One long reverberating blast of the shofar, the trumpet of God, echoed in waves from the summit of Mt. Sinai—penetrating rocks and trees; shaking the wilderness with awesome majesty. One man alone understood. At the sound of that trumpet voice, a solitary man stepped trembling from the crowd. Moses, the meekest of all men, slowly began his ascent to the heights of Mt. Sinai.
This mount, now quaking as in fear at the presence of God, was not unfamiliar to Moses. He had been there before. The trumpeting voice that signaled him to “come up” was the voice of the God he knew. Moses was prepared for the glory he would soon experience. He would be able to stand when God appeared to him, for he had been given “Glimpses of Glory.”
“Who Shall Stand When He Appeareth?” (Malachi 3:2)
Once, months before, Moses stood at the foot of Mt. Sinai in rapt attention. Amid the unbroken monotony of the wilderness stood an extraordinary bush. Amid the deafening silence, came an arresting voice. It was the voice of majesty that called, “Moses, Moses.” It was a bush aflame that caught his attention.
As in the time God trumpeted from the heights of Sinai, the Lord Almighty, with great deliberation will once again lift the shofar to His lips. With one mighty blast, the breath of God will soon announce: “The King is coming, the King of glory, mighty in battle.” (Psalm 24:8)
If you are desiring to know Him in His splendor, strength, and power—WATCH!
You are about to receive awesome, majestic, arresting, Glimpses of Glory.