Day 3 – The Eagle Called Moses
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
3 And Moses went up to God, and the Lord called to him from the mountain, saying, “Thus you shall say to the house of Jacob, and tell the children of Israel: 4 ‘You have seen what I did to the Egyptians, and how I bore you on eagles’ wings and brought you to Myself.Exodus 19:3-4
There are examples of Eagle believers in the scriptures. The Apostle and Prophet Moses was one of them. The promise from the Father is that they that wait on Him “shall renew their strength” and that “they shall mount up with wings like Eagles.” The word “they” in the verse of scripture, presupposes that God is talking about humans. He’s speaking to you and me. As we have previously noted, to wait on God is to “serve Him.” Moses served the Lord and did mount up with Eagle wings.
At 40 years of age, Moses an adopted prince of the most powerful nation on Earth at the time attempted to enter his destiny as the deliverer of his people albeit prematurely. See Acts 7:23-34. This ended in manslaughter and as a result, Moses had to flee as a fugitive to the land of Midian where he ended up getting married and becoming an employee of his father-inlaw for another 40 years as a shepherd. Moses only Mounted Up with Wings as an Eagle at the age of 80.
Can you imagine for a moment what Moses a prince would feel like? The depressive swings, sense of being a failure, but depending on the grace of God. Thankfully because God is faithful He appeared to Moses and reinstated him into the very purpose for which he was born. A purpose Moses probably thought had been lost. In the scripture quoted in this devotional, The Lord Himself referred to Moses as the Eagle upon which He brought the Children Israel out of slavery in Egypt to Himself. Exodus 19:4
This year we shall be Eagle Believers indeed like Moses and through you and me, God will upon our wings bring many people from darkness to light, sadness to joy, and pain to gain in Jesus Mighty Name.
Note: Please Pray using the scripture verses provided where applicable. Allow the Holy Spirit to also guide your heart as you pray. If you know other Bible verses use them. Praying the Word is powerful and helps us focus on using God’s inspired words. Isaiah 58:5-12 focuses on fasting prayer and benefits. Check it out!
- Give thanks for bringing us into Day 3 of our fast. Our strength and youth are being renewed like the Eagle. Psalm 103:5
- Praise God that He is working in you the heart of an Eagle Believer and like Moses, you will be an influencer for good. Philippians 2:13
- Give thanks for the scriptures chock full of examples like Moses from whom we can learn and emulate today. Romans 15:4
- What are some other things you can give God thanks for? Go ahead give Him praise. Psalm 105:1-5
- Pray that the ministry of Angels will be real in our lives during this season of fasting as it happened with Jesus our Lord. Matthew 4:1-11
- Pray for faith strengthening divine encounters for yourself. Moses had one and you can too. God will decide what and how yours should be. But please just ask! Isaiah 46:10
- Pray for the special grace of God upon Christians to wait for God’s timing when we are faced with difficulties never to jump the gun. James 1:4-8
- Pray for Christians in Canada and our churches to experience true revival and to grow up to maturity in Christ that our minds will be on things above not on things of the earth. Ephesians 4:13, Colossians 3:1
- What personal prayer requests do you have? Present them as well. Matthew 7:7-11
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