We all, with unveiled face, beholding…the glory of the Lord… —2 Corinthians 3:18
Moses spent time with God and because of such time, his face was visibly transformed. He came out of God’s presence aglow. There was such a radiance from his face that he wore a veil. Recently I have heard that the veil was worn so that the people would not see when the light would begin to fade. Initially I thought it was because the light was so bright that the people couldn’t bear to look at his face. But this recent thought of hiding it so that the people would not know it faded is interesting. A couple of reasons why this is important from a leadership standpoint.
The people need to know the leader spends time with God. Of course the people could see Moses routinely go into the cloud and sometimes remain for weeks…
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