Moses went before Pharaoh, and from this point forward we see unquestioned obedience on his
part. Total obedience is really recognition of God’s absolute sovereignty, and this is what Moses
The complete obedience of Moses is also seen in Exodus 7:10: “And Moses and Aaron went in
unto Pharaoh, and they did so as the Lord had commanded.” Verse 20 emphasizes the same
theme: “And Moses and Aaron did so, as the Lord commanded.”
Twelve times God gave the orders, and twelve times Moses and Aaron did as God said. Miracles
began to happen one after another as they gave unquestioned obedience to the Lord.
This teaches us that we must be where God wants us to be at the time He wants us to be there,
and we must do what He says if we expect to see things happen. As the believer desires to act and
obey, he will see God work mightily in and through him.
Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar
treasure unto me above all people (Ex. 19:5).