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Some of the main points I took away from this lesson:
God’s supernatural provision for humanity is most recognizable when we find ourselves in a wilderness devoid of self-sufficiency. – Beth MooreOur own insufficiencies are only invitations to experience the super natural sufficiency of a universally powerful, personally responsible God. – Beth Moore
In Deuteronomy 4:32-40, we learn about several ways God revealed Himself to Israel.
- They heard the voice of God speaking in the fire.
- He took for Himself a nation by trials, signs, wonders, war, a mighty hand, and outstretched arms.
- He let them hear his voice.
- He brought them from Egypt by His great power.
- he drove out nations greater and mightier than them and gave them their land as an inheritance.
God intervenes for His people.
He goes before us, follows behind us, safely inside the realm of His protection . . . Everything God did with Israel in the realm of the seen, He does with us in the realm of the unseen . . . The same God who made His presence known to the Israelites in their wilderness is just as fully Jehovah-Shamma, “the Lord is present”, in ours. – Beth MooreGod reveals Himself victoriously to those who allow Him.
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