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Faces of God Series

Inside the tent of meeting, the Lord would speak to Moses face to face, as one speaks to a friend. (Exodus 33:11)

In Hebrew there is not a word for face, but faces. The Faces of God. When we marry, we meet the many faces of our husbands or wife’s. We ourselves have many faces and people will experience us differently. Even our children will have a different perspective of us than their siblings’, depending at what life stage, knowledge or experience we have at that time. Some faces we like and other we do not. We hide our faces behind masks, only revealing what and when we feel it is ok. For many of us our masks have become what we see and believe we are. Fearful to remove it and see what is hidden. Gods’ faces are unveiled for all to see, and reflected in the best of his creation, as well as the mystery we call God.

Moss’s walked and talked with God and God revealed his glory, his faces and showed him who he was. In this series we are going to explore the different faces of God and uncover who he is in our limited understanding. By doing so we will uncover our faces;

And we with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as from the Lord, the Spirit. (2 Corinthian 3:18)

As we uncover ourselves in the uncovering of God faces, we will see our need and brokenness. We become naked before him and he can cover us in his redemption. As we receive him into our vulnerability, he can reflect his nature and we can know him in a deeper way. As we are filled with a face of his glory and presence, we can then reflect him outward and walk from one glory to another. To know him, is to know his heart for us and then we can share his heart with others. We can not look in a mirror and not see the truth as it reflects what it sees. We too can look into the reflection of God and then reflect back what we see.

I invite you on a journey to touch upon the faces of God and uncover the mystery of his glory as he walks us from one glory to another and talks with us as a friend talks with another. God called Abraham his friend as he reflected Gods face on the mount, where he too was willing to sacrifice his son and walk in obedience and faith. We too can go deeper and meet the heart of God. With Abraham it was a birth of a nation, moss’s a salvation of a nation and with Christ a saving of a world. But with us, it is a saving of a soul, but with in the mystery is the redemption and healing of a life.

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