What makes a person mighty in the Scriptures, and why you should care.


Tsiyon Messianic Radio Newsletter  - Vol 18.01 - 10/14/6022 TAM - 01/07/2023 AD

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The Amazing Song of Moses

From Eliyahu

Consider this:


What if there was a Song written long in advance of the prophets of Israel that foretells in advance the entire prophetic story of the Creator's dealings with that nation - from the beginning to the end of the world? What if that amazing Song finds its final fulfillment with the unfolding of events prophesied in the Book of Revelation?


What if, by now, nearly all of the Song has been fulfilled. All of it, that is, except for a tiny bit reserved for the Last Days. Namely, the dramatic climax of the Song, the part that literally ties together the work of God from the beginning, ages ago, to its magnificent conclusion in modern times that will literally re-order the universe!


Do you know the Song? Do you recognize quotes from the Song as they appear in the New Testament (NT)? Do you understand how those references to the Song affect the meaning of the NT passages where they appear? Do you think it would be a good idea to learn what the Song says, and what it means? I'm talking about the amazing Song of Moses, first written and sung nearly 4 millennia ago!


Moses is not generally known as a poet or song writer. When people think of Moses perhaps the story of a baby boy in a basket, set upon the waters of the Nile and rescued by an Egyptian princess comes to mind. Perhaps Moses' meeting with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the Great I AM, at the Burning Bush, is your first thought. Certainly Moses leading his people in the Exodus from Egypt, revealing the mighty wonders and works of YHWH, thrills believers even after thousands of years. The great conclusion of that Exodus, that is, the unparalleled demonstration of Divine power by the parting of the Red Sea to swallow up the armies of Pharaoh is often thought of as the signature moment for Moses ... and there is so much more. What is not well known is that Moses included poetry and song writing among the wide range of works of faith manifested by that man of God!

Moses did this...Moses did this too

For example were you aware that there is a poem of Moses included among the Psalms? Here it is:

A prayer of Moses the man of God:


Adonai, you have been our dwelling place in every generation.

Before the mountains were born,

before you had formed the earth and the world,

from eternity past to eternity future you are God.

You bring frail mortals to the point of being crushed,

then say, "People, repent!"


For from your viewpoint a thousand years are

merely like yesterday or a night watch.

When you sweep them away, they become like sleep;

by morning they are like growing grass,

growing and flowering in the morning,

but by evening cut down and dried up.


For we are destroyed by your anger,

overwhelmed by your wrath.

You have placed our faults before you,

our secret sins in the full light of your presence.

All our days ebb away under your wrath; our years die away like a sigh.

The span of our life is seventy years, or if we are strong, eighty;

yet at best it is toil and sorrow, over in a moment, and then we are gone.


Who grasps the power of your anger and wrath

to the degree that the fear due you should inspire?

So teach us to count our days, so that we will become wise.

Return, Adonai! How long must it go on? Take pity on your servants!

Fill us at daybreak with your love,

so that we can sing for joy as long as we live.

Let our joy last as long as the time you made us suffer,

for as many years as we experienced trouble.


Show your deeds to your servants and your glory to their children.

May the favor of Adonai our God be on us,

prosper for us all the work that we do

- yes, prosper the work that we do.
                                                                      Psalms 90:1-17 CJB

I wanted to share this deeply felt poem/prayer of Moses with you because it reveals Moses' great reverence of YHWH, while also expressing the deepest longing of his heart - not only for himself but for all of YHWH's people. Moses is not just a legendary, larger than life figure, as if only from the pages of a book. Rather, he is a real mortal man like you or I, with the same need for the forgiveness and love of God that we so desperately need as well. As you contemplate this poem of Moses, it may reveal to you the heart of this man. It might help you to know him. Then, as you consider the Song of Moses with us tonight, it will be an even greater experience for you, unlocking new levels of faith in your life, marking out for you ever more clearly, the Way Everlasting.


The Song of Moses is profoundly significant, and it is the topic of our Tsiyon meeting tonight at Tsiyon.Net at 8 PM, CST. Please join us and learn The Song.


Blessings and good health to you,




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