“The God of My Salvation”

Job 9:33

Neither is there any daysman betwixt us, that might lay his hand upon us both.

This is an interesting scripture found in the book of Job. Job is the oldest book in the bible. Moses had not yet written the first five books of the bible known as the Pentateuch.

Let me give a very short background to the book of Job. Job was a very righteous man in his day and very wealthy. The devil approached God and accused Job of only serving God because God had given him so much wealth.

Well in the bible we consider it the hardest trial any man could have faced. Job lost everything in one days’ time. All his children were killed by a tornado, his servants were taken captive and killed, all his cattle taken. He and his wife were left alone, but in all this and so much more Job never cursed God and he never quit believing in God.

This verse has just stuck with me for years, especially the word Daysman. A daysman is an arbitrator, a lawyer that could stand between you and God the judge. Without any bible or street preacher to tell Job this, he understood that his righteousness would not allow him to stand before an all Righteous God. How amazing is this? Understanding ahead of his time.

I believe because of this one simple sentence that Job was indeed a prophet, ushering in the understanding for the need of the Messiah, The Christ, Jesus our Mediator before the Lord.

When your day of judgment comes you will need Jesus to stand before you in the courtroom of God when Jesus enters your defense plea, He will say Father I plead My blood upon his sins, therefore his debts are paid in full.

All good attorneys get paid before they enter the courtroom; their clients write out a check beforehand. You have to write out a check too. But this one you write in your own heart.

Romans 10: 9-11

That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus,

and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him

from the dead, thou shalt be saved.

For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and

with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.

For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall

not be ashamed.

It’s a verbal check, that only you can write.

He is: “El-Yeshuati”

“The God of My Salvation”

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By Christopher D. Hudson

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