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Moses' Fire

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Moses' Fire

Moses stared into the reflection of his fear and asked, “Who am I?”
“I am that I am” fire answered.
Unquenchable fire driving Jesus to embrace the ridicule of his ancestors, 
Flight calls to me,
But fight stands for me,
Hot coals call to his consciousness,
I must, Moses says!
“Thou will be done!!” Jesus says and talks to the cross.
He screams, “Take me, for in the web of your humiliation, I will become more 
powerful than dreams!
And this power shall ignite the imagination of a generation!”
The man pondered as God restored his hope in forward motion,
“Just walk the footsteps”, as he stared into Christ’s blue lit eyes, burning with the 
light of his disappointment.
“Just walk the footsteps” the man said, and let God take care of the rest.

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