Today's readings are about sexual relationships but I've need and lead to talk/write-on money.
On sex for a mo: God's detailed, speaking to their context, presumably making divine sense to them. Laws to bring a people out the ways of these lands and tribes, separated to, and for, God. But why? Unknown, for the . . .
Cities of Refugee (Kadesh, Shechem, Hebron, Bezer, Ramot and Golan). A 'place to run to' (beyond the specifics here), parallels making this – God. Although the physical can be all-important. Time and again, God is intent on warning of the coming troubles and – when this was possible – lead people to flee to safety.. . .
And more so I.
The morning write, not-now decided to publish. Reads too hollow and lacks... Need to try-hearing first. No sow, no reap. Will clock and call later, try again tomorrow. So far all/this/so-far, feels like a practice-run. Found the pitch and format, wine-skins... but what about the bottle? The pour and 'out of . . .
Reading God on crimes – in the 'Law' – is insightful though obviously reading Part-Two, not applicable.
I can't be…. (talking of which) to write much at all, this sunny day.
(“Here he goes...”) Suffice to splut: God is good. As Moses Laws-up shows, Christ in and any teaching can only go, so far. Paul . . .
God sets out brutal and harsh laws in an attempt to corral a people out of peoples. A benevolent dictator 'a King' was to be put in place, with officials who must, judge the people fairly. Who knows where social living was at - the context - but they're the main bash-Christians texts today. 'Rough world/rough . . .
God has needs. Desires. Wants. We're to understand the character of God in the how God biblically, is - but also in any personal dealings. Both fraught with ease to misunderstand. Know some of what I write, is leaping in the dark but hopefully not too full-on inaccurate.
Holy, holy, holy. Morning-readings, come to the . . .
'Turning to... and not, from and to…
The why and what-way, best-get, the idols falling? God and ways first – dragging-downers and dealt with… as you go. More you go.
Heard Jim Cymbala preach this verse, reminding me how true in life its been. And I can't find anything to work from in 'rules for . . .