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Exodus 35:1-36:38

Chronological Scripture Reading – Exodus 35:1-36:38

Key verses in today’s reading…

35:1-3…is it just me–or is there something the Lord really wants us to hear? The Sabbath. Over and over and over in scripture. He asks us to keep it holy. How fitting that the Sabbath this year falls on Valentines day. If you haven’t done a great job in the past of keeping the Sabbath holy, then what a sweet sacrifice to make to the Lord on this day…He wants to persue your heart constantly…may this Sunday be a day of sitting with Him and knowing His heart deeper.

35:21 “All whose hearts were stirred and whose spirits were moved came and brought their sacred offerings to the Lord…
Two things…when God stirs your heart to give—follow Him in obedience. Second, praise Him while you give that He moved Your heart to give! What a CALLING from the Lord to be used…He does not NEED us…but He chooses to use us and allow us to be a part of His soveriegn will. What a calling! Praise Him!

Exodus 35…the Lord gave different people different gifts to help build His Tabernacle. Today…the Lord continues to give us different gifts to build up one another and His church. What are your natural gifts? How can you use them to build up others and for the glory of God? Let us use the gifts the Lord has given us for His glory!!!

Happy Valentine’s!!! Just a couple days until the holy Sabbath!!! I can’t wait!!!

gwen - February 13, 2010 - 12:15 am

i hate that I missed you last week … Doctor’s appt …. funny part about the interview is that they talked to us for 30 minutes and we just took turns answering questions … they didn’t quote me at all !!!! so NOT FAIR … hee hee

april - February 13, 2010 - 10:46 am

LOVED the slideshow and the video! What is the song playing in the background during the slideshow? LOVE it! so cute how your snowman had leaves as hair! Family is precious! Looking forward to when Jim and I have little ones running around!

Megan - February 13, 2010 - 12:23 pm

I have to admit, I hate this part of the reading. All these details and how they built everything…its boring me. I feel guilty even saying that, but I want to be honest as well. I’m just glad I’m not alone in reading it!
Thanks for sharing your snow pictures so that I can live vicariously through you! Seattle usually gets snow every year (usually not ton, with an excepion of last year) and we have not even had a flake! It’s sad. And Valentine’s Day has been our most popular snow day in the last several years and its just pouring. I’m sad. 🙁 I wish I could come for a visit!

april - February 13, 2010 - 6:12 pm

check out my recent post…you received something!