By His Great Power -Episode 193

Apr 22, 2024

The Passover is a reminder of how God can move with signs and wonders by His great power. And we must continue to remind ourselves lest we forget God and turn away from Him after a period of preparation. Let this Passover be a time of remembering, a time of expectation in our faith to see God move.

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By the time the Lord sent Moses to deliver them, the children of Israel had never seen God move. Maybe they had heard about Him in stories handed down from their fathers. But after four hundred years of slavery and oppression, they had a hard time believing the words of Moses that this God they had never known was about to deliver them. Yet God did deliver them exactly as He had promised Abraham He would.

Then after God delivered them by a mighty hand and signs and wonders, His presence continued to be with them, miraculously protecting them and sustaining them for forty years in the wilderness. So when the children of Israel were about to take the land as God had promised, Moses gave them a warning. After living in the land for a long time, it would again be easy for them to forget all that God had done for them. So they must continually tell the story from generation to generation and not lose their faith in Him.

This telling of the story is an important aspect of the Passover that we need today. I think we are too much like those Israelites, who after waiting a long time could not believe in God, or they even abandoned His ways. We too can say that we have heard the stories about God and Yeshua (Jesus). But is He our God or just the God of our fathers? And this Passover I hope that we can remind ourselves. We may be in a time of preparation when God does not seem to be moving. But He is never without His great power, and He will move when He is ready. Will we be ready?

Key Verses:

  • Genesis 46:2–4. “Go down to Egypt, for I will make you a great nation there.”
  • Genesis 15:12–16. “Your descendants will be strangers in a land.Then in the fourth generation they will return here.”
  • Exodus 12:41. “At the end of four hundred and thirty years, to the very day, all the hosts of the Lord went out from the land of Egypt.”
  • Deuteronomy 10:20–22. “Now the LORD your God has made you as numerous as the stars of heaven.”
  • Deuteronomy 4:24–34. “He will not fail you nor destroy you nor forget the covenant with your fathers which He swore to them.”
  • Deuteronomy 4:35–40. “Know that the LORD, He is God; there is no other besides Him.”


  • “Maybe it’s been a long time since we’ve seen God really overtly move on the earth or in the heavens through His power, through His determination to fulfill His Word. But He is going to move again, and we must be prepared for it.”
  • “One of the reasons God wants us to remember is so that we in our hearts can stay faithful and prepared.”
  • “Passover is preparing you for tomorrow. It’s not just talking to you about a story of yesterday.”


  1. God is always working to prepare the material world for His moving. That may take time, but that does not mean He is not a God of power and might. He will move in signs and wonders when it comes time to bring about the fulfillment of His Word in the earth.
  2. Moses came with signs and wonders when he matured and the time had come for Israel’s deliverance. Yeshua came with signs and wonders at the time that He matured and everything was ready for Him to manifest as the Messiah.

Passover teaches us that our hearts must always be prepared and be anticipating the power of God to move in our midst to fulfill His Word, His covenants, and His promises with Israel and with us as believers in Christ.


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