Deliverance is usually hindered by those who fear their own taskmasters (such is the slave mentality). Yet instead of reacting to communal pressure, Moshe understood the conflict would be resolved by a greater and mightier power.
The truth somewhat mirrors this reflection, although it is quite misunderstood. Instead of looking out there to the vastness of it all, let’s look upon ourselves to see the multiple constructs surrounding our own daily living.
Noach (Noah), a chosen one, heard the voice of the Father and did according to the Father’s will. In so doing, not only was Noach saved–his family, along with the called-out animals, were saved as well.