Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Loving The Written Word of GOD

GOD is spirit. Other than GOD coming down to reveal HIMself to man, there is no way for man to know GOD. Unaided, man's physical limitation keeps him from seeing GOD

GOD designed man to be dependent on HIM. The first man could walk and talk with GOD in the perfect environment of Eden. When man fell, he lost his inheritance. Outside Eden, he can no longer walk and talk to GOD as he once did in Eden. The heyday of man soon became a mere distant fantastic children's story. The reality of Eden is too incredible, it can not be grasped by the natural mind of man.
Ancient Bible Scroll

The scripture was written with GOD’s inspiration for man to know GOD. It was designed to aid man see GOD.

The scripture is more than we know it to be. GOD in His richness and fullness, did not just write a boring literature to leave down here to shelves and dusts… a crummy source of issues for religiously screwed minds. NO! GOD has none of them. In fact, HE is a very interestingcheerfulfun-loving GOD! HE made the first sentence of the scripture a challenging mind game. When rightly decoded, it tells of the whole history of man from Genesis to Revelation! 

The end is declared from the beginning BUT in RIDDLES. 
Genesis 1:1

New International Interlineal Hebrew-English Bible

Moses wrote the first five books of the Bible (Torah/Pentateuch). Every stroke written on the scrolls tells a story on its own, and in every word a message is embedded. One single letter would be written deliberately smaller or larger, and even broken for this purpose. Every stroke was designed by GOD and all were carefully inscribed. These strokes were preserved by the scribes who carefully follow thousands of laws in writing a sacred scroll down the ages to this present day. 
"For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter or stroke shall pass from the Law (that which is assigned) until all is accomplished."  Matthew 5:18

A letter, even a stroke written in the scripture is a statement and is as relevant as an atom to a Physicist. 

Out from the very words on the scrolls, Moses supervised the making of the intricate architecture of the mobile tabernacle, including the articles of worship and the priestly garments.  

What happened in Moses' time was a rare feat. In the middle of the desert where food and water was scarce, the whole nation of Israel braved the desert in a very orderly fashion. Tents arranged by tribes  surrounded the tabernacle. The buzz of ceremonial sacrifices from morning 'til evening, continuing for years and years while in travel enlivened the central tent; the tent of worship. The Israelites were a sight to behold. Imagine a parade of over 2 million people tugging their livestocks and belongings, stopping to encamp from time to time in an organized formation.  It was spectacular to say the least!   

If not for the murmurings, the people lived fairly well with constant miraculous supply of food that fed over 2 million Israelites whom GOD kept in amazing health.

Near the end of the journey, Moses only saw but never stepped on the promise land. The mega responsibility of Moses was relinquished to Joshua with this important instruction:

“Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.” Joshua 1:8 (New International Version, ©2011)

Equipped with the scripture, Joshua and the more than 2 million people crossed the Jordan river to enter the land GOD promised to Abraham.  

Watch this video about meditation.
#202 - Meditate on God's Word & Receive Grace Upon Grace from Joseph Prince Media on Vimeo.

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