Handle the problem-3

Exodus 14:15 “And the LORD said unto Moses, Wherefore criest thou unto me? speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward”
Exodus 14:16 “But lift thou up thy rod, and stretch out thine hand over the sea, and divide it: and the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea.”
Moses, the great leader, rushed back to God; but rather than pray, he started weeping!
The man they ran to became overwhelmed with the problem as well and all he did was cry. When you see your leader cry in a challenging situation, I am sure you will also lose heart or faint. That is man for you. Man is limited!
But then, the first thing God told Moses was why the tears? God seems to be saying to him, “This is not a crying matter”. Beloved, in the face of challenges, tears from self-pity will only give you headache but will not solve the problem.
I understand that we are humans and our emotions can get the better of us, but then summon up courage and get back on your feet quickly!
Once you switch to the crying mode, you demonstrate frustration and hopelessness and shut off your brain from thinking straight. You even prevent your spirit from picking divine signals. Don’t give the devil license to rejoice over you, you are not a laughing stock!
The first thing to do is to calm down and ask God for the right actions and steps to take to combat the problem. Wipe those tears off your face, it’s time to take action!
After that, God said to Moses, tell them to go forward! The word forward here is translated to mean, “Start on a journey”, “March forward and onward”. It means to attack the problem! March or run towards the red sea!
Exodus 14:15 “God said to Moses: “Why cry out to me: Speak to the Israelites. Order them to get moving” (MSG)
God said “Get moving”, your appearance is supposed to scare and send cold shivers into the opposition not the other way round!
To be continued…
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