Great is thy faithfulness by Thabile Khumalo

When God sent out Moses to go and rescue Israel from Egypt. He was doubting himself of the capability to achieve such. Because of this doubt, he kept asking God many questions which He continued to answer. He was the chosen for the assignment. The worst part of it is that he had no relationship with God, and so struggled to understand what made God sure that what He was calling him to do was a possibility for him to do.

But Moses asked God, “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?”. “I will surely be with you,” God said, “and this will be the sign to you that I have sent you: When you have brought the people out of Egypt, all of you will worship God on this mountain.” – Exodus 3:12

Indeed, when they had been fully rescued from the Egyptians, scripture says in Exodus 15, they worshiped the Lord on that very mountain as the Lord had previously declared to Moses. That was another proof to Moses and the Israelites of how faithful God truly is.

In February, I found myself deep in a battle I had no idea if and when I would be able to overcome. A lady friend of mine reminded me of the faithfulness of God in His promises. That every battle we find ourselves in, is already won.

This reminded me that whenever God sees us through battles, our response to that should be to always worship Him for His faithfulness.

May this short ministry remind you of the love and faithfulness of God as did for me.

Published by exoduschristianmag

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One thought on “Great is thy faithfulness by Thabile Khumalo

  1. Thank you my heavenly Father for your faithfulness. You make crooked paths straight. Your presence in our situation is manifested and your power is released; making us overcomers and more than conquerors. This is awesome testimony! Thank you for sharing. Thabs, may God bless you.
    From Prince Kanda

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