Moses walked in the glory of God. People look at him and think, WOW! What a man of God! He must have really been something. Wasn't he special? Yes, he was special to God. But God is no respecter of persons. Just as Moses walked in the glory of the Lord, so can we! If we want to walk in this glory we have to be willing to pay the price. The trouble today is that those who are willing to pay the price to walk and talk with God are few and far in between. That's why we don't see the power, the miracles, the supernatural we all crave.
Moses lived in the presence of God. Moses was a man of power, because he walked in the Spirit. If we're not flowing in the Spirit of God, we won't last. If we're not walking in the Spirit, we're walking in defeat. We need to know how to flow with God's Spirit. If we don't flow in the realm of the Spirit, we'll never enter into what God has for us. When I use the word "Spirit," people usually think, WEIRD! The Holy Spirit is not weird. He does strange things in the Spirit realm at times, but that is because we don't understand it. We must have an understanding of the moving and flow of the Holy Spirit in these last days. If churches do not flow with the spirit in these last days they will crumble. I'm not prophesying doom and gloom; it's just a fact written on the billboard of the Spirit. Flesh, emotions, and the name-tag Christianity is on the way out because God's glory doesn't mix with that. The flesh and the Spirit can't flow together. Moses lived in fellowship with the Father; not off flesh, his emotions, or a name and popularity. Names and natural ability won't cause God to budge for you. God comes to people who want to be his friend. Moses walked in the glory because he had a relationship with God that didn't compromise. To live in the Spirit is not a formula. It is a relationship.
Paying the Price
Moses paid the price. That's why he walked in the glory. He refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter (Hebrews 11:24). He was brought up in the house of a ruler and had access to all the riches, honor, and ecstasy of the natural world. He had it all. He had it made. But he refused it. He wanted something better than all that. If you want to walk in God's glory, you must refuse the world and turn to Him. "The world and its desires pass away, but the man who does the will of God lives forever" (1 Johns 2:17 NIV)
As you climb higher in God, there is a letting go, a giving up of things. You must be willing to do this if you want His glory upon you. You can't live the resurrection life in the flesh. Flesh always fights the Spirit and always will. You have to put that to death, or you'll never go higher in God; you'll never walk in His glory.
God's Presence With Us
God's presence went with Moses wherever he went! He walked in that glory, and he saw mighty miracles and deeds. Today, we need the same thing that Moses had. We need God's presence with us. God's presence isn't with many people walking the earth today, sad to say. Why? People aren't willing to pay the price to walk in His glory. Until you are willing to pay the price, God's presence won't be with you. It's time His presence was manifested more in this earth. He desires it to be. He wants His glory to fill the earth. For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the water cover the sea (Habakkuk 2:14). When will the glory of God cover the earth? When we begin to walk in His presence daily. When His glory flows in and through us, then and only then will the knowledge of the glory of the Lord fill the earth. God's already done His part. Now it's up to you and me. Will we do ours? How seriously do we desire His glory in our lives? The choice is ours to make.