Why Does God Seek to Kill Moses in Exodus 4:24?

Why Does God Seek to Kill Moses in Exodus 4:24? I answered that question on this episode of Real Truth. Real Quick.

Principles

  1. Human position, privilege, or education are not what qualify a person to be useful to the Lord. Humility and relationship to God do.
  2. The Creator God is the one who knows what is best for us. Listen to Him!
  3. The Lord was letting Moses know that He only uses holy and
    righteous people.
  4. Unrighteous people will not be used to represent a righteous God to others.
  5. God is not going to use unrighteous people who do not do what He says to judge other people.
  6. God loves us enough to keep us focused on righteousness instead of retaining us as a leader.
  7. Moses had lost his zeal for obedience to God, and the Lord was not going to use a leader like that to deliver others.
  8. When we are not serious about the righteousness of God, it’s not just God who is upset, it also hurts other people.

Scripture:
To read the full story of Moses, check out: Exodus 2-4

“Now it came about at the lodging place on the way that the Lord met
him and sought to put him to death.” Exodus 4:24

“And every male among you who is eight days old shall be circumcised
throughout your generations,…” Genesis 17:12

“…as it is written, “There is none righteous, not even one; there is none who understands, there is none who seeks for God;…” Romans 3:10-11

“What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase? May it never be! How shall we who died to sin still live in it?” Romans 6:1-2

“Then Zipporah took a flint and cut off her son’s foreskin and threw it at Moses’ feet, and she said, “You are indeed a bridegroom of blood to me.” Exodus 4:25

To read the story of Achan, go to: Joshua 7.

Please read the account of Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5:1-11

Recommended Resources:
What Does It Mean To Have A Relationship With God?

What Is A Fully Devoted Follower Of Christ?

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