“And Moses said, I will now turn aside, and see this great sight, why the bush is not burnt” (Exodus 3:3).
“Turn,” by definition means “an act of changing or reversing position or posture.”
The burning bush caused Moses to turn. The bush burning in the desert was usual, but a bush not being consumed was unusual. If the bush had burned in any way, Moses would have continued his day and his duties as usual. Likewise, God has to keep some bushes aflame in our path to get us to turn. When we turn, God supernaturally appears, speaks audibly, and specially assigns.
Like Moses, God has something for us to do. There is a message for us to enunciate, a ministry for us to embrace, and a mission for us to execute. Therefore, God sets a bush on fire for us to see Him, to seek Him, and to serve Him. The fire in the Word, the flame in the work, and the furnace in the witness will not go out.
The bush in the life of the believer is going to burn until you turn! So, “turn aside and see this great sight.”