|Moses: The Unique Mandate|
When is The Church Going to ďGet It?Ē
The Apostle burns with a vision to build the church Godís way. It is easy for an Apostle to see the mistakes and flaws in its foundation. It is natural for an Apostle to want to change those mistakes.
However one thing stands between the Apostle and his vision: The people of God.
So often you have seen things that must change, but have been blown away at how Godís people can be satisfied with their bondage.
No matter how much they suffer, they cling onto things that are not of God.
Enter: The Moses Apostle
This is where the Mosaic Apostle steps in. Not only are you called to establish a new foundation in the church, but you are called to change the hearts and minds of Godís people.
You are called to lead them from Egypt and into the Promised Land.
The problem is, that not many know that they are in bondage! It will be your task to expose the system and then show Godís people a new way.
This is no small feat, which is why your teaching ministry is a must. Already holding Teaching Office, this calling comes with its own phase of preparation.
Along your journey you will encounter:
- A miraculous call from God
- A call to climb the mountain
- A rebellious generation
- Team building and finding your Joshua
- Establishing something no one ever has before
- Laying a foundation that will remain for generations to come
The Moses Mandate is your guide along this journey. Taking you through training and pointing out the way you need to go, it is a must if you have an apostolic calling.
|TABLE OF CONTENTS
- PART 1: The Moses Mandate
1.The Definition of the Mandate
2. The Cost of the Mandate
3. The Mosiac Call
4. Spiritual Warfare: Overcoming Pharoah
- PART 2: Climbing the Mountain
5. A Call to Climb the Mountain
6. Knowing Jesus
7. Preparing your Heart
8. Preparing the Bride.
9. Bringing the Glory down
- PART 3: Dealing with Pharoah
10. Pharoah and the System
11. Smashing Your Mindsets
12. Your Time of Transition
13. Destroying the Old
- PART 4: Confronting Pharoah
14. Confronting Your Fears
15. Overcoming Your Fears
16. Leaving the Past Behind.
17. Stepping Out In Faith
- PART 5: Revisiting the Mountain
18. Receiving Your Mandate
19. Expansion of the Plan
20. Receiving the Full picture
21. Bringing the Mountain down to the people
- PART 6: Handing a Rebellious Generation
22. Preparing the people for change
23. Presenting the vision to God's people.
24. Smashing Sacred Cows.
25. The new Generation
- PART 7: Surviving the Wilderness
26. Leadership Training
27. Overcoming Opposition and Accusation
28. The Vindication of God
29. Seeing the Big Picture
- PART 8: Handing over to Joshua
29. The Phases of Mosaic Training
30. Setting the Structure in place
31. From Death to Resurrection.
|Excerpt: The Moses Mandate
Excerpt from: Handing Over to Joshua
Moses has it tough. He can't afford to fail even in his training, because he is right out there in the public eye where everybody can see him. He has to contend with the System right at the top where everybody can notice, and some of them like it and some of the don't. The elders thought it was a great idea, but the Children of Israel didn't think it was too much fun when Pharaoh started putting the pressure on them. Was Moses going to make it or was he going to fail?
I don't think he had much of a choice. He had already gotten in there and had already burned his bridges. There was nowhere to go but forward. He pushed forward and signs and wonders followed. It was glorious and magnificent, and then came the final plague and the firstborn of all the Egyptians was killed. The Angel of the Lord came down and swept over the whole of Egypt, and the Children of Israel were saved. They were redeemed and set free!
There was glory after glory, signs and wonders. From the day that vision was birthed the baby screamed and its voice was heard throughout the nations. That is your mandate, Mosaic apostle. Your vision will be birthed. Your ministry will be birthed. And the day that it is birthed the cry of that vision will go out through all the nations and there will be many who will hear the voice of that child and they will look up to see from whence it comes.
This is no time to fail. This is no time to miss it. There is a job to be done. There is a work to be completed, and you will follow through to the end, because you have no choice now. You know when a baby is being born you can't say, "Hang on a minute, I'll just put it back. I'm not ready for it yet!" It doesn't work that way. This baby has been born and it is screaming loud and you have to follow this job through to the end.
