Moses formed a history of faithfulness.
Following in the footsteps of his forefathers, and in meekness, he stepped out in faith. The miracle at the fiery bush propelled him to encounter a strong leader and to challenge his authority.
“Therefore, go, I am sending you to Pharaoh so that you may lead my people, the Israelites, out of Egypt.” Exodus 3:10
Moses skated around his lack of eloquence and inferior attitudes, but he knew God was sovereign. A burning bush doesn’t just appear to everyone. God said to go and go he must, creating a testimony of faith and a legacy of hope.
Moses, a man who people stuck on a pedestal, didn’t follow for glory but to give glory.
Hebrews 3: 5 Moses was faithful as a servant in all God’s household, as a testimony to what would be said in the future.
Then Jesus was born a man. The final sacrifice with the final say came along, testifying to God’s faithful, showing how far people have gone since the days of the parting sea.
Moses built a great fortress of faith, but Jesus is the Lord of the house.
Hebrews 3: 6 But Christ was faithful as a Son over his household. And we are that household if we hold on to our confidence and the hope in which we boast.
The final ruler, head of household, king and Messiah, He was the last sacrifice ever needed. His blood delivered us from our sins.
May we walk in the light of His love all of our days. May we never have a need or will to hide in the darkness. May we strive to create a testimony of faithfulness as Moses did, leaving a legacy of faith, love, light, and truth. When we’re in the desert, may we be lifted up in the knowledge of where our eternity lies.The final ruler, head of household, king and Messiah, He was the last sacrifice ever needed. His blood delivered us from our sins. Click To Tweet
This post comes from the 20 Days of Devotionals series.