This passage speaks of issues such as infant mortality, access to healthcare, affordable housing, economic justice, and the end of violence. If these issues sound political, it’s because they are.
You see, people like pharaoh don’t like to be told that they aren’t the final word on everything. When political figures like him don’t get their way, they tend to throw temper tantrums. They dig in their heals, they cross their arms across their chest, they get grumpy, and they lash out and everybody and everything. Nothing is ever their fault and everyone else is to blame. If they don’t get their way, they’re willing to burn the whole place to the ground on their way out.
According to this passage, the Christian narrative is nothing if it is not about restorative justice.