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In today’s episode, we take another look at the faith of Moses. This time, we’ll deal with his faith as related to the first Passover. The story is found in Exodus chapter 3 and it contains one of the most powerful illustrations of faith as belief in action. Moses would demonstrate that it is one thing to say you have faith in God, but a completely different thing to put shoe leather to that faith by stepping out and doing what God has called you to do ? no matter how strange it may sound. Sometimes God asks us to do the impossible and improbable. But faith believes and acts on that belief, trusting God enough to obey Him.