We’re afraid of silence. It unsettles, makes us insecure, afraid. But no silence unsettles like the silence of God. Scripture consoles us that God is a not silent. He reveals Himself, is knowable. Yet at times He seems silent.  What then?

God’s people were oppressed in Egypt under the hand of a xenophobic, genocidal Pharaoh.   God’s promises were unfolding as he blessed the people with children yet as their blessing increased, so did persecution and adversity.   But God did not deliver them.   Why does God allow times of adversity and suffering in the lives of his people?  We all ask this and many experience this personally.   Join us this week as we examine Exodus 1:8-14 and wrestle with the question of why God sometimes appears silent.