Friday, April 04, 2014


I found Deuteronomy 26 fascinating. First, there is liturgy. The Hebrew man was to bring the first fruit offering and recite the liturgy of verses 5 through 10, acknowledging God's provision of land and food. Second, there was personal worship. Much of the Hebrew worship was representative, done by the priest. But here, the man was to offer his gift, then worship before the Lord. And he was to rejoice.

It is a good formula.

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