How To Get Free, Stay Free And Set Others Free
by Eric Elder
Fifty inspiring devotionals based on one of the most dramatic, yet practical books of the Bible.
Exodus is one of the most dramatic books in the Bible. Feature films have told various stories from the book of Exodus, ranging from Cecil B. Demille’s epic, The Ten Commandments,to DreamWorks’ animated, The Prince of Egypt,to Stephen Spielberg’s classic, Raiders of the Lost Ark.
But what I like most about the book of Exodus is not how dramatic it is, but how practical it is.
I began this study at a time when I wanted to expand my own ministry. I wanted to learn how God used Moses to set hundreds of thousands of people free. I thought I might learn a few lessons for how God might use me to set others free, too.
I was right. But instead of finding one or two lessons, I found fifty!
I began applying these lessons to my own life and ministry and began to see results immediately. These are the lessons that I’ll be sharing with you throughout this book―lessons from stories that are over 3,000 years old, and lessons from from my own life today; lessons that include some of my favorite Bible stories, and lessons that include some of my favorite personal stories of my own walk with God.
God wants to set you free. He wants to keep you free. And He wants to use you to set others free. May God bless you―and many others―as you read and apply these lessons to your life.
P.S. I’ve included a Scripture Reading with each devotional that I encourage you to read in your own Bible as well as reading my devotional. It’s a great way to hear directly from God about subjects in your life that I may not have touched upon in my devotional, and when you’ve read all of the Scripture Readings, you’ll have also read through the entire book of Exodus. (In this online version, I’ve also included a video discussion of each lesson with a group of guys that met weekly to talk about what we were reading. I hope you enjoy this extended look at some of these rich passages from one of the most dramatic, yet practical books in the Bible).