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Letting Go (Exodus 2:1-10)

Bo Grace, July 22, 2018
Part of the series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

One of our greatest needs is a sense of security. We have a need for safety, and the familiar which can affect many different areas of life, so for most of us we have trouble letting things go. That’s why so many people have great difficulty with change. Once we find our comfort zone, that’s where we want to live. That’s where we want to stay.
But sometimes we really need to “let go.” As a matter of fact, you can’t become a child of God unless you “let go” of some things. Becoming a Christian means radical change for most people. But “letting go” is seldom easy especially when it is something you love and cherish.
The next few moments should challenge us – from a spiritual perspective to LET GO of some things.
One of the greatest illustrations of LETTING GO that God made sure was preserved in our Bible is the story of Moses and his mother.

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