Deuteronomy 6:23And He
brought us out from thence, that He might bring us in, to give us the land
which He sware unto our Fathers.
Moses is referring to Israel’s
deliverance from Egypt, which is recorded in the Book of Exodus. The Book of
Exodus is the “going-out” book. The children of Israel could not enter the land
God had promised their fathers until after they were out of Egypt. So, God
brought them out to bring them in. It is the same with us in this day. We
cannot move into a new realm in God until we move out of the one we are in. The
problem that many Christians have of moving into the promises of God is that
they are not willing to leave their present place in God. It is like Jesus
said, “No man also having drunk old wine straightway desires new: for he
saith, The old is better” (Luke 5:39). ...more
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An exposition of Isaiah chapter 2-4. Before beginning our exposition it is necessary to understand the order of Isaiah's prophecy in Isaiah 2:2-4 to establish the mountain of the Lord's house in the top of the mountains. These three chapters reveal the means by which the Lords brings it to pass and what we go through in our journey to that destination.