Wednesday, February 20, 2013

February 20 – Leviticus 22-23

Today’s reading comes from Leviticus 22-23. Before reading I invite you to pray and asked God to speak to you as you read his word.

God is constantly reminding us of who He is. In our reading today he does that over and over again. At the end of various sections we find these words … “I am the Lord” (22:2, 22:3, 22:8, 22:9, 22:16, 22:30 22:33). God reminds us the reader that we do what we do because He is the Lord. He is master, He is creator, He is sustainer, and He is behind it all. We do it all to bring praise, honor, and glory to His name.

Do you live your life with that thought process? Do you remember that He is Lord; he is master, creator, and sustainer? According to our reading today we would be wise to constantly remember that He is the Lord, we are not, and that we are trust in Him in all we do.

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