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We all carry habits and hang-ups that can sometimes stop us from getting that promotion, hurt our relationships with those closest to us, or stunt our growth toward deeper levels of intimacy. You know who God is calling you to be, but sometimes wonder how you're ever going to get there. This journey through Exodus is designed to give you tools to help you break those bad habits and move you into your promised land: that place God is calling you to.
We will dive deep into Exodus 12-18, the journey out, and unearth what kept the children of Israel from reaching their dreams. After 400 years of captivity, they walked in circles for 40 years and only a few actually made it into the land flowing with milk and honey. What did they do that stopped them? Why were they unable to make it? God had so much to offer them and yet they could not break out of the same old habits, the slave mentalities, that halted their destiny.
God has a plan for your life and wants to see you reach it just like he wanted the children of Israel to reach Canaan. Similarly, we must break some habits in order to sustain the calling and develop the character along the way. So, stop walking in circles, girl, and let's reach those promises!
Women will walk away with tools and tips to break the habits that are stopping them from moving into more. By diving into the way Egyptian culture influenced the children of Israel, we can draw parallels to today's modern culture and how that may be influencing our thinking and way of life. Using hermeneutical interpretation, we will help readers to better grasp the way generational inheritance can impact "ways of life" that have just seemed normal for far too long. From personal experience, Rebecca will draw on neurology and the brain and how just because it's always been, does not mean it is God's way, and the children of Israel are a great example of that.
Women will learn more about one of the most important parts of God's story—the exodus of His children out of captivity with the world ahead of them. What stopped them? It will leave readers leaning in, asking what is stopping me?