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Thursday, 28 February 2019
A Conversation with I AM

This is one of the exciting events in the Bible - but why?

It's only a conversation. But the immortal dialogue between God and Moses in Exodus 3 alters history and reveals an over-looked facet of the Almighty. From a blazing fire comes a voice. That voice comes from an intelligent Being. That Being is interacting with a human, conversationally!

Their conversation is not just about God getting the attention of an 80 year old shepherd who tried to free his people from slavery and is now receiving that same assignment from the only One who can truly free them. This conversation is a new level of God revealing Himself. "I see. I hear. I am involved. I am not a vague, amorphous deity in the distant heavens, far removed from human life."

In other words, you are now speaking with ME. I have a name and this is my name forever - past, present and future. The Lord's assurance of His personal presence empowers Moses and grants a solid inner security in the midst of a daunting task. God chooses to reveal Himself in a new, intensely personal dimension, not known to the Patriarchs (see Exodus 6:3).

These quotes are taken from my article here.

Posted By Eitan Shishkoff, 11:00am Comment Comments: 0