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Slave To Myself?

God sent Moses, who wasn’t an Egyptian, to live in Egypt as an Egyptian, with the express purpose of bringing His people home from slavery and giving them a mission to show His love to a desperate world. God sent Jesus, who wasn’t a mortal, to live as a mortal, with the express purpose of bringing His people home from slavery and giving them a mission to show His love to a desperate world. Although Moses’ mission was played out in the Old Testament, and Jesus’ ushered in the New Testament, both are eerily similar. The big question remains, however. If God always gives the same mission to those He saves from slavery, then why do those He saved so often wind up serving themselves?

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves.” Philippians 2:3

In Christ,

PastorJimKilby @Kilbin8er Jim@JamesKilby.com

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