God placed Moses in Egypt to deliver the Israelites from Pharaoh. In Exodus 2: 11-22, Moses saw two people fighting and he took the law into his own hands and killed the Egyptian, leaving the Israelites. When Pharaoh was looking for him to kill him because of the crime he has committed. He fled from Egypt to Midian. He immediately lost track of where his destiny lies when he was ruled by anger. He did not submit his ways before the Lord and he did things his own way. God being God, He still used him after he had prepared him in Midian by taking care of sheep. He grew out of his anger and depended on God solely. He learned how to be compassionate, meek, and not to rely on his own strength but God’s so that he could lead the Israelites out of Egypt. God always straightens our way in preparation for what he wants to use us for.