He sees our misery. He hears us crying out because of our slave drivers and He is concerned for us.
And so …
He has come down to rescue us and bring us out of the place where we are driven. Driven by those things we are slaves to.
Others expectations of us. Our expectations of us.
Our fears, anxieties, and worry.
Our failures, our disappointments, our experiences that have left us without hope, without the happiness it had promised.
Into this mess, this chaos … He came. He comes and He will come again.
He comes to meet us and comfort us, but He also comes to move us. To move us to a good and spacious land. The place He is guiding us to, the steps He is ordering before us, lead us to good. It is a desirable place. It is a spacious place; broad, roomy with plenty of width to grow, expand … and breathe.