“a Lamp to my feet. a Light for my path.” – Exodus 34:29




When Moses came down from Mount Sinai…

he was not aware that his face was radiant because he had spoken with the LORD.


– Exodus 34:29






Moses is a wonderful example of how our relationship with the Lord should be.


Moses would frequently go before the Lord

where he would throw himself to the ground and worship God,

who “would speak to him face to face, as one speaks to a friend.” (Ex 33:11).

In those moments, Moses would ask the Lord to let him know His ways

so that he would understand God more fully and continue to enjoy His favour.


When we spend time with our Maker in our special quiet place,

because we truly believe that He is with us and listening to us,

then, like Moses, we will be fittingly worshipful of Him

and our Almighty God will listen to us, and counsel us,

speaking to us like a friend.


If my attitude when I go in front of the Lord is like that of Moses,

then when I leave His presence, my heart will be radiant, just like Moses’ face,

glowing, consoled and strengthened through the knowledge of living and sharing in God’s love.






My Lord and my God,

let me bow my head, always, in Your presence.

Let me never take You for granted.


I know that You are my friend,

but You are also my God

and You deserve all glory, honour and love.


Lord, help me set my heart free

so that it can rejoice and glow

in Your divine omnipresence. Amen.


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1 Response to “a Lamp to my feet. a Light for my path.” – Exodus 34:29

  1. Mary Muscat says:

    Thank you for this most Beautiful Word. God is Great and it is very true that He deserves GLORY, HONOUR and LOVE. He is also so very HUMBLE that we can go in His Presence in times of Adoration to give Him thanks and to meditate, pray and to implore His Assistance. Thank You Dear God for Loving us so very much.

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