When Moses was born, his mother saw that he was a goodly child, and she hid him for three months. The word ‘goodly’ as used in that scripture means favoured, prosperous, extraordinary, etc. So a child who was favoured and prosperous was hidden. A child who had greatness written all over him was hidden. A child who was going to become Israel’s leader was hidden. A destiny that was to shine like a million stars was covered.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: you will not be covered; you will not be hidden; you will not be reduced to nothing; you will not dwell in obscurity; you will not be covered with any cloud of darkness; circumstances will not cover you; the haters of your destiny will not cover you; the obstacles on the pathway of your greatness will not cover you; your background will not cover you; no power of hell will cover you.
Moses was meant to lead Israel out of captivity, and there was no way he was going to remain in hiding. His destiny had favour on it, and by that favour, he was not going to be covered. Go and announce to those who want to see you covered and in obscurity, that you are too favoured and prosperous to be in confinement. Even if you want to be silent, the favour on your life will scream to high heavens until you are divinely announced.
As surely as the Lord lives, you shall stand on the mountain of relevance and influence. You shall be ahead and not behind; you shall be above only and not beneath; you shall be heard; your voice will not be swallowed by circumstances; your destiny will not be under lock and key; you cannot be covered; you cannot be hidden. Every confinement is broken; every covering is torn.
If God be for you, and if the favour of God be upon you, then get set: you cannot be hidden or covered.