The song of Moses was written when he was 120 years old.
And he said to them: “I am one hundred and twenty years old today. I can no longer go out and come in. Also Yehovah has said to me, ‘You shall not cross over this Jordan.’ (Deu 31:2)
He has been with Israel’s seed (a.k.a. and perversely known as “the children of Israel”) for 40 years; he knows them and he knew their fathers also. But these spiritually born men have never really been Yehovah’s servants.
Now Moses called all Israel and said to them: “You have seen all that Yehovah did before your eyes in the land of Egypt, to Pharaoh and to all his servants and to all his land—the great trials which your eyes have seen, the signs, and those great wonders. Yet Yehovah has not given you a heart to perceive and eyes to see and ears to hear, to this very day. (Deu 29:2-4)
We, Israel’s seed, are getting ready to take possession of our lands; but Yehovah and Moses both know that we will forsake Him and serve other elohim (the lawmakers and the judges of the nations that are all around us).
The song of Moses was given to Israel’s seed and to their seed (all Ezrach men) to be a testimony against themselves (those who left Yehovah to serve other elohim) in the latter days.
“Now therefore, write this song of Moses for yourselves, and teach it to Israel’s seed; put it in their mouths, that this song of Moses may be a witness for Me against Israel’s seed. When I have brought them to the land flowing with milk and honey, of which I swore to their fathers, and they have eaten and filled themselves and grown fat, then they will turn to other gods and serve them; and they will provoke Me and break My covenant. Then it shall be, when many evils and troubles have come upon them, that this song of Moses will testify against them as a witness; for it will not be forgotten in the mouths of their descendants [זרעו, zera – seed], for I know the inclination of their behavior today, even before I have brought them to the land of which I swore to give them.” Therefore Moses wrote this song of Moses the same day, and taught it to Israel’s seed. (Deu 31:19-22)
As I said, this song of Moses is given to Israel’s seed (people like me, who have voluntarily left the kingdom of their birth, joined themselves to Yehovah and His other called-out servants and then at Passover have become His Ezrach seed and heir) and it is to be sung to those who have gone and served other elohim. These men are harlots, and the song of Moses tells their story and their latter end.
“For they [harlot Israel] are a nation [גוי, Goy] void of counsel, nor is there any understanding in them. Oh, that they were wise, that they understood this, that they would consider their latter end! (Deu 32:28-29)
Those who dwell on earth live a very pragmatic lifestyle, they live for today and do not consider their latter end. But Yehovah’s servants see the big picture and they know that what Yehovah says, He will do.
Therefore thus says my master, Yehovah: “Behold, My servants shall eat, but you shall be hungry; Behold, My servants shall drink, but you shall be thirsty; Behold, My servants shall rejoice, but you shall be ashamed. Behold, My servants shall sing for joy of heart, but you shall cry for sorrow of heart, and wail for grief of spirit. You shall leave your name as a curse to My chosen; For my master, Yehovah will slay you, And call His servants by another name. (Isa 65:13-15)
Below is my teaching the song of Moses.
The Song of Moses
2D17 Deuteronomy 32
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