HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

“For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me; for he wrote of me.” John 5:46

“He wrote of Me,” Jesus, the Son, said regarding Moses, the servant.

Of EMANCIPATION Moses wrote, “You blew with Your wind, the sea scattered them, they sank as lead in the mighty waters.” But it is Jesus who has the best emancipation to bestow.

  • From the prison house of fear and foreboding,
  • From the prison house of defilement and shame,
  • From the prison house of helplessness and despair

— He liberates my soul.

Out from bondage and the degradation that bondage breeds, He leads me with His strong right hand.

Of GUIDANCE Moses wrote, “Establish the work of our hands upon us.” But what guidance is so desirable as the guidance of Jesus? Through every wilderness and desert, He conducts me safely forward. Over the dreariest portions of my history, He reigns. All things, sad and sweet, dull, and bright, He compels me to work for my welfare. Jesus never fails nor forsakes us.

Of INHERITANCE Moses wrote, “Happy are you, O Israel! The Eternal God is your Refuge, and underneath is the Everlasting Arms.” But, here and hereafter, Jesus is Himself my best Inheritance, my Land of corn and wine. He is the Physician and Shepherd and Advocate and Brother. I dwell in a spacious and goodly home. I have all and abound.

So, Jesus expands and deepens and crowns what Moses wrote.

Author: Patriarch Gregg

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