"Moses said, when he saw the burning bush, Let me turn and see this great vision."
Moses saw a bush burning in the wilderness and realized it wasn't getting consumed and decided to investigate
this wondrous event. Because of his willingness to see what was taking place, Yahveh appeared to him and appointed him the
leader of His people. Moses took Israel out of Egypt, brought down the Torah, taught it to them and led them for over forty
years, all because he decided to ‘turn and see’.
We have seen many wonderous acts in our lifetime. They may not seem as miraculous as a burning bush,
but when we stop and think about them, they are just as marvelous. They all point to a Creator who rules the world and
has a plan for everything in this world. How often do you ‘turn to see’ or ‘stop and listen’?
May we keep our spiritual eyes and ears open, to see and hear what Yahveh is trying to tell us.