Readings are in 'general welfare'. The benefit system? You can eat from anyone’s garden or field but mustn't do takeaways. Growers must leave the edges when harvesting and not go back, picking-up every last… throughout the field.
Love your neighbours, refugees, those with physical disabilities, family… and on. . . .
Holy – