The dangerous holiness of God

The ESV Study Bible says this about our passage in Numbers today (Chapters 3-4) This chapter again shows preparations being made for the march into Canaan. It underlines once again the dangerous holiness of God: he cannot be approached casually. It also emphasizes the importance of the ministry of the Levites, who make possible the transport of the tabernacle … More The dangerous holiness of God

God is NOT hiding!

In our reading from Ezekiel today, chapters 38-39, we see many wonderful promises, many of which encourage us that God indeed WANTS to show us His glory, for us to KNOW Him and see Him in all His glory and mercy and holiness! He is NOT hiding! Be awestruck at the incredible missions promise in … More God is NOT hiding!

Dangerous holiness

The ESV Study Bible says this about our passage in Numbers today (Chapters 3-4) This chapter again shows preparations being made for the march into Canaan. It underlines once again the dangerous holiness of God: he cannot be approached casually. It also emphasizes the importance of the ministry of the Levites, who make possible the … More Dangerous holiness

Numbers, The Holiness of God and the New Testament

The ESV Study Bible says this about our passage in Numbers today (Chapters 3-4) This chapter again shows preparations being made for the march into Canaan. It underlines once again the dangerous holiness of God: he cannot be approached casually. It also emphasizes the importance of the ministry of the Levites, who make possible the … More Numbers, The Holiness of God and the New Testament

Holier than mud?

In our Bible reading through 1 Chronicles, we come now to the story of Uzzah, for the second time. (The first time was in 2 Samuel.)  Here is the post that I wrote on May 16: The ark of the covenant was being transported in a cart. This was not the way it was supposed … More Holier than mud?