Posts Tagged ‘Moses’

Fanatcism and Terror-ism. Part-Two.

Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.

They have a different way of looking at us and it is much more than being the infadel? They see that our culture is moraly unclean to what the Koran teaches. In fact they are living the Old Testament to its fulness in relation to the Patriarchs from Adam to Moses.

This is not a 6-7the century religion it is ancient! Are they wrong in what they believe and see or understand of us? We need to be very careful, becuase God used Babylon to Crush sinful Israel and He will use a God fearing people to punish a declining Christian world.

Isaiah 10:5,  Jeremiah 51:20,  1 Corinthians 6:9-10.

Holy Spirit Promised. Part-One.

Empowerment.

As believers without the Holy Spirit we could do nothing, we would not be saved. It is the Holy Spirit in this New disspensation that leads us to greater things, in the application of our faith.

In the past it was poured out on individuals to serve the will of God, Abraham, Moses, David and many more. But now all believers recieve a share of Him, the Spirirt of God.

Acts 1:8,  2:4,  Romans 15:19.

God is moving in Africa. Part-Three.

Black Wives.

When we talk start to talk about people in the bible we very quickly like to show our prejudice wrapped up or disguised in knowledge. We will say that God did not call children such as Samuel and Jeremiah to be Prophets. We also tend to disguise the facts that the Egyptian race was not black, but white.

God and the bible do not discriminate on races and colors. Both Joseph and Moses were married to black woman and King Solomon may have had a sexual relationship with the Queen of Sheba. Read the book of Solomon and you will quickly discover, she was a black woman. God is moving in Africa, because their cries for God’s mercy and help, after 400 years of slavery have been heard. Genesis 41:45-46.  Exodus 2:15-22,  Numbers 12:1.

The road to Emmaus. Part-Two.

From Moses.

Jesus is walking with them along the road from Jerusalem to Emmaus and He starts to explain to them, starting with Moses all the events of who the Messiah was and what the scriptures (Tanakh/Old Testament) had to say about Him. Luke 24:25-27.

This shows us how we so easily can forget what we claim to know about God and also misinterpret the signs that are right in front of us.

They listened intently to this stranger unaware of who he was. As evening came he was about to leave them, but they invited him to stay with them. Mark 16:12-16.

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