Posts Tagged ‘Tabernacle’
…and Aaron was silent.
Part of my meditation this week has included “Minding the Inner Life” (see Salvation that Transforms). In this meditation, Pastor Kang, reminds us that the heart is the wellspring of life and teaches that spiritual formation means “cultivating the heart.” As I have reflected and meditated on this teaching, my daily Bible reading has served to bring insight helpful in understanding how much the heart of a man can stand as an obstacle to advancing in the ways of Christ or serve as a catalyst and encourager for transformation to His image.
…daily reading: The last couple weeks have been taking me through the books of Exodus and Leviticus. There have been several points that have been helpful in illustrating the fickleness of the human heart. We are so incredibly quick to flip-flop our attentions and our memory seems very limited, or short, when it concerns the lessons of God versus the desires of our heart. Before I go any further, I should make clear some of the things that standing out in my own memory that have been fueling my thoughts. Read the rest of this entry »