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“You Had One Job!”

  BIBLE READING: Leviticus 8-11                 Recently, I was scrolling through some social media site and stumbled across this image with the caption below it that read “You had one job!”.  If you haven’t caught it yet, the shirt is supposed to be a picture of the continent Asia; but that isn’t Asia, it’s Africa.  The designers of the shirt had one job, one job, and they messed it up.  That slogan sums up the story of Nadab and Abihu. …

“I Didn’t Mean Too”

  BIBLE READING: Leviticus 5-7                 We have all heard someone say to us, “I am so sorry, I didn’t mean it” or “Forgive me, I didn’t know I wasn’t supposed to this or that.” We like to excuse many of our actions as “only mistakes”, “I didn’t know better” and “no big deal”. God sees things differently as He speaks to us in today’s reading about our unintentional sins.             “The LORD spoke to Moses, saying, “If anyone commits…

“Understanding Leviticus”

  BIBLE READING: Leviticus 1-4                 To the average Bible student who is attempting to follow a daily Bible reading plan up until this point, it has been somewhat easy.  The story of God’s creation of the world and the introduction to Abraham and Israel becoming God’s chosen people, along with their journey to get out of bondage and the reintroduction to Jehovah, is not only interesting, but rather compelling.   However, the task can be rather difficult when we get…

“The Glory of the Lord”

  BIBLE READING: Exodus 38-40                 Upon completion of the tabernacle, Moses records “a cloud covered the tent of meeting, and the glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle.” (Exodus 40.34) .   Like me, you have probably heard the phrase “Glory of the Lord” all of your life, but I’m not sure many of us understand what exactly that was.  The word “glory” used in the text is the Hebrew word “kabod” , which means “Honor, great quantity; multitude, wealth;…