“What Was Moses Really Like?”

Teaching Delivered Through

Frances Marie Klug

December 15, 1979


“Logic would describe Moses in this manner. His mission upon the earth as a True Mystic for God spoke loudly that he was ‘Spiritually innocent’. He had to be this way for only ‘Spiritual innocence’ could have supported his mission for God and allowed him to persevere in the Directions of God.

Moses, in his ‘Spiritual innocence’, walked in an awareness and an alertness beyond human ability. Though this man walked strongly, positively, directly, and projected direction for all mankind, men sometimes forgot, were unable, or even indifferent to how a man could walk in this ‘Spiritual innocence’ with so much drive, in the midst of man, for the sake of man.

‘Spiritual innocence’ is not a subject men are used to becoming involved with. It is something man truly does not see. But, to be a True Mystic of God’s, all things are based on the ‘Spiritual innocence’ of the chosen child.

When men were given The Commands that were elaborated upon in detail, there was no mistaking Who These could have truly originated from. The indepthness, the clarity, the consistency, the obvious broad scope of Their definition, proved that only God could know man this well.

Each Commandment was specific in Its Wording, but elaborated upon in Its Meaning. When Moses was instilled by God with the fullness of each Meaning, It covered not only every facet of human life, but every facet that any man could think, act with, act upon, be involved in, or be in the presence of, in private, or with other people. Nothing was left out in the completeness in which, through which, by which, for which, Moses was directed in, on the Ten Commandments, for all men then, and for all mankind to come.

Men speak of purity. Men do not understand fully the magnitude of the word ‘purity’ for the Soul. There could be the distractions of their own feelings, weaknesses, needs, desires, likes, dislikes, enter into the picture, and men react to surroundings and people, mostly because they are not ‘Spiritually innocent’ enough to desire only to stand in the Light of God, in service to God above all things. The weaker men become morally, instead of reaching for purity, they become sterile in their thoughts, actions, words, sterilizing their whole environment to a noncommittal acceptance of a lifeless existence.

‘Spiritual innocence’ is distinct in that it radiates from within the human structure, and it involves God in and above all things, and desires only justice for God, eliminating man’s private acceptance. ‘Spiritual innocence’ bears much responsibility, and in it there is a bondage to God in spite of what any man criticizes, is concerned with, or cannot understand.

Moses was not a demonstrative man. His mission for God was so serious that it compelled him to be firm in all his words, all his statements, all his travels, meeting people of all cultures of life, creeds of belief, status of social life, involvement, concerns; and of course, he faced men who were evil, who were jealous. His ‘Spiritual innocence’ sustained him, never ignoring the situation, but standing up to it, facing it, or rejecting it because of the nature of it. It was not Moses’ concern to be popular, but to deliver God’s Message.

We owe Moses much, for in submitting his will to God, in his love for God, we, three thousand years later, have the privilege to use These Ten Commandments for our own Sainthood.”