Training on the Run
And so all this preparation that you have faced; all that death and having to deal with the Pharaoh within you and having to confront the fear of Pharaoh suddenly comes into play. Suddenly you realize you are coping with things like you couldn't do before. You are handling it in a better way that you didn't think you could handle it before. You are being trained on the run. You are being molded to His image. You are going up the Mountain and one after the other there are things happening. Moses landed with his feet running, and Moses apostle, when the call comes and the mandate is given to you, you will land with your feet running. You will not ease into it. It will come on you suddenly like a woman in travail as the Scriptures say. It will come on you suddenly and the travail will be fast. The birth will be fast, and the growth of the child will be speedy. The birth is glorious. It is magnificent.
And so began a journey after the birth of this child and Moses lead the Children of Israel out of Egypt. Now they were faced with the Red Sea. Here was another obstacle. But what happened? The Lord parted the Red Sea. It was another wonderful sign and the millions were there to watch the magnificent birth of this baby. They were there to see it start growing up and it was incredible. The mandate was showing itself. The ministry was being proven with signs and wonders following.
Moses didn't have time to sit around anymore. He was busy. He had a job to do. He didn't have time to sit in the backside of the desert. There was action needed. What had taken place before was gone. He didn't even think about those sheep anymore. He also didn't even think about his father-in-law anymore. He was too busy doing. And Moses apostle as you start now with the mandate that the Lord has given you, all those things of the past, everything you achieved, everything the Lord used to make you what you are now will become a faint distant memory. It will be a part of your past. They will be no more. Your life will be before and after the call, because you will be two different people. There will be two different lives, like day and night.
Launched With Glory
The birth of the baby will come suddenly and loudly upon you and it will be magnificent! It will be just what you need to start leading the Children of Israel and the people of God in the right direction. Just like a rocket needs all that fuel and all that power under it to launch it through to the stars, so will you need this power to launch you. Once you are there it is a little easier. Then you don't need much power because you don't have gravity any longer. But to launch it is like a rocket bursting into outer space. It takes a tremendous amount of power and a tremendous amount of energy to get it going. The power will come and the glory will come, and it will launch you as your ministry is birthed for all the world to see.
Then it is sustained. It seems as if there is one miracle after the next. The Children of Israel had barely crossed the Red Sea and the Lord was giving them water out of the rock. He was giving them manna on the floor to gather and eat. The Lord gave them quails for meat. There was one thing after the next. Moses just could not fail. There was nothing that he could do wrong. The baby begins to live and grow and be nourished, and it is looking chubby. It is looking healthy. It is doing well. Hope is beginning to spring in your heart. You are starting to see this as a possibility.
You are thinking, "Hey, I can do this thing. I can accomplish this task that the Lord has given me to do. I'll make it. I know I can make it."
Just the Beginning
And so we see this journey progressing from the Wilderness and the top of the Mountain to Egypt, through the Red Sea. There was the manna and water out of the rock, the quails, the miracles, one after the other, and the baby was starting to grow. But the Lord was not finished with Moses just yet. It wasn't enough for the baby just to be born. It wasn't enough for it to just get chubby. He had to feed this ministry. He had to grow it up. He needed to lay a foundation. He needed maturity in his calling. And so I shared on how Moses revisited the Mountain time and time again and the Lord started giving him the Law. He started laying a foundation and getting a picture now of what he was really called to do.
You see, Moses had this idea, "All I'm really called to do is to go and get the Children of Israel out of Egypt and take them to the Promised Land. I mean, that seems easy enough!"
When you are first called that is what you think. You have a picture. The Lord has given you a vision or picture, but unbeknown to you it is a limited vision. It is just the first step. That really isn't the ultimate goal that the Lord has for you. He has a bigger vision in mind, and He had a bigger vision in mind for Moses. He didn't just intend for him to take the Children of Israel to the Promised Land. The real mandate that God had for Moses was to...