Skip to comments.Take the sandals off your feet, for the place you stand is holy ground
Posted on 08/18/2020 6:58:46 PM PDT by GulfMan
I made this video today of Moses and the burning bush, if you have good speakers or a headset use them, the sound is very high quality.
Is the vocal soundtrack from The Prince of Egypt by Dreamworks ?
> Is the vocal soundtrack from The Prince of Egypt by Dreamworks ?
Yes, it is. I thought so too, after I made it I must have watched it 100 times, it stirs my spirit and practically moves me to tears.
It literally gives me goosebumps when I watch it. The thought of God talking with a man is just too much to bare ...
I’ve often wondered about that passage. What’s wrong with shoes and right about bare feet?
My guess is that God does not want a barrier (sandal) between Himself and His creature(man),Besides, He is pleased to bless his creature and a barrier would diminish its effect. Just surmising.
Frank Costanza wondered the same thing.
Feet coverings possibly interrupt electromagnetic forces?
Shoes are dirty. When people entered homes or especially holy places, they removed them.
Cool. I liked it.
On one biblical level, Feet have a significant meaning with regards to whether one was going to raise up their dead brothers offspring.
The sandal was removed if the man would not raise up seed for his dead brother.
That man also was to be spat upon.
Those stories or accounts in the New Testament about wearing sandals or not or spitting are prophetic clues or riddles about the Kingdom of Heaven.
If one would have sandals on and a staff in their hand, prophetic meaning is that they are taking the responsibility to raise up their dead brothers offspring and has the authority to lead/rule in terms of govt or priesthood.
But one should take care to recall Moses and Aaron both had rods/staffs that turned into a serpent.
That is a prophetic picture of what was going to occur in the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth,the church.
Lots of obscure natural topics/events in bible hold spiritual meaning and significance.
That’s the premise of first the natural, then the spiritual.
Yes, it is a well-known fact that the Almighty has difficulty imparting blessings through shoe leather.
For me, this scene in "The Ten Commandments (1956)" with Charleston Heston is the best. The Blu Ray version is breathtaking with its restored audio and video. The genuine humbleness and emotion in Heston's voice stirs the soul.
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