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Entry Submitted by John at 10:20 AM EDT on June 19, 2017

"Genesis/Matthew/Corinthians" - GCR/RV Biblical Quote(s) - 6.18.17

First of all, I don't mean to sound like I'm the expert but, the first reference is actually Exodus 20. No trouble though. That's what studying is for...not to just soak up what someone else says but, attempt to internalize it, get everything from it you can and then, pas along what you've learned. I love the Lord and, I think the fact that someone is quoting from the scriptures is a wonderful and glorious thing and, truly honoring to God. I have to say, the words and application of the first verse are very appropriate, all present things considered. I've spent some time looking at the experience of God's people in the Exodus and, the comparisons it has to our daily lives and, I've tried to apply what I've learned from it to my own life. Thank you!

The time in the wilderness was truly a great test for God's people. After having been held in captivity in Egypt, for over 400 years, how would they respond or, react when being set totally free. If you remember the story, by the end of the plagues, the last being the deaths of the first born of all of Egyptians, Pharaoh was ready for them to leave...the Egyptians were ready for them to leave...in fact, Pharaoh called Moses and Aaron in and said "Get out!" He wanted them all gone and, so much so, that on their way out of town, "the people of Israel did as Moses had instructed; they asked the Egyptians for clothing and articles of silver and gold. The LORD caused the Egyptians to look favorably on the Israelites, and they gave the Israelites whatever they asked for. So they stripped the Egyptians of their wealth!"

Exodus 12: 35,36

Now, God's people were free but, how would they handle their freedom? With God's blessing, they took great wealth with them but, as you and I have heard so many times here lately, having wealth just accentuates who you already are. in time, we will see, just as they would. Their lives were different from what they were accustom to. They were traveling so, planting a garden didn't make sense. Perhaps the message here is, even in having great wealth, you're going to find yourself in circumstances where your money is of no value. When you're hungry or, you've got a hungry family, try boiling your wallet on top of the stove for soup. You can only do so many things with money and, after spending whatever you choose to, to make your life the way you want it, then what?

I'm not trying to put feathers in my hat by saying this because, I know my own failings from the past but, the one thing I can say for sure is, there's a true joy in giving...whether it's money, time and energy or, just passing along a kind word. The trick is, don't look back. There's nothing any of us can do about the past and, anything in the form of regrets, mistakes, grudges or, missed opportunities needs to be left in the past. Jesus said,

"my way is easy my burden is light."

If it is in any way attached to the past but, doesn't contribute to today or, anything we're hoping for in the future, leave it where it belongs.

Don't be grumbling and complaining saying things like,

"At least, back in Egypt...back in the land of limited existence...we had our gardens and all the cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions, and garlic we wanted."

(Paraphrasing from)

Numbers 11: 5

They had short memories and, we may too, depending on the circumstances we may find ourselves in. Remember this. Before the Israelites had reached the point of murmuring. complaining and, being disgruntled, God had given them a message. His first commandment

Exodus 20: 1-2, says,

"Then God gave the people all these instructions:

2 “I am the Lord your God, who rescued you from the land of Egypt, the place of your slavery."

The verse in Exodus 20: 20 that was referenced earlier, was timely to them and, it's timely for you and me, today.

20Moses said to the people, “Do not be afraid. God has come to test you, so that the fear of God will be with you to keep you from sinning.”

What happens afterward, bears out my earlier statement about what we've heard said regarding the effects of having wealth. They get pretty crazy with their gold and, go completely against this first commandment from God in making an idol...a golden calf. I suppose, if God fit the image that so many people have of Him, He could have struck everyone of them down, right where they stood but, instead, they were allowed to wonder in the wilderness for 40 years.

I believe, there's a lesson there for you and me. We're finally free from our oppressors. In leaving the "land of limited existence", God's provisions for the rest of our journey, measure up to what He says.

"more than you could ask or think"

In another place, He tells us,

"But as it is written: “Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him.”

1st Corinthians 2: 9

but, will having this wealth make you a better decision maker? Now that you can pretty much do anything you want, what kind of choices will you make?

May I suggest something?

It's what I intend to strive for and, that's to focus, as much as I'm able, on other people. Become a "people watcher", if you aren't already. Watch for opportunities, over and above your humanitarian projects, to honor your Creator. You see, Jesus was asked about the greatest commandment and, he quoted the first and greatest but, he didn't stop there. He said,

"A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ The entire law and all the demands of the prophets are based on these two commandments.”

Matthew 22: 39,40

in Christ,

John

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