God's word, a treasure

Moses was in the congregation in the wilderness together with the angel who was speaking to him on Mount Sinai, and who was with our fathers; and he received living words to pass on to us. (Acts 7:38)
Why did the angel entrust the commandments of God to Moses? And why did Moses accept them? Because he understood, it is an honor to receive the word of God. What about us? Do we also understand that God honors us by entrusting us his word and the mission to teach it? Yes, if we can say,

I rejoice at thy word, as one who finds great spoil. (Psalm 119:162)

The commandments of God are, in fact, a statement of the mission for which man was created, to serve the Lord on earth as the angels serve him in heaven. The commandments have the particularity to incite us to believe in God and in ourselves. Because we have to believe that, we are able to receive them and to put them into practice. This requires humility and confidence in God. Indeed, what are we?

What is man, that thou remember him? Or the son of man, that thou art concerned about him? (Hebrews 2:6)? 

It is in the little things that God shows his greatness. For that which is highly esteemed among men is detestable in the sight of God. (Luke 16:15) God loves what is little and modest to the point he even cares about the sparrows and numbers our hair (Matthew 10:29-30). Our “nothingness” is so important and significant to God that he is ready to give us the Holy Spirit so we may attain to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ, able to overcome evil and to perfect the world.
This first commandment, I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage, addresses clearly those who are dominated and enslaved by men and sin. The second commandment, Thou shall not have other gods, addresses those whose gods are immorality, sex, passion and love of money, but also the idolaters of nature who advocate that the humans should draw inspiration from the behavior of animals.
The other commandments show that God knows perfectly that anyone who works needs rest, that the one who dreams of happy days must first honor his parents, and that happiness is incompatible with negative, destructive, jealous and envious inclinations.

Not that we are adequate in ourselves to consider anything as coming from ourselves, but our adequacy is from God. (2 Corinthians 3:5).

God entrusts us his word precisely because we are such imperfects who can fall, of course, but also can overcome by choosing to do what is good and perfect.

Singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God... And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father. (Colossians 3:16-17)

That the angels and all his hosts praise the Lord in heaven (Psalm 148) is certainly beautiful. However, our songs can be more beautiful when we praise God in the middle of our sufferings and adversities, things that angels ignore in heavens. Singing becomes all the easier when we realize that it is God who orchestrates all our situations to lead us, even through failures, towards the perfection of love. (I John 4:18).