Let My People Go
In Exodus 5, Moses and his brother Aaron tell Pharaoh to let the Hebrews go. Pharaoh doesn’t release them and instead tells the Hebrews to make bricks without straw. God is more interested in forming your faith than stopping your suffering.
The Book of Exodus is the story of how God saves His people from slavery in Egypt, raises up Moses, provides for them in the wilderness, and eventually delivers them to the Promised Land.