Leviticus 15.1-16.28; Mark 7.1-23; Psalm 40.11-17; Proverbs 10.13-14
A prayer: Lord, may all those who come to this site indeed find joy and happiness in their search for you. May you grant them wisdom as they discover more and more ways to draw closer to you and may your peace fill their lives. Amen.
When you read through Leviticus, you find repeated examples of how appearing before the Lord is a big deal and not something to be taken lightly. In what ways might we diminish the gravity of appearing before the Lord and how can we ensure we are taking proper steps to do so in full recognition of his power and glory?
How do we finding ourselves “honoring” God with all the right actions, yet failing to do so with our hearts? What can we do to change that?
When is the last time you cried out: “Lord, rescue me!” How did he rescue you?
If wise people treasure knowledge, what are you doing to learn more, especially about God?