A Sermon by Lia Scholl based on Exodus 1:8-14 and 3:1-15 In this morning’s text, we find the Hebrew people living in Egypt. Remember how they got there? Joseph, the favorite son of Jacob, in Canaan was thrown into a pit by his own brothers who were jealous of his fancy coat. Joseph was taken to Egypt, where he ascended to the head of food storage, and when his father and brothers ran from famine they found their forgiving brother welcoming them in Egypt. Then a new Pharaoh came to Egypt, and he did not know Joseph or the Hebrew people, and he feared them.Read More →