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Let me pass through your land. We will not turn aside into fields or vineyards; we will not drink water from wells. We will go by the King’s Highway until we have passed through your territory.” Numbers 21:22

Israel was on its way to Canaan under the Lord guidance. The long journey was coming to its end.. Humbly, Moses made a request to Sihon, king of the Amorites: that the Israelites might pass through the territory of the monarch. This king had quarreled with the king of Moab and taken a big part of his land from him. We understand that he did not take any more land because the Moabite king had given him young men and women of Moab.

Moses’ request was far from being a danger to Sihon. The servant of God declared that they would remain on the main road until they left that kingdom. But perhaps because of vanity due to the fact he defeated the king of Moab, the Amorite prevented Moses from taking the shortcut. Moreover, he called all his people together and he was willing to destroy Israel. He just forgot one detail: no one can touch the Lord’s people.

Moses’ assurance and humility in asking for permission was completely disregarded by king of Moab. So much so that he confronted the Israelites. However, Sihon disregarded that the Lord is truly God and fights for those that belong to Him. Now, the god of Moab was a wicked devil who did not deliver his own (Numbers 21:29).

Quite easily, Israel smote the Amorites with the edge of the sword. Consequently, the lands that the king of this people had taken from the Moabite king became part of Israel´s inheritance. None of this was part of Moses’ plans, but since Sihon faced them, they had to defend themselves. Then, another Amorite king, Og, felt threatened by Israel, and instead of offering peace, he attacked the Israelites. He was defeated as well (Numbers 21:35). Halleluiah!

It is impossible for anyone to meddle in the divine plan and come out unscathed. Those who threatened the lives of God’s chosen ones paid a high price for their audacity. So it will be to the very end. The Most High watches over those who belong to Him. Therefore, we must not fear tomorrow, as long as we are serving the Lord. The promises of the Almighty about us say that touching us is like touching the apple of His eye (Zechariah 2:8). God is truly the Lord!

In the beginning of  Moses’ journey, there was a Pharaoh who persecuted the Israelites and tried to destroy them in the sea, which was opened by the divine hand. However, as soon as the last Israelite stepped on the beach on the other side, the water barrier fell apart on top of Pharaoh and his army. Surely it would have been better to bless the children of God and be blessed by Him! The wicked ignores the God who watches over His servants. Anyone who raises a hand against the holy people will pay a high price.

Seek to be in communion with the Most High, praying for Him to reveal His will to you. When you understand it, begin to fulfill it with all your heart. The heavenly Father will never let His children be tormented by the enemy.

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord, Protector of Your servants! The Amorite king did not know that it was simply unacceptable trying to touch those who belong to You.  However, he discovered this too late. The moment he stood up against Israel, he sealed his sad fate.

Og, another Amorite king did the same thing. When he attacked Your servants, he realized that he had also committed his biggest mistake. No one can do harm to Yours and come out unpunished, for Your justice comes quickly.

Contemplate the nations that persecute those who carry out Your work today. Judge these rulers! They know that we only do good, but in order to perpetuate themselves in power, they want to keep their subjects in error. Thus, they do not know You and are not freed from their mistakes. Mercy, Father!!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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