It wasn't an easy task. To work against flesh and blood isn't
easy. This was an important time in the history of Israel, Moses writing down what God had
Do you understand that we live in front of God and not man?
A certain father and son went stealing together. The father looked
left and right to make sure nobody sees them, and then went ahead to steal. His son
cautioned him, "dad, you have forgotten to look up."
When Moses came down from the mountain after he spent a long time
alone with God, he heard a noise in the camp. Joshua thought it was the noise of war, but
Moses answered that it was the noise of music. Moses walked with God. He was in tune with
God. The time alone with God had changed him to be able to discern.
Children think grandparents don't see or hear them clearly, but
they don't realize that they see and hear much more than the children think.
Can God speak to you?
Some think they must climb physical mountains like Moses, but it's
a spiritual mountain. And it's not easy to climb this mountain. When you, father, climb
this mountain, your family must climb it with you, and be drawn closer to God. And the
devil won't sit quiet when you ascend this mountain. He will do everything in his power to
It wasn't easy to do what the Levites did, but God said to them,
'by your obedience you have consecrated yourself'. In other words you have set yourself
How many of us are really different, and set apart? Do you allow
God to work through your life? Moses went to the tent of meeting to meet with God. We must
have times alone to meet with God. Remember Jacob, how he sent his family across the
brook, and then he wrestled with God (Gen 32:23-24).
Joshua stayed with Moses. Do you stay with God's people? Is your
life set apart?
It's written that afterwards God's Spirit came upon men and women
in Israel, and He blessed them. So too through your obedience others will be raised up,
blessed and filled with God's Spirit.
Many a time we don't receive because we don't ask. Jesus is
waiting. Don't waste your time. You don't have because you don't ask (James 4:2).