Numbers 13 explains how Moses sent 12 spies into the Promised Land to report what the land, people and produce was like. 10 come back and tell the Israelites that there is no way they can take the land because the people are huge, very numerous and have fortified cities. Only Joshua and Caleb bring […]Read More The Importance Of Perspective
Last week I wrote about how Moses was called and how he had his eyes on himself and not on God (see here). When I read about this in Exodus 3-4, I was also struck by how God reveals different aspects of himself as he demonstrates to Moses that he is the Almighty God. As […]Read More Seeing God’s Nature in the Call of Moses
In Exodus 3-4 God calls Moses to go to Egypt and rescue the Israelites. The Lord Almighty does this by speaking to him out of a bush, revealing wonders of who he is and demonstrating his power through signs. Yet during this incredible encounter with God, Moses does not focus on the wonder and majesty […]Read More Lessons From Moses: Are Your Eyes On You or God Today?
I often come to God in prayer and begin straight away with requests and petitions. I was therefore struck by a tweet that I saw earlier in the week where Terry Virgo is reflecting on John 15:9: “Abide in my love” must require our spending time (each day) simply enjoying the wonder that he loves […]Read More Abide in My Love