Each time Moses left the camp to go to the tent of meeting, the people would stand at the entrance of their tents to watch him as he passed by. Now, this is a guy who was facing some major mountains. He had enemies to fight, battles to win, and a nation to lead. And as he walked out of the camp, there had to be a million things on his mind.
But despite all his responsibilities, Moses left all these distractions behind to go to the tent of meeting and spend time in the presence of the Lord.
The Hebrew word for "face" (vs 11a) symbolizes not just someone's appearance, but also the very essence of who that person is.
Moses did not simply seek the hand of God; he sought to know God.
This time of fasting hasn’t merely been about getting an answer but about drawing closer to God than ever before.
If we are going to see battles won and mountains moved, it will be our nearness to God that makes all the difference!
As we finish these 21 days, if we have made it our goal to get closer to Him,
we will see mountain.
SHIFT THE ATMOSPHERE:
Here we are - Day 21, and at the end of this prayer and fasting series.