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God's sense of humor?

In 1 Samuel 5, we see an example of God’s sense of humor.   The people of Israel  were using the Ark of the Covenant like a good-luck charm,  taking it to battle with them.   280 more words


May 2@2 Samuel 5-9

2 Samuel 5-9 (NLT

Discover His heart: His Holy Spirit dwells in us

When I read the story of Uzzah and the Ark, I always think of the first Indiana Jones movie.  566 more words

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Our Amazing God or A Lesson from Cows

I suppose we all have our favorite Bible stories.  I seem to gravitate to the ones where God shows His might in everyday occurrences. For example: 642 more words

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Vayikra One: Sacrifices and Prayers

The tabernacle is constructed, and the instruments made, and now it’s time to figure out what to do with all of them. “The Lord called to Moses, and spoke to him out of the tent of meeting, saying: Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them: When any man of you brings an offering to the Lord, you will bring your offering of the cattle; even of the herd or of the flock (Leviticus 1:1-2).” Here, we have the introduction of prescribed sacrifices, and some of the first instances of the ritualization of worship in Torah. 207 more words


Shemot Forty: Yom HaAtzmaut

The tabernacle has been built, and God instructs Moses on what to do now, including lighting the lamps, burning incense, and anointing Aaron and his sons as priests. 238 more words


Covenant Conspiracy? Previously Unknown Mosaics Covered With Carpet

An unauthorized project by Muslim authorities on the Temple Mount has revealed the existence of previously undocumented ancient floor designs at the site thought to be where the Bible’s First and Second Temples once stood, but Israeli archaeologists were denied the opportunity to view them. 500 more words

History Rewritten

April 22 / 2 Chronicles 6-9

Solomon now leads the entire community of Israel in worship at the Temple he has built to honor the name of the Lord. His prayer is not only a dedication of the Temple; it is also a dedication of the people to order their lives around the presence of God. 635 more words

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