No matter how you have attained or you think you have attained in God, there is still that place for the thirst, there is still that place for more which is why someone like Paul who wrote so many books in the Bible will stop in Philippians 3:10 and give his profile; how that he was a Pharisee, he was circumcised on the 8th day, he was from the tribe of Benjamin, the son of the right hand; he didn’t lack any qualifications earthly speaking. He gave all his qualifications and what he was doing to please God, then he said, he counted everything as dung because of one thing, just so he could be able to press to know Him.
To Paul, all he had known, the books he had written, were nothing compared to the fact that there was a thirst seated deep inside him – that thirst was to know Him.
In Exodus 3, Moses been schooled in the art and science of Egypt, will leave Egypt because there was something inside him that was not right. He recognized the fact that he was hungry for something different, he recognized that what he was receiving was not what he was supposed to receiving, he recognized that there was something more, and in a quest to attain it, he left the palace.
The bible recorded that for 40 years, he was doing so many things; then he will stumble in the wilderness on an encounter with God in a burning bush, and God will speak to him giving him the mandate. Continue reading