In this series, we will follow the life of Moses. He was known as a friend of God (Ex.11:33). Deut. 34:10 says, “There has never been another prophet in Israel like Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face.” But Moses was also known as a servant of God. In Joshua 1:2, God tells Joshua, “Moses my servant is dead.” Hebrews 3 describes how Moses faithfully served God. Jesus commented to his disciples in John 15:14, “You are my friends if you do what I command.” Could it be that friendship has responsibility? Could it be that when we seek to be God’s servant that we could accomplish what God has planned for us? As we follow Moses in this series, he can act as a model for us in our relationship with God.
June 27, 2020 at 7:13 AM
God is not just the God of the new beginning—he is also the God of the entire pilgrimage of his people. He has done miracles to get them out of Egypt and across the Red Sea. There are 600,00 men, as well as their wives and children, on a journey into the desert. First God provides fresh water. This incident was a testing. Now the people want bread and meat. Would His people give Him total obedience? Will they listen to His voice or not? What do we do when we are tested?