The third King comes from Levi, the third son of Israel, Moses, truly
one of the greatest men to ever walk the earth. Who together with his
brother Aaron brought the children of Israel out of bondage from
Egypt to the Promised Land. The story of Moses is one of the greatest
stories written by God with some of the most spectacular miracles ever
performed on earth done during his time as a man. Also a plan was laid
out for how they were to live from the Ten Commandments to laws that
showed how He wanted the children of Israel to live their daily lives,
from personnel to business and spiritual aspects of their lives.
First as God had promised Israel, that he would multiply his seed
like the grains of sand on a beach. So after Joseph died, Pharaoh
forgot all that he had done for Egypt and they made slaves of his
brethren but still they multiplied. So many that they began to kill
all the male newborn children. To save her son Moses, his mother had
put him in a basket in the bulrushes by a river where Pharaoh's
daughter found him and gave him his name and raised him as her own.
When he became a man he killed an Egyptian protecting one of his
brothers and was forced to flee Egypt.
While living with Zipporah and her father Jethro is when God spoke
to Moses and commanded him to go back to Egypt and free his people
from bondage so they could worship him in the desert. He was given
signs to show the people, from the staff that turned into a snake and
then back again and the morphing of his hand. Also his brother Aaron
who had the gift of the silver tongue was called forth to speak to
the people and Pharaoh for Moses. After Aaron and Moses met in the
desert they went together to tell the children of Israel the good
news that God had heard their cries and was going to deliver them up
out of slavery and take them to the promised land as he had promised.
Needless to say Pharaoh was not to pleased to hear of this and did
not want to loose his free labor. Even after the signs and the
plagues he resisted. Not until the first Passover when God killed all
the first born of the Egyptians and their flocks did he consent
to let the children of Israel go. Then God told Moses the route to
take which was to the Red Sea. Pharaoh had a change of heart and
wanted revenge for what had been done to him so he went after Moses.
This is when another great miracle was performed for the children of
Israel and the Red Sea was parted so they could escape from the army
that was after them. After they had crossed He let the waters go and
destroyed Pharaoh's army.
Then God tested His chosen people by having them wander in the
desert where he fed them with manna and let them grow restless. Then
while receiving the Commandments from God, instructing them how
to live, they grew restless, while Moses was up on Sinai talking to
God. When he returned with the tablets that God had forged and
written on, only to find that the people had made a golden calf to
worship, he broke the tablets and ground the calf up and those that
were left alive after he purified the camp were made to drink water
laced with the powder of the ground up calf. Then he was instructed
to make two new tablets like the first and bring them up to God and
He would write on them what had been written on the first.
Now you see that the tablets were made twice and brought down to the
people twice. Like I pointed out that things repeat themselves and
numbers have hidden meanings sometimes in the Bible, as the plan was
devised before life began, and this is going to be the second coming of
the Arc of the Covenant. The three main religions Christianity, Judaism
and Islam all believe in Moses, as one of the corner stones of their
beliefs. Now do you really believe that God would give the tablets to
Moses twice just to have them be lost, really? So you would ask well why
didn't Jesus find them, because that wasn't part of the plan, and as the only
Son of God, He didn't need them, because He is the most powerful man
that will ever walk the earth. As He met with great opposition even from
those who saw His miracles, there will be those who will see the Ark and
yet for their own sake will they go against God's wishes to unite as
the one people that we are. Also like before we are going to be
instructed on how we are to live our lives in these times, with what
was taught before as the core. We have the two great commandments, to
love thy neighbor as thyself, and to love the Lord thy God with all
your heart, and all your strength, and all your soul. Then there are
the Ten Commandments, and the teachings of the Messiah, the only Son
of God, Jesus Christ. The world has changed since Moses walked the
earth from medical advances to the visitors, etc. The only people
who will be allowed to worship where the Arc of the Covenant is
kept will be Christians. Both Jew and Muslim, while they both
believe in Abraham and Moses, they both will have to change and
grow. Those of the Jewish faith will have to take Jesus Christ as
their Savior, and the Muslims will have to understand that Mohammad
while he was a great Prophet, he was not the last one. I'm not the
last one, though I am the last man, the rest will be women. Mohammad
was the last and greatest Arab Prophet, but he was not greater than
Jesus Christ. He was enlightened to teach his people how to worship
Allah, to submit to Him. He was like the other great prophets,
messengers from God to lead His people, as we are all His people
living in His solar system.
There are many lessons to be learned from Moses, and one is that God
does not take kindly to those who go against His wishes. As when the
Children of Israel rebelled against Moses and God, and were made to
wander the desert for forty years before they could enter the promised land.
I have not talked to Moses, or felt his spirit as strong as the
others, but when I was reading his part in the Old Testament he was
leaning on me making the reading very difficult and tedious with
sometimes just a few pages being read before getting very tired and
having to take a nap before I could continue. Of course the Arc of
the Covenant, and what is inside, is the most powerful physical bond
between our Father and all of His children. My blood tie to Moses is
through his first born son Gershom. For he said I have been a stranger
in a strange land. My destiny is to be a stranger in many strange
lands before it is over.
During the first Passover God had the Israelites mark their door posts
with blood, so that the Angel of death would pass over their homes and
not kill the firstborn in the house. Something similar is going to
happen (not in this decade), when the servants of God are sealed in
their foreheads as is written in Rev. 7.3 and 9.4, in this way they will
not face the torment, but not death, that will befall the others.
From the last book of Moses, Deuteronomy is a story and warning about
our times and who I am, located in chapter 18. 15-22.
15 The Lord your God will raise up for
you a prophet like me from among your
own people; you shall heed such a prophet.
16 This is what you requested of the Lord
your God at Horeb on the day of the assembly
when you said: "If I hear the voice of the
Lord my God any more, or ever again see this
great fire, I will die."
17 Then the Lord replied to me: "They are
right in what they have said.
18 I will raise up for them a prophet like
you from among their own people; I will put
my words in the mouth of the prophet, who
shall speak to them everything that I
19 Anyone who does not heed the words
that the prophet shall speak in My name,
I Myself will hold accountable.
20 But any prophet who speaks in the name
of other gods, or presumes to speak in My
name, a word that I have not commanded the
prophet to speak; that prophet shall die"
21 You may say to yourself, "How can we
recognize a word that the Lord has not
22 If a prophet speaks in the name of the
Lord but the thing does not take place or
prove true, it is a word that the Lord has
not spoken. The prophet has spoken it
presumptuously; do not be frightened by it.