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Devotional - Monday, April 16, 2018 106/259


Today's Scripture: "That son who becomes priest in his place shall put them on for seven days, when he enters the tabernacle of meeting to minister in the holy place." Ex 29:30

6146. You're in trouble when your substitute's ability exceeds your own. JG
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The seven days required of a new priest didn't make them more holy, but it did point to the significance of what they did. Seven is a significant number in Scripture implying completion. The priest were engaged in something that God considered important. As far as we're concerned, every Lord's Day is a bookend, a day of celebration and worship separated by six days of prayer and service. Yet one can only wonder how much, if any, prayer actually occurs outside of church meetings.

Pray it.

Serving You today, God, is my highest privilege and reward.


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Keywords: Substitute; Serve; Church

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