God has a purpose for everything He does, including the promotion of individuals. According to the Bible, God promotes people in order to fulfill His purpose and to help others. This is exemplified by the stories of Moses and David, two individuals who were promoted by God for the greater good.
In Exodus, we see that Moses was a fugitive running from Pharaoh after committing murder. However, by the time we reach Exodus 7:1, God says to Moses, “See, I have made thee a god to Pharaoh…”. God promoted Moses so that he could deliver the nation of Israel from slavery in Egypt. Similarly, God chose David to be king of Israel even though he was considered irrelevant by many at the time. By the time God had promoted David, he used him to deliver a nation from a terrorist attack.
God promotes individuals for a specific purpose, and that purpose is to help others fulfill their own destinies. Those who are promoted have an obligation to serve others and to help them achieve their own goals. This is why many people who are promoted end up starting churches, businesses, or organizations that help others.
The Bible tells us in Ezekiel 22:30 that God sought just one man to stand between Him and the people so that He would not destroy their nation, but found none. This reminds us that we should be willing to help others when God promotes us. If we are willing to help others, then God will find us worthy of promotion.
In conclusion, we should always remember that God has a plan for each and every one of us. When we are promoted, it is not for our own personal gain, but rather to serve and help others. So, let us always strive to fulfill our purpose in life by serving and helping others, and let us remember that when God promotes us, it is for a reason.
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