Sunday, July 2, 2017

Moses' Vigour
Deuteronomy 34:7
Moses was one hundred and twenty years old when he died. His eyes were not dim nor his natural vigor diminished.

We know the Lord wrote the bible for us so that we can understand things, and understand him better. He wants us to learn of him and his way of doing things. So then, why did he mention that Moses' eyes weren't dim, and his natural strength and not diminished? The Lord could have easily left those two little points out and had still have a wonderful Bible for us. But no, he intentionally put those words in there for us to see.

I believe that is the level of physical fitness that the Lord would have all of his children to walk in. Why not go take a little walk and talk to the Lord about it. That's why it's written there ... for us to discuss!


[I found this in Rick Joyner's book named The Path]

"You have understanding. The mental clarity you now have is because the Spirit quickens your mortal body. The Spirit will turn your weaknesses into strengths. If you will walk in the Spirit, you will always be strong in what you need. To make it to your destiny, you must abide in the Spirit. The waters you are drinking are Spirit and life. It was the Spirit that quickened Moses so that he did not grow weaker with age, but stronger, and his eyes never grew dim.” “Do you mean I can feel like this from now on?” I asked. “You can, and even more so. It is up to you. How well you learn this will determine how well you do on this journey and whether or not you complete it. To feel as you do now, to think as you can now, and to be able to see as you can now, is the natural state of the new creation you are.”


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