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What are you hiding?

June 11, 2014

This last Sunday I preached on Moses covering his face with a veil after he glowed like God. What I found interesting was when Paul was writing his second letter to the Corinthians he was quite harsh on Moses for his veiling behavior. In fact, Paul tells that this veiling was the reason the Israelites were hard-hearted unless they enter a relationship with Jesus.

This led me to think about myself. What am I doing to veil the indwelling of the Holy Spirit from others? My behavior is the first thing I can think of. How do I treat my friends, acquaintances, and my enemies? When I am in a sour mood will I let my light shine and behave in a manner that honors God despite my mood? These are the things I started thinking about. But the reality set in – I can affect others walk with Jesus. My veiling can keep people from seeing Jesus.

Do you want to stand between others and Jesus? Ditch the veil and walk in a manner worthy of the King of Kings and point others to the Messiah!

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