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And the Angel of the LORD appeared to him in a flame of fire from the midst of a bush. So he looked, and behold, the bush was burning with fire, but the bush was not consumed.  Exodus 3.2

How long did Moses live without understanding what he felt about the Lord and that he would be a blessing? After 40 years in the desert, the time that had elapsed since he had left Egypt, the dreams that God had given him had been reduced to memories of what might have been, like daydreams (Acts 7:30). Now, the Lord’s saints must never “throw in the towel” and say: “It’s over”, for He will visit them and give them the commands at the right time. But Moses, on that occasion, was already 80 years old!

Something similar happened with Abraham. Although Sarah was barren, the patriarch knew that God was with him and would give him a son, the heir to the promise. However, incredible as it may seem, no child was begotten by his wife, who was approaching 90 years of age. Had the Lord forgotten what He had promised? No, He never forgets anything nor delays His blessing. Therefore, the man of God had two things to do: walk in God’s presence and be perfect (Genesis 12:1,2).

Moses chose to take his father-in-law’s flock behind Mount Horeb, the Dry Mountain. Nothing would stop him from fulfilling the heavenly calling. The future leader was at an advanced age, but his faith could not be shown to be weak; after all, his energy had not diminished. The Most High had preserved the natural and spiritual strength of His servant and sent His angel, the illustrious visitor, in a fire that burned the bush without consuming it.

That appearance of the Angel was an example of what God would speak to us through His Word, as it is today. It is not wrong to say that the Lord visited you, when you understood the Scriptures. He speaks to us today in this way, for the Word is Jesus in His eternal form: the divine Word (John 1:1-3). On that day, the flame burned the bush, but did not destroy it, and this caught Moses’ attention. We should examine when the Most High calls our attention to something.

Here is what the Bible says: Now the man Moses was very humble, more than all men who were on the face of the earth (Numbers 12:3). In our current culture, to be meek is a pejorative term, but in the biblical context, it means that he was submissive to the Lord, bowed down before Him and accepted the divine lessons. He needed to go through those years as a shepherd, because in this way he would be prepared to humbly lead the Hebrews.

God will do unimaginable things. In due time, some of His immense power will be shown to us. Remember that we serve Him by faith, not by what we see. Nothing can take us away from our mission, even when it seems that everything has already been done. Now, the Lord has called you to be His servant in these days and to bring to life those who are dead in error. As Jesus said:  I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance (Mark 2:17).

It is important to obtain the gift of meekness, because otherwise you will reject anyone the Lord sends you to be led to repentance (Luke 5:32). Be careful not to get in the way of anyone’s salvation. Jesus said: All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will by no means cast out (John 6:37). Those who believe in Christ do as He did!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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God of the flame of fire! We need Your confirmation to move forward in our mission. With Your touch on our spirit, if we ordain anything according to what You have revealed to us, it will happen!

Moses was impressed by the appearance of Your messenger in the bush, which burned but was not consumed. If You can do such a wonder, how can You not do the same works on our behalf?

We don't know how Moses became the most resigned man with the life you gave him. For years he lived as a shepherd of a small flock, without despising the preparation he had had in Egypt. Father, instruct us in the way and guide us with Your eyes!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
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