Read Leviticus 19-22
Today I thought I’d ask what we all have in common?
Dog owner? Cat 🐈⬛ owner?
We have both a dog and cat. Although with the warmer weather the cat has run away. We will see if she comes back, she did last time 🐈⬛ especially as the temps drop again.
Hmmm as we’ve been studying the old and New Testament I’ve been…
1) looking for Jesus throughout the whole thing (and then)
2) looking for what the Old and New Testament both have in common
The command to be holy is something Moses and Peter both exhort us toward.
1 Peter 1:13Therefore prepare your minds for action. Be sober-minded. Set your hope fully on the grace to be given you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. 14As obedient children, do not conform to the passions of your former ignorance. 15But just as He who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do, 16for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.”
But in the new, grace is given, as Jesus is revealed!
Pray with me, Lord reveal Jesus to me, more today.
More clearly than ever before.
Holy in Hebrew is “qadash,” and it means sanctified, consecrated, and dedicated or to be separated from the world and worldliness.
I pray we are a welcome home for every prodigal. May our lives loudly say, ‘Come back to God! The love of the world grows colder and colder. His love welcomes you with a warm home, and a holy grin!’