"THE FINGER OF GOD"

When Moses was working to gain freedom for the children of Israel, who were bound in service to Pharaoh in Egypt, he performed a succession of wonders. After each of the first evidences of God's control, the magicians apparently duplicated Moses' acts. But finally these necromancers came to the point of defeat in their efforts to imitate. They then went to Pharaoh and, referring to Moses' superior accomplishments, said (Ex. 8:19), "This is the finger of God."

In this situation, material and esoteric means and methods had to concede their limitations, their impotence, in the face of a greater—a supreme authority.

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