Apostle Grace Lubega
Exodus 24:12-13 (KJV); And the LORD said unto Moses, Come up to me into the mount, and be there: and I will give thee tables of stone, and a law, and commandments which I have written; that thou mayest teach them. And Moses rose up, and his minister Joshua: and Moses went up into the mount of God.
Our theme scripture tells us that when the Lord told Moses to go up to Him on the mountain, the purpose was to hand over to Moses “tables of stone, a law and commandments” which the Lord had written so that Moses would teach them to the children of Israel.
These represented Moses’ ministry. The Bible says in John 1:17 that the law was given by Moses.
In Exodus 24:18, the Bible further reveals that Moses spent forty days and nights in the presence of God.
The Apostle Paul says in Romans 12:7 that we should “wait on our ministering.”
The experience by Moses of spending many days and nights in the presence of God defines what it means to wait on God for your ministry.
You have a definite part to play in God’s divine plan for this world. This part becomes clear and distinct when you learn to wait on God; to spend time with Him so that you can understand His heart, ways and plans.
If you have questions about what you were called to be, wait on God; if you want to transition from the called to the chosen, wait on God; if you want to know the key milestones of your life and ministry, wait on God.
Praise His name!
FURTHER STUDY: Romans 12:7, Isaiah 40:31
GOLDEN NUGGET: If you have questions about what you were called to be, wait on God; if you want to transition from the called to the chosen, wait on God; if you want to know the key milestones of your life and ministry, wait on God.
PRAYER: My loving Father, I thank You for this word. I thank You for my part in the grand plan of heaven. As I tarry in Your presence, my vision is elevated to understand the God dream and the future You have set before me. It is in Your presence that I seek and find clarity to all the questions concerning my calling and assignment, in Jesus’ name, Amen.