A man from the house of Levi married a daughter of Levi and hid his son in the Nile. Pharaoh’s daughter bathed in the Nile and when she saw a basket, she had her maid bring it to her (Ex. 2:1-5). God uses humble beginnings to create your destiny.
The mother of the baby in the basket nursed him and received wages from Pharaoh’s daughter. The child grew and the baby's mother brought him to Pharaoh’s daughter to become her son. She named him Moses, “because I drew him out of the water” (Ex. 2:6-10). God sovereignly orchestrates circumstances to create your destiny.
Moses grew up an Egyptian, but he looked on his Hebrew brothers’ hard labor and saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew. Moses killed the Egyptian when no one was looking and hid him in the sand. When Moses saw two Hebrews fighting against each other, he said to the offender, “Why are you striking your companion?” He said, “Who made you a prince or judge over us? Are you intending to kill me, as you killed the Egyptian?” Moses was afraid and when Pharaoh heard of this matter, he tried to kill Moses. Moses fled from Pharaoh and dwelled in Midian and sat down by a well (Ex. 2:11-15). God redeems all your experiences to create your destiny.
A priest of Midian had seven daughters and they came to draw water for their father’s flock. He delivered them from the shepherds and watered their flock. Their father, Reuel, encouraged them to invite Moses for a meal. Reuel gave his daughter, Zipporah, to Moses. She gave birth to Gershom, for he said, "I have been a sojourner in a foreign land" (Ex. 2:16-22). God protects your life in the midst of hardship to create your destiny.
The Egyptian king died and Israel sighed because of her bondage. Their cry for help rose up to God who heard their groaning and remembered His covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. God saw the sons of Israel and took notice with intimate knowledge of them (Ex. 2:23-25). God matches your life preparation with peoples’ needs to create your destiny.
Journal how God has used the events of your life to mold your destiny. Ask Him for wisdom concerning how He is using your present circumstances to create your destiny.