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Today’s episode is based on Hebrews 11, verses 24-26 and deals with Moses. The great emancipator of God’s people. Moses, as we have already seen, was spared a death as decreed by Pharaoh. His parents, acting out of faith in God, placed their infant son in a papyrus basket and set him afloat on the Nile. Discovered by Pharaoh’s daughter, Moses would grow up the royal court. But the day would come when he would reject his royal pedigree and choose instead to suffer with the people of God. And according to the author of Hebrews, he did so by faith.