Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.
Moses veiled his face to hide the end of the glory what would later be set aside in the new covenant.
The minds of the Israelites were hardened and indeed still are. Only Jesus can remove the veil that is now over their minds.
When a person turns to the Lord, the veil is lifted. The Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom. Now we see His glory with unveiled faces, and we are being transformed from glory to glory in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Religion blinds us with veils, and binds us with rules that restrict behaviour but do nothing to change the heart.
Jesus comes and takes the veil away. Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom. This is not freedom to sin, but freedom to carry the glory of Christ, and to grow in His glory as we look towards Him.
As I focus on His glory, the lure of sin seems less attractive, and I find myself choosing righteousness rather than sin.
Lord help me to look upon you with an unveiled face. Today I choose your glory and your freedom. Amen.
When Aaron and all the Israelites saw Moses, the skin of his face was shining, and they were afraid to come near him.
Moses has been on Mount Sinai receiving the Law for the second time. As he comes down, he is unaware that his face is shining from being in the presence of the Lord. Aaron and all the people are afraid when they see him because of his changed appearance.
Moses calls the leaders to come close and he tells them what the Lord has said to him.
From that day, Moses wears a veil over his face which he takes off when he speaks to the Lord.
Being in the presence of the Lord changes Moses' appearance, causing his skin to glow.
Our daily walk with Jesus, our worship of God and the presence of the Holy Spirit inside us should bring physical changes. Christians should be the ones with glowing faces, living happy, healthy and longer lives than unbelievers.
Of course there are times when the storms of life take their toll on us, but they should drive us even closer to the Lord.
Father, may your presence in my life shine out from me so that I am always being your light in the darkness. Amen.
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