From powerless to prophet, enslaved to mighty leader, she led the people in songs of glorious thanksgiving. #Miriam #Moses #SongofVictory BookofExodus #Exodus #Exodus15 #Bible #Biblestudy
Trauma had warped her in ways she did not even realize, until God drew out what had been festering within for so long.
In one of the more remarkable moments in the Christian Testament, Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and God could not have been more fully present in that amazing moment.
It had taken two chapters to establish the superiority of the Lord Jesus Christ, as fully God the Son, above every earthly and heavenly principality. Now, the writer was establishing Jesus’ work as also superior, pre-eminent, far above any human priest’s work, even of Aaron himself.
In God's wisdom, Miriam experienced both the pain of exposure, and the deep and abiding joy of healing, restoration, and reconciliation.
So, while God was giving Moses all the law, and the instructions for the tabernacle, a beautiful meeting place between heaven and earth, the people were losing hope and losing trust.
“My soul is crushed with longing for You, make me understand You, enlarge my heart for You, revive me!”