The Song of Moses

Because of where we've all come from and especially now because of where we are going, we, as God's blood-bought people, have a reason to be rejoicing and giving Him the praise that He constantly deserves. Here is the antidote to overcoming the whelms and troubles we have to endure in this life here and what the result of what will be in our shared destinies ahead above in the presence of the Lord in the future! This adage holds true as we see from God's perspective just why and where a renewed sense of “the awe of God” is necessary in our current praise and worship. Where you come from is not nearly as important as where you are going. Are you on the King's Highway? (Because “None can go up there, but the pure in heart; as I'm walking up the King's Highway, Hallelujah!” as the song sings…)From Morning/Evening: Daily Readings (1994) by C. H. Spurgeon,And so all Israel shall be saved. (Rom. 11:26; italics is mine)When Moses sang at the Red Sea, it was his joy to know that all Israel were safe. Not a drop of spray fell from that solid wall until the last of God's Israel had safely planted his foot on the other side of the flood. That done, immediately, the floods dissolved into their proper place, but not till then. Part of that song was, “Thou in thy mercy has led forth the people which thou hast redeemed.” In the last time, when the elect shall sing the song of Moses, the servant of God, and of the Lamb, it shall be the boast of Jesus, “Of all whom thou hast given me, I have lost none.”In heaven there shall not be a vacant throne.For all the chosen raceShall meet around the throne,Shall bless the conduct of His grace,And make His glories known.As many as God hath chosen, as many as Christ hath redeemed, as many as the Spirit hath called, as many as believe in Jesus, shall safely cross the dividing sea. We are not all safely landed yet: Part of the host have crossed the flood,And part are crossing now.The vanguard of the army has already reached the shore. We are marching through the depths; we are at this day following hard after our Leader into the heart of the sea. Let us be of good cheer: the rearguard shall soon be where the vanguard is: the last of the chosen ones shall soon have crossed the sea, and then shall be heard the song of triumph, when all are secure. But oh! If one were absent—oh! If one of his chosen family should be cast away—it would make an everlasting discord in the song of the redeemed, and cut the strings of the harps of paradise, so that music could never be exhorted from them. Special OfferFor the same introductory price of $9.95, the author offers his first book And There Was No One to Bury Them: The Ministry of the Two Witnesses from the past millennium, century (1999); copies of two or more will be postage paid. Send an e-mail to Author says, “It would be a great companion piece to writing you now have in your hands.”

--Mark Bouman

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