Sunday I preached our 2nd sermon in the series through Exodus. You can listen to that sermon here.
It was on the blessing of God in oppression.
Here is a fantastic quote from Douglas Stuart that I referenced in the sermon:
“In a fallen world, the blessings of God are often so in conflict with the prevailing corrupt values of this world’s culture that they function as a threat to those who are not aligned with God’s will. The parade example of this phenomenon is the rejection of Jesus. He was the purest example of good that the world has seen, and yet God could send him to earth with the certain knowledge that he would be put to death by people who thought they were doing the world a favor.”