God is eager to return and release His people, but where is the corporate Moses today?


The cry of the Israelites was desperate, the eagerness of God was great, but the growth of Moses was slow(2011 Poland camp)Though I must admit there were many things that touched me deeply during the conference time in Poland, it was these words that took root in my mind and caused the Lord to finally win in wrenching open my stubborn heart. They are simple enough, right?

The cry of the Israelites was desperate and the eagerness of God was great, but the growth of Moses was slow.

In a conference centered on the first few chapters of the book of Exodus – chapters where all the things of the world are made to lie bare and naked before our sight so that we can see them for what they really are – these words actually seem in a sense, tame. Don’t you think? However, they are what the entire story of Exodus hinges upon, actually they are the crux of the history of the children of Israel. Continue reading this portion of enjoyment from the recent Poland camp via,

The cry of the Israelites was desperate, the eagerness of God was great, but the growth of Moses was slow(2011 Poland camp)

2 thoughts on “God is eager to return and release His people, but where is the corporate Moses today?

  1. I want 2 b d Moses of my own time but I pray dt d works of d flesh b totally destroy in my life. I pray 4 all christians dt they wil b able 2 meet this great task in Jesus name. Amen

  2. Pingback: all the nations and their leaders are in open rebellion against God and His Anointed One(Psalm 2, part 1) « A God-man is a normal Christian

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