If you had to choose someone to save a nation from genocide, who would you choose? Someone powerful or crafty or intimidating? While that might be the logical choice, that’s not who God chose when his people were threatened by the murderous policies of Pharaoh in Egypt. Instead of bringing deliverance from a place of power and might, he brought it from a place of weakness and vulnerability. And this teaches us something about how God saves, and why he saves—even today.