When Moses went up on the Mount to receive the Commandments of God, He asked to see “His glory.” An amazing thing occurred. After God explained to him that it wouldn’t be possible for anyone to see God’s glory (it would be like exposing your eyes looking directly at the Sun itself), God agreed for Moses to see his glory from the cleft of a rock:
Exodus 33:18-23 LITV “And he said, I pray, let me see Your glory. (19) And He said, I will cause all My goodness to pass before your face. And I will call out the name of Jehovah before your face. And I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy. (20) And He said, You are not able to see My face; for no man can see Me and live. (21) And Jehovah said, Behold, a place by Me! And you shall stand on a rock. (22) And as My glory is passing it will be that I will put you in a cleft of the rock; and I will cover My hand over you during My passing. (23) And I will remove My hand, and you shall see My back; but My face cannot be seen.”
From that day, the glory of God was upon Moses. At his death at 120 years, “his eyes had not dimmed, nor his natural strength decreased.” Furthermore, God’s glorious presence remained with them all through their desert journey, manifesting in a cloud by day, and a fire by night. They had no need to fight off enemies because all who witnessed their journey saw this strange manifestation in the air above them and were afraid of them.
God manifests Himself! This is an important issue with the revelation of the Day of Jehovah Tsaba. God manifests Himself! What is starting to take place in the earth, and rapidly developing among all the nations, cultures and societies is a sign of God’s presence coming into His people. Just as Mount Sinai shook and trembled and quaked, even so all nations are experiencing something they do not understand. It is just the beginning of what God is going to do for His people, the body of Christ.
God will cause His people, the Church, to be separated with his goodness and mercies. As His glory comes upon us (Isaiah 60:1-2), we will be changed and His glory will actually be seen upon His people.
Imagine being in the position of ministering to someone. As you perhaps stretch forth your hand with God’s anointing to heal, your body suddenly begin radiating with light – glistering as if energy had burst to the surface from an inner “Holy of Holies” deep inside your spirit. God’s Word declares that “our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit.” (1Cor. 6:19)
As believers, we are coming into a time when God’s glory will be manifested. It will change us just as it did Moses. It will affect the cells of our body. As we release this glory it will affect all that we will touch. Power will be available through us for ministry and to do good for others.
Isaiah 60:1-11 brings the glory of God upon us, and the glory of the world to us. Isaiah 61:1-3 brings us into a place of rest which promises us strength for living. The “blessing of Asher” is “And as your days, so shall your strength be.” The “blessing of Reuben” is “You shall live and not die,” (Reuben meaning “to see the Son.”). Alive and remaining until the eminent coming of Christ for His people, and strength and divine blessings to keep us healthy and strong and pain-free as we live out God’s plan during this great period of Earth’s history.
1 Thessalonians 5:23-24 MSG (23) “May God himself, the God who makes everything holy and whole, make you holy and whole, put you together--spirit, soul, and body--and keep you fit until the coming of our Master, Jesus Christ. (24) The One who called you is completely dependable. If he said it, he'll do it!
If it is “good,” we will see it in this great Day of Jehovah Tsaba.
Get ready for much revelation as we unfold this important teaching.