Hebrews 11:24-26
“By faith Moses, when he was come to years, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter; Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season; Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompence of the reward.”

When a policeman flashes his lights and pulls up behind you, you had better pull over. Disregarding his well-established request for you to pull over will result in some unnecessary trouble and possibly some bad YouTube publicity for you. When the police ask us to do something, we respond. It isn’t because the policeman is nice or asking sincerely, it is because a man in his position has authority. A man in his right position is more powerful than just a man with a gift.

God established Moses for the time in which he would live and put his life on a course to set Israel free. Yet when we look in Scripture, we see that Moses chose this life by an act of faith. God puts us all on the basis of free moral agency to choose His love and perfect will for our lives. When we accept His will, we step into the perfect plan of God. This plan will ultimately be fulfilled whether we choose to obey or not, but God uses men to accomplish His will and purpose. He places men in a place to accomplish it, and every Believer has a position in God’s Church.

Whether you are a pastor, a singer, or a seat warmer, you have a position in God’s church. The authority of God is behind the Believer who is in his or her right position, following and obeying the Lord’s will. Just like Moses, in all his self proclaimed weakness and obvious shortcomings, God uses us to accomplish His will if we simply choose to acknowledge Him in our ways and walk in faith upon His Word.

You will find your position. If you haven’t, then start praying and start believing. If you have, then stand in your position with faith and courage. All heaven is behind the Believer who stands in their position in faith.

55-1008 - “The Results Of Decision”
Here was Moses; he had his foot on the throne. He could’ve had a great… He could’ve turned on Egypt down there and maybe stayed there, but God’s promise was to journey through the wilderness and go to the promised land. Got to get in the position first. And Moses chose rather to suffer with the people than to set on a throne down here, because it was revealed to him spiritually. And here he was going and God was proving.

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