, states, “the righteous cry and the Lord heareth and delivereth them out of all their troubles.” We, Israel, have to humble ourselves, turn from our wicked ways and repent. We have to turn back to the ways and the will of the Most High. The time is at hand. We have to pay attention to the signs happening all around us. These heathens see the handwriting on the wall and now they want to go in and have a sit-down with hand-picked individuals who do not know how to refute their lies. They’re trying to control the message. No, we are not all the same – that is a lie straight from the pit of Hell. All the tribes of Israel were black, melanated people. They have tried to keep those of us who are speaking this truth contained so that our messages will not reach the masses. But look at how the Most High used their very own system and one they never suspected to send out one little link that points to a message that is turning their world upside down. So, what’s your message Israel? Don’t speak your own words, say what YAH has said. Decree what has already been written and refuse to back down. We are remembering the first Exodus in this 9-part series, so I hope that you will share this message far and wide. We want our people to know that YAH still hears the cry of Israel.
Learn more when you view part 4 of this 9-part series, Remembering the First Exodus #4 | He Still Hears the Cry of Israel.