How God delivers His people from bondage...
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Moses: The Servant Of God
by F.B. Meyer
From F.B. Meyer's outstanding Biblical biographies series of the great men of faith, here is the story of Moses. Meyer takes us through the history of his birth, education in Egypt and, ultimately, as God's chosen leader for His people - out of slavery and to the edge of the Promised Land.
From the author's preface: "I have tried to show that Moses was a man like other men - with great qualities that needed to be developed and improved; with flaws that veined the pure marble of his character; with deficiences that had rendered him powerless but for the all-sufficient grace that he leardned to appropriate; and that he wrought his lifework by the simplicity of his faith, by communion with God, and by becoming a channel through which the Divine purpose was achieved".
Meyer states that: "You must be brought to an end of yourself before God can begin with you. But once you have come to that point, there is no limit to what may be wrought during a single life by the passage through it of His eternal power and Godhead". He goes on to say: "The I AM is God of the living - passing through our crowded thoroughfares, brooding over our desert spaces, and seeking hearts which are still enough from their own plannings and activities to listen. The main point for each of us is to be able to answer His summons with the response, 'Here I am'".
One of the greatly loved preachers of his day, Frederick Brotherton Meyer was a pastor, author, Bible teacher and evangelist. He was born in London in 1847 and grew up in a Christian home. In 1895 he went to Christ Church in London, with only 100 attending. Within two years he was preaching regularly to over 2,000. He remained there for fifteen years and then began a ministry of conference preaching and evangelism, traveling to South Africa and the Far East on mission endeavours. He returned to England to pastor for several years before he died in 1929.
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