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Good Morning.

And He said: “Is not Aaron the Levite your brother? I know that he can speak well. And look, he is also coming out to meet you. When he sees you, he will be glad in his heart. Now you shall speak to him and put the words in his mouth. And I will be with your mouth and with his mouth, and I will teach you what you shall do.” (Exodus 4:14-15)

At the moment that Moses was trying to decline God’s appointment as emissary to Pharaoh, his brother Aaron was on his way to meet Moses. I have no problem believing that the Almighty, well aware of what Moses would try and use as an excuse, had moved upon Aaron to make the journey toward Midian. Once again we see that our Father is already moving in ways we would never have anticipated in order to bring about His purpose in the earth.

While He did not give Moses a pass on the mission presented to him, God did make allowance for the fact that Moses did not see himself as the proper spokesman. Mercifully, God allowed for Aaron to the go-between when it came to speaking to the people and to Pharaoh. Apparently, Moses didn’t have much to say to Pharaoh personally which, in my view, would cause Moses’ presence to seem even more commanding in the heat of a dramatic moment. 

Now consider this: Messiah didn’t have much to say to any of the leaders at His trial, to the degree that they became incensed and demanded that He speak. At that point of His ministry, He left most of the speaking to His spokespeople –- His disciples. It remains that way today. Yes, God will speak to His people in different ways but most commonly it is done through others. Sometimes God speaks through others without the vessel even being aware that God is using them at that moment. In short, most of what God does in the earth, He does through His people.

Before Messiah ascended into Heaven, He made it very clear that His disciples were to go into the world and be witnesses of Him. That is to say, that we are to go to work, to school, to the market bearing the responsibility and privilege of proclaiming the “praises of Him who has called us out of darkness into His marvelous light.” We are His spokespeople and are charged with faithfully representing Him to others through how we live and through what we say. As we mentioned yesterday, He will give us the words; we must be willing to declare them.

Blessings and Shalom,  




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