Moses was born in Egypt at a time when the Israelites were slaves. Pharaoh wanted to drown all the firstborn Hebrew children because he feared one of them becoming a leader that would take the Israelites out of Egypt. At three months old, Moses was placed in a basket by his mother as she set him afloat in the Nile with hopes that he would somehow survive. Pharaoh’s daughter, Bithiah, found the child and raised him in the palace as her own. When Moses grew older, he became aware of the oppression his brothers were in, which began the leadership of Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt.
History continues with a message that repeats itself from the beginning of time until now. We all are on our own unique journey, but what is it that will really make us happy?
Today, we are much like the story of Moses as the whole world is being oppressed by corrupt leaders who do not love the people because they are narcissistic lovers of themselves. These leaders are more in love with their own power to control the people and only desire to be revered as being their own god.
We are not stupid. We all know what is going on here. Most are afraid or have submitted to ideals they don’t agree with, even protecting their leader’s manipulations that keep them shackled in chains. Fear has consistently controlled the people but God has always been showing us that we can trust Him.
We are either Jew or we are nations. The Jew has held on to our lineage that tells us to be empowered by God. They have never lost faith in the God of Israel, even still today. The Jew knows that God will protect His chosen ones and take them out of oppression.
We are not oppressed.
Together, we are Jew and we are nations that can rise against the oppressive ways of the world. We are the people who believe in His power to lead us out of this world and into the other.
We are Moses!
We, who love God, are all on that path of oneness together. Together we are the Promised Land. We are the people who love God and the people who God loves.
Oneness is power! It is one consciousness. Oneness works in tandem with one another. It knows what is right. It knows love. We are one heart that recognizes Him. We recognize His love. We hear His voice which is good.
We are Israel
We are in a very special time. We all are at a fork and there are only two roads that we can choose to go on. Consider wisely. The road less travelled is going to be a hard one, but so is the other. The other one will keep you in your chains but the road of oneness will set you free.
We all are a tribe. We are Muslims, Jews, and Christians. We are also Hindus, Buddhists, and Sikhs. We are Indigenous too. We are all the religions because in God’s world God is the religion. He is our love that loves one another, equally and unconditionally, the same.
We each are like Moses, a leader, called to lead the people who are oppressed by this world. We are the ones who see the love of God, who also see Him in each other.
God is with us, so who can be against us?
Oneness is our power and strength!
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