1) Keep the faith in the Lord. He will come through for you, but not on your time, but his time.
2) There are times in our life, when we must be willing to submit ourselves.
3) It should be comforting when we know God is with us.
4) It is important to be obedient to God.
5) God is Righteous!
My reading for this day was from Luke 1 & Numbers 21-22. Luke 1 was about God’s choice of people to carry out his plan. Numbers was about rebellion against God.
I continued my reading in Exodus via chapters 25-29. So after God details moral conduct, He then begins detailing all things related to acceptably worshipping Him. God spent a lot of time detailing the setup of the worship place–both outside and inside–even, down to the number of loops in the curtains.
My immediate takeaways were just a bunch of random thoughts today: Are we giving as much detailed care and appreciation to our worship facility’s maintenance and upkeep as the original blueprint outlined us to? Is our place of worship, and our worship we offer for that matter, as sacred to us now as it was to our ancestors then? Do we even respect it the same way they did, to where even our children are in observance of the acts of worship during worship? Have our contemporary freedoms blindsided us as Christian parents to where it’s acceptable behavior for us to allow our little children to be entertained/refocused in some way during worship, instead? Why is that so common place in our assemblies of worship? As parents, do we truly respect the place of worship ourselves? We nurture them, yes, but are we failing when it comes to the admonition part of bringing up our children in worship?
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