Exodus 5-10

The comfortable prosperity of God’s chosen family is reversed at the beginning of the book of Exodus. The reader soon realises that the promises of God are once again under threat, not on account of the unworthiness of Abraham’s family but on account of the opposition of Egypt’s Pharaoh. How will God now save his people and bless his people? The book of Exodus describes this mighty deliverance. Ness Hughes hosts this series of short devotionals as part of the Bible Reading strand of GrowingDisciples.