…… So he looked, and behold, the bush was burning with fire, but the bush was not consumed. Then Moses said, “I will now turn aside and see this great sight, why the bush does not burn.”
There were many dry bushes in the desert of Sinai that Moses saw many times and paid no attention to, up until the day He saw a very unique burning bush. It was the only bush that was burning continuously without being consumed. It was a marvelous thing, something He has never seen. That’s how your life must be, it has to burn with God’s presence!
The burning bush and the dry bush represent the two types of lives we have today.
The dry bush represented the lives of the people in Egypt, the Hebrews. Their lives were dry, without any expression, attraction, identity, reputation, value, dignity, beauty or future. A dry bush in the desert does not call anyone’s attention. It is of no good. That’s how their lives were. They were oppressed and very poor. Today, many peoples’ lives are exactly like that: dried up, filled with abject failure, lonely, hopeless and devastated. However, when God entered that bush, He changed everything. He entered into something that had no value and was despised by everyone and made it a GREAT SIGHT! That’s what must happen to you, dear reader.
Indeed that bush became a GREAT SIGHT. It shone and revealed the glory of God. This is what will happen to those who will send their prayer requests to Mount Sinai. Your life that was despised, humiliated, regarded as worthless, should have a wonderful, unexpected and unimaginable things happen to it. But for this to happen, you will have to climb Mount Sinai with us.
So I have come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up from that land to a good and large land, to a land flowing with milk and honey…..
We will go to the place where God came down to make something extraordinary to happen. Extraordinary things happens when God Himself comes down. There is no chance for failure, for we are not only going in search of what we want, but rather in pursuit of the fulfilment of the word of God, the fulfilment of His promises!
We in the Universal Church refuse to be slaves of our circumstances and environment. We refuse to live a life of shame and pain. We are going up to Mount Sinai to ask God to do it again, to come down and rescue those who are oppressed by diseases, poverty, witchcraft, generational curses, family problems etc. Something magnificent and extra ordinary must happen in both your spiritual and physical life. You will leave Egypt and enter the land of milk and honey, a life of prosperity and wealth.
Join us by faith, find the nearest Universal Church and find out how you can send your request to Mount Sinai.
May God bless you and make you a burning bush.
Bp Frank Rathebe