Glory of God the Father
The Thirteenth of Hebrews declares the Lord to be the same yesterday, today, and forever. One of the many unchangeable characteristics of the Lord is indicated at the Sixteenth of Numbers when Korah, Dathan, and Abiram charged Moses and Aaron with improperly elevating themselves over the Israelites. Moses responded by saying the Lord Himself would clarify who He had chosen to lead His people. The next morning, the ground clave asunder and swallowed some of the rebels, while more were consumed with fire from the Lord. Because God had chosen Moses to deliver His people from Egyptian bondage, that choice was reiterated that day, and Moses today stands as a type of the Deliverer anti-typed by Jesus Christ. At the Second of Philippians, Paul wrote that God had highly exalted Him and given Him a Name that is above every name: and every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.
Written and voiced by David Hayes Prophater