Posts Tagged ‘Life of Moses’

I also told them about
 The gracious hand of
My God upon me.
Nehemiah 2:18  
Since September, I have been studying the Life of Moses with a lovely group of women.  Last Wednesday was our last day to be together, so we had a time of sharing.  It was a rich morning of feasting on the stories God has been writing in our lives.  Two women shared what they want the Lord to say to them when it comes time to be “gathered to their people”  (based on Deuteronomy 32:50).  Judy said she wants the Lord to say, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”  Pat said she wants to hear, “She did as the Lord commanded.”
Both women talked about the legacy they want to leave behind.  We are all leaving a legacy, and as we live our story, we get to choose what that legacy will be…
I am reading the book To Be Told, by Dan Allender, Ph.D., and he highlights the importance of telling each other our stories.  The book jacket says, “By reading To Be Told, you will gain a clear sense of how God has written your life so far, and how God is leading you into the rest of your story.  God wants you to read your story from its beginning — every chapter, both the hope and the heartache.  He helps you understand the brokenness as well as the joy.”
My Dad has recently started a blog: Your Story Matters

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our faces

Those who look to Him are radiant;
Their faces are never covered with shame.
Psalm 34:5
And we, who with unveiled faces
all reflect the Lord’s glory,
are being transformed into His likeness
with ever-increasing glory,
which comes from the Lord,
who is the Spirit.
2 Corinthians 3:18
After speaking with the Lord, Moses wore a veil because of the radiance of his face.  (See Exodus 34:29-35.)
I am studying the Life of Moses in a Bible study.

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