Bible Study: The Moses Deliverance




Bible Study: The Moses Deliverance


A Moses deliverance is a type of deliverance in which a person is removed from the problematic situation and compensated for being in it. 



We can see classical examples of this type of deliverance from the following events in the life of Moses:

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Pharaoh King of Egypt commanded his people to throw every Israelite baby boy into the river and let every baby girl live. (Exodus 1:22) It is in this background that Jochebed and her husband Amram were blessed with a baby boy. When she saw that he was a beautiful child, Jochebed hid Moses for 3 months. (Exodus 2:1)

When she could not hide him anymore, Jochebed made an ark of reeds for Moses, coated it with asphalt and pitch to make it waterproof and put him inside it. She then hid the ark with baby Moses in the reeds along the river bank. (Exodus 2:3)

One day Pharaoh's daughter saw the floating ark and sent her maid to get it. When she opened it, she saw Moses, he wept and she had compassion on him. (Exodus 2:5-6)

A young Hebrew girl appeared and asked her if she could get a Hebrew woman to nurse the baby for her and Pharaoh’s daughter consented without questioning. (Exodus 2:7-8) The young Hebrew girl, who happened to be Moses' sister Miriam, went and called their mother.

Pharaoh's daughter then commanded Jochebed saying, "Nurse this child for me and I will pay you." (Exodus 2:9) Jochebed then took her biological son Moses, nursed him and when he grew older, brought him to Pharaoh's daughter to be raised as her adopted son. (Exodus 2:10)





Pharaoh's daughter named Amram and Jochebed's son Moses which means drawn out because she drew him out of the waters of the Egyptian river. (Exodus 2:10) Since water sometimes symbolizes trouble in the Bible, this Egyptian princess also drew Moses out of the troubles the Israelites were facing in Egypt at that time because they were slaves for she brought him up in the palace as a prince.

Thus Moses received a Moses Deliverance because he was drawn out of the problem of being killed because he was a Hebrew baby boy and he was compensated for being in that problematic situation since he was brought up in the palace as a prince.

Jochebed also received a Moses Deliverance because she was saved from the problem of having her child killed because of Pharaoh's command and compensated for having that problem by being paid to nurse him.

Therefore when you are in a problematic situation that is not of your own doing, pray and ask God to grant you a Moses deliverance that will result in you being removed from the troubling situation and also being paid for being in the problem.

When you pass through the waters, I will be with you and when you pass through the rivers, they shall not overflow you. (Isaiah 43:2)



To be able to persevere in the problematic situation until God delivers you, believe that God is with you for He promises us, "When you pass through the waters, I will be with you and when you pass through the rivers, they shall not overflow you." (Isaiah 43:2) Therefore cling onto this Promise of God by believing that God is with you and you shall not drown in the problems.


For your shame you shall have double honor. And for confusion they shall rejoice in their portion. Therefore in their land they shall posses double and everlasting joy shall be theirs. (Isaiah 61:7)



To help you wait expectantly for God to grant you a Moses Deliverance, believe that God will compensate you for He promises us saying, “For your shame you shall have double honor. And for confusion they shall rejoice in their portion. Therefore in their land they shall posses double and everlasting joy shall be theirs.” (Isaiah 61:7) Therefore clutch onto this Promise of God by believing that God will cause you to be compensated for the humiliating trouble you are experiencing.







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