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“My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations, knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.” “Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Moshiach.” Let's stop here and test your Moshiach literacy.

 

The wilderness wanderings in the Torah are all about temptation. If we are not tempted ourselves today, others are: let us remember them in our intercession; for in due time temptation will befall us as well, and we ourselves shall also be put into temptation’s crucible.

 

How indeed can you, however, count all such trials as joy?

 

There once was a minister who was tried for 60 days, and if his tears were bottled in heaven (Ps 56:8[9]), there must have been a wine cellar full of them there. However, just before the 60th day, the L-rd showed him the reason for his trials: that He was going to reveal Himself to the minister in a deeper way for the salvation of many, but such depth required testing and pruning and tears of contrition.

 

Then when his tears were collected and ready to flow, the minister suddenly found himself going out into the street and compelling two Jewish people and a father to come into the House of G-d, and with many sobbing tears and much heart-struck weeping, the minister lifted up the perfect Lamb Moshiach Yeshua and his bloody wounds exacted as a kaparah atonement for our sins by our just and merciful G-d, thus leading all three of them, the two Jewish people and the father, to pray for salvation. So it was necessary for the minister to sow in tears in order to be able to reap in joy. Did it require 60 days of trial to brew all those tears for one day of salvation for three people? Yes, most assuredly. And their salvation, coming after a test, was a gift of G-d.

 

When the L-rd gives a gift, He often offers the gift in the form of a test. Notice the manna, the bread from heaven served by the L-rd six days a week for forty years in the wilderness. It was served up as a test, “In this way I will test them and see whether they will follow my instructions” (Exodus 16:4). We count it all joy when we are tested by the L-rd because this means that a promotion or a blessing or a break-through is coming, if only we will trust the L-rd and in faith obediently proceed in the direction that He commanded us to march, knowing that the blessing will follow the test as surely as the light of dawn follows the black of night.

 

In the Ark of the Covenant there was laid up as a testimony the pot of manna and the rod. The L-rd’s rod and his staff they comfort me. The discipline of His testings feed me as much as His heavenly bread. The L-rd is my Shepherd. I need trials to trim clean the iniquity in me which would otherwise entrap me. And it is Moshiach who makes me clean; He is my chelek in the Promised Land and my inheritance share in Eternal Life (see John 13:8 OJB; John 15:2). Baruch Hashem for the Tzur Yisroel (the Rock of Israel) from which we were cut (Isaiah 51:1), the One who was struck as our temurah (substitute) so that the penalty for our sins could be paid and the mayim chayyim (living water) of the Holy Spirit could come forth. The Moshiach Tzur Yisroel never leaves us or forsakes us and for all eternity in Him our thrist for G-d and His Ruach Hakodesh is quenched forevermore (I Cor 10:3; John 4:10,13-14). Know this: it was because of our mishpat mavet that Moshiach went to his death, and only Moshiach provided the korban kapparah for our sins. Only in Moshiach can Hashem justly extend His mercy to us. Moshiach’s khalifah (exchange, replacement, substitution) was from Hashem that we might live. Hashem is not willing that any nashamah should perish. Trust in Hashem’s Kitvei Hakodesh with all of your heart and lean not on your own corrupt way of thinking. The purchase price of our redemption has been paid in full. No mitzvah we might do can make up any supposed deficit. The only zchus (merit) we have is in Moshiach Tzidkeinu, not in ourselves. Moshiach Ben Boaz Ben Dovid paid the full price. When Moshiach paid the price, we were like Elimelech and Machlon, dead in our trespasses and sins (Ruth 4:10).

 

He who endures to the end shall be saved. The Israelites took forty years to make what should have been an eleven-day journey to the Promised Land. The race began at the Red Sea and ended on the other side of the Jordan River. But as it is today, at the finishing line there were many vacant pews. The Land of Milk and Honey was never experienced by those whose bodies littered the wilderness, just as today thousands drop out of Houses of Worship every year. After thirty-nine years of traveling to reach the Promised Land, a faithless, rebellious and disobedient generation has died off, a generation that did not please G-d. This picture was given as a warning to us (see I Cor 10:11). Like them, we have our Red Sea immersion and begin a walk of faith toward our eternal home. But along the way there are many lonely false turns and dangerous dry places. We would do well to chart their journey as Moses records it and learn from their mistakes.

Get Rid of a Negative Attitude

 

Some people keep wandering in the wilderness because they have a problem with authority. They are always murmuring, grumbling, complaining and finding fault with ministers. But this is dangerous, because people like this may find themselves picking a quarrel with G-d (Num 16:11)! This is because they still have their old carnal appetite and can’t yet appreciate the new bread (manna) from heaven, which bread is a picture of our Messiah (Exodus 16:35; John 6:30f), who also came to them in the Promised Land as a test (Exodus 16:4; John 6:61). We are talking about types and shadows of things to come. Slaves in bondage in Egypt are symbolic of slaves to sin and demonic bondage. Coming out of Egypt…what is this but coming out from among them as a new creature in Moshiach, a new creation born of G-d?

 

The Promised Land, flowing with milk and honey, is symbolic of life which is true life, the eternal life to which our pilgrimage directs us, even as we are to walk in the newness of life every day. But there is a walk of obedience (procrastination regarding something G-d has commanded you to do is really disobedience), there is a wilderness trek of growth out of carnality and immaturity for every believer and in this journey our Bible is the only reliable map. The Scriptures are our roadmap to heaven; we’d be lost without them. Through a worship life of faith and prayer and fasting and careful attention to the map we avoid wandering around in the back side of the desert. The L-rd said, “My Presence will go with you and I will give you rest” (Exodus 33:14).

 

Victory Over Strongholds in our Lives

 

Luke 4:13 shows us that we must stay alert because Satan, once he has tempted us, stands back just waiting for a good time to come against us again. We must guard our hearts with all diligence and search for the L-rd in the Scriptures until He and He alone fills every empty place in our hearts, knowing that He will fight for us if we rest our hearts in Him. So now that we are born again and delivered from the bondage of our former lives, we need to put the world of Egypt behind us and set our face to begin our journey to the promised land. Even though the L-rd has wheeled around and miraculously saved us at the Red Sea crossing from the old life into the new (see Exodus 14:19-31), immersing us with Moshiach and lifting us up out of mayim chayyim to walk in the newness of life, yet we still need to beware of the golden calf of idolatry (I John 5:21) and of sinning against our marching orders, the Ten Commandments. This is done by always maintaining in our heart a Tabernacle of worship, a Mishkan of praise music, an Ohel Mo’ed of thanksgiving to G-d.

 

After a year in the Desert of Sinai, the Israelites headed for the Promised Land. When they arrived at a place called Kadesh-Barnea, twelve spies were sent into the land as a test to see if anyone would return with a good report of faith. G-d wanted the people to be told that He was able to do what He had promised and to obtain for them the Promised Land, in spite of any giants menacing G-d’s people there. He wanted 12 men to come back preaching Good News of faith. However, they returned after forty days with what turned out to be their own death sentence, because only two of them were walking in faith, Joshua and Caleb. The other 10 and the rest of the 600,000 men of that generation would die in unbelief, never making it to the Promised Land. Without faith it is impossible to please Hashem. But faith comes from exposure to Hashem’s Scriptures.





So an omipotent G-d saves us by grace (not works) at the Red Sea of our salvation, and Numbers 33 is a literal itinerary from Egypt (starting perhaps 1446 or so), but the wanderings in the itinerary are also an almost parabolic objectification of the believer's struggle with his flesh in his pilgrim's progress toward glory, Canaan being a type of heaven. Having eating the Pesach, and having left Egypt on the 15th day of the first month, the Children of Israel go from Rameses to Succoth and then to Etham. Avoiding the more direct route through dangerous Philistine country, they wind up at Marah where the people murmured because of a lack of water. But the Bible says, "My G-d shall supply all your needs." And He did. And at Elim there were 12 springs of water and 70 palm trees. So now we come to the 15th day of the second month after their departure from Egypt and we approach the Wilderness of Sin. But memories of the Egyptian flesh pots brought murmuring again. Manna and quail were provided. From this point we eventually arrive at the opposing roadblock of the Amalekites, who were defeated. After Jethro's arrival there was a division of labor that gave relief to Moses the administrator and judge. In the third month, after the children of Israel were gone forth out of the land of Egypt, they came into the wilderness of Sinai where Moses went up from the people to receive the Ten Commandments. On the third day the people were to be ready to hear from the L-rd, a traumatic event that assured them that they needed a Mediator. After the Elders ascended, Moses had a 40 day appointment with the L-rd and received instructions from the L-rd. But later, Moses had to return for another 40 day appointment with the L-rd because the people broke the Ten Commandments with an idolatrous orgy. On the first day of the first month of the second year of the Exodus, the Tabernacle was erected, and G-d, with His covering glory cloud, made His dwelling there. Then the Children of Israel proceed to Kadesh-Barnea from Sinai, an eleven day journey. Here it would have been possible to go in and take the Promised Land but faith failed the People of Israel. Joshua and Caleb exhorted the people to go in but they listened to an evil report and rebelled against the L-rd, necessitating their death in the wilderness during a forty years period of vain wandering. During this 38 year period of wandering, Moses, contrary to the command of God, smote the rock and by so doing incurred a punishment for himself that he too would die in the Wilderness. Aaron died in the fortieth year. We are to meditate on this history and on Balaam and make sure we do not make the same mistakes, lest we miss the Glory to come. Evil desires war against our soul, but if we meditate on Moshiach and reverence him in our hearts as Adoneinu, then we will make it through the wilderness with the accompanying Rock (1Co 10:4; Ex 17:1-7; Num 20:2-13), which is Moshiach. Return to the Home Page.