Today in Exodus 40 we see the Tabernacle finally put into service for the Lord. And in Matthew 12, Jesus continues to heal people, but refuses to do a miracle for the religious leaders. Again, we are reading from the New Century Version.
May God bless the reading of His Word.
Can you imagine how Moses and the people must have reacted when God’s presence decended on the Tabernacle once it was completed? It must have been a time of joy and awe.
And isn’t it just like God for Jesus to refuse to jump through the Pharisees’ hoops to prove who He was? God is God. He has nothing to prove. Sometimes, in His mercy, He shows Himself as trustworthy and real, but He seldom does it just because He is being challenged.
Well, I hope your week is going well so far. Today, we had an appointment with my son Steven’s surgeon. His next surgery is scheduled for June 10th. Please pray that everything goes well.
After the doctors’ appointment, the Lovely Lady LeeAnn and I drove along the southern California coast all the way down to San Diego, before heading back home. We had a great day together, away from computers and the inland heat. It was a good day. I posted a few pictures on my FB timeline if you care to take a look.
Tomorrow we begin the book of Leviticus, and in Matthew, Jesus explains why he taught with parables, or stories.
I’ll talk to then. May God bless you richly. I’m Steve Webb.