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Sunday, April 28: “The Profundity of Priesthood I” 

Leviticus 8: 33, 35a: “You shall not go outside the doorway for seven days, until the day that the period of your ordination is fulfilled; for He will ordain you through seven days. At the doorway of the tent of meeting, moreover, you shall remain day and night for seven days …”

After Moses washes his brother and his nephews, the next-tier priests; after donning Aaron with all the external trappings of High Priesthood, and the boys with their own vestments; after anointing them all with oil and blood; the Lord gets serious about their ordination with the command for them to remain before the doorway of the tent of meeting–for seven days! Herein lies the internal preparation, the personal dedication. For seven days, in the sight of the whole congregation, they are to stand before the Lord. No breaks–no time outs–seven days, seven nights, one hundred sixty-eight hours straight. It is the time they are to work out all their issues with the One Who called them. This is how seriously the Lord takes the priesthood. How seriously do we take it?


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