The Power of the Outcry

Slavery was a stark contrast from the days of Goshen. Yet Israel was taken from fruitful Goshen to the workhouses of Pharoah, who knew not Joseph. Their sighs and cries rose up to heaven. Then from the desert, God appeared in the fire to Moses. He said: “Their cry has risen up to me. I have heard.” We know the rest of the story. There is a silent outcry going up to God. God’s servants have been taken from “Goshen” and are now servants to the task master called Mammon. Many today spend over half their time securing finances from … Continue reading The Power of the Outcry