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Sunrise on Temple Mount in Jerusalem; Back to Previous Devotion

January 28 - Morning

"Then the Lord said to Moses,
“Why are you crying out to me? 
Tell the Israelites to move on."

- Exodus 14:15

Sunset on the Sea of Galilee; Click to go to next devotion  

Don’t Stop! Move On!!


The Israelites were encamped by the sea when Pharaoh was told the Hebrew slaves had fled and were wandering in the wilderness. Pharaoh took his best six hundred chariots and pursued the Israelites. The use of chariots by Egypt at this time is well documented. The chariots were used a moving platform for archers who could load, aim and shoot while moving at full speed. This was a huge advantage and a useful addition to battle strategy.

But, this reality that Pharaoh brought to the game this day does not alter the reality that Yahweh has demonstrated over the last twelve months with signs, plagues, fulfilled words of promise and a mighty exodus out of Egypt as predicted. Why question Yahwah’s reality? Why fear Pharaoh who has failed repeatedly with his attempt to advance his own plan and his own interpretation of reality. Why cry out to the Lord? Why stop and perish?

Moses is told to tell the Israelites to nasa (Hebrew) which means, “Journey!” or “move on.” Don’t stop and fear. Move! Don’t analyze your situation in the frame of Pharaoh’s failed reality. Instead begin to frame your reality with the boundaries God has established, and from that perspective analyze your situation and consider your options! Do not let Pharaoh’s narrow view of reality limit the potential available to you in Yahweh’s universe!

  Christian Quote from Church History
"The virtuous soul that is like a lone burning coal; it will grow colder
rather than hotter."
- John of the Cross
Something to Ponder??

In 732 Charles Martel was the ruler of the Germanic tribe called the Franks. The Franks had taken Gaul in 355 and converted to Christianity.  In 622 the prophet Muhammad fled to Medina and by the time he died in 632 Muhammad had control of the Arabian Peninsula.  Muslims controlled Syria and Israel by 636 and by 697 they possessed Carthage as Muslims marched across the north coast of Africa. In 711 Muslims crossed the Strait of Gibraltar into Europe from Africa to take Spain. Islam was ready to take Europe next. If the Muslim conquest had gone into Europe history would have been radically different and the influence of Christianity would not have transformed Europe as it did. In October of 732 Charles Martel met the Muslim General Abd-er-Rahman in Frankish territory near Tours, France and defeated him in a series of battles. The Muslim advance into Europe was stopped in 732.

Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information
Chadash (Hb) – Renew (Eng) - chadash is the Hebrew word that means “to be new,” “to renew,” “repair” or “to restore.” This word is used 11x in the Hebrew Old Testament including Psalm 51:10 where David asks God to “Create in me a clean hear, O God, and renew (chadash) a steadfast spirit within me,” and Psalm 104:30 where God sends forth his Spirit to “renew (chadash) the face of the ground.” Josiah chadash the temple in 2 Chronicles 24:4 and Jeremiah prayed that God would chadash the people of Israel in Lamentations 5:21  

No one knows the details of what happened to the Ark of the Covenant at the time Jerusalem was being besieged and destroyed by Babylon from 588-586 BC. The book of 2 Macc.2:4-8 says that Jeremiah took the ark and hid it on Mount Nebo. Many believe the priest, or even King Josiah, hid the ark in a hidden room prepared by Solomon under the Temple Mount in Mount Moriah. It is possible that the gold was stripped from the ark by Babylonian soldiers and the wooden portion left to burn in the fire. Some think the remaining Jews took it into Egypt with them and it is now in Ethiopia.

Confession to Action   Facts and Information
Do I get discouraged? Do I think my efforts are wasted?
I will trust God to open doors and I will seek his ways in order to find purpose and direction.
I will keep moving and actively pursue the life God has given me.
  "The wicked flee though no one pursues,
    but the righteous are as bold as a lion."
- Proverbs 28:1
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Photo of Jerusalem; Pictures of Israel Bible Map and Diagram
Robinson's Arch, Jerusalem Nehemiah's Wall in Jerusalem 445 BC

Tombs from the first century, or the time of Christ, located in the back of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher that where cut into the same quarry as the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea that use used for Jesus. These tombs are Kokhim, or Loculi, tombs that were long narrow shafts cut into stone where the corpse was placed and closed with a stone slab.
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Identify locations in Herod's Temple.
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(key 1 or key 2)
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