Holy Ground

Consider this--do you think the risen Lord talked to His companions on the Emmaus Road about Moses the deliverer spoken of in chapter three of Exodus?

Did He explain to them how God's people were in bondage, in deep slavery and needed someone to deliver--to lead them to a land that was flowing with milk and honey where they could find true rest for their souls?

Did they understand that they were the captives and now had access to freedom?

If Jesus quoted this verse to them

Now Moses was tending the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian, and he led the flock to the far side of the wilderness and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. There the angel of the LORD appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush.

do you suppose they really understood that it was in the desert, the wilderness, the storm of crucifixion that their freedom was purchased?

Do we understand that sometimes it is on the far side of the desert where we find the Lord Himself and realize we are standing on Holy Ground?


Dearest friends, a man whom I greatly admire, one of the greatest saints of this century in my opinion, went home to be with the Lord yesterday, April 27, 2011--the result of a tragic traffic accident in East Texas.  To learn a little of his heart please watch this YouTube video.

You can pause music at the bottom of page--


Marydon said…
Dianne, so true ... thank you for sharing.

Have a beautiful weekend.
elizabeth said…
A true prophet of God. When I saw him in person the true fear of God came over me. I knew by God's Spirit he could see what was in my heart. This you tube message is truly a wake up call for the last days church. God have mercy on us. Awaken our hearts and open our eyes. We don't want to be the foolish virgins caught without oil when the Bridegroom comes. God help us.
Sandy said…
There is much to consider and meditate
on here. Thank you for sharing this.
We do not really realize all we are
and have in Jesus.

The video is one of David's finest
sermons. His memorial service will be
streamed on the church's website soon
if you're interested.

Adoption Mama said…
Great thoughts. Inspiring.
Sheila said…
I have been in anguish for about a month since I knew Mick was going to Morocco and this word from David Wilkerson was God's merciful answer to my cry. I now understand the power and the gift of the baptism of anguish. I was sobbing through the whole thing. Thank you, my dear beautiful friend.

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