Messianic Apologetics

Addressing the Theological and Spiritual Issues of the Broad Messianic Movement

What it means for the end-time Believers to sing the Song of Moses is actually somewhat complicated. By no means is it a popular praise song sung in today’s Messianic world! “Singing” the Song of Moses means that we are to embody the mission and purpose as seen in the Song of Moses. In order to do this, we must identify what the Song of Moses actually is, interpret it properly against its ancient context, and then consider some of the specific things that are involved with the prophesied restoration of God’s people. We may not actually be “singing” this song today in our approach to Biblical faith.

In this hour of restoration, the Holy One of Israel is forging ahead using a variety of circumstances to bring His people into a fuller understanding of Him and His Word. The festival of Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is being utilized as one of the principal magnets for restoring the Body of Messiah.

When we consider the Spring feasts of the Lord, which begin with the remembrance of Passover and the Festival of Unleavened Bread, we are reminded that one of the reasons that we observe these holidays is because it is a sign of our obedience to God’s commandments. What is it about this particular sign that in and of itself is so life changing? Is it possible that the Holy One really does want His children to remember the trauma of the Ancient Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt—and what it required in terms of human life—in order to get our undivided attention?

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