Chapter Two: Key #1 Which driver is most important? Selfless life

Using the example of Moses, Migdon discusses our tendency to take matters into our own hands as well as our desire for recognition from others. Knowing God had called him to deliver his people, Moses’ first attempt resulted in murdering an Egyptian. He then spent 40 years in obscurity shepherding sheep, learning God’s way of doing things. Likewise God purifies our motives so our goal is revealing God’s charactor, and not self-recognition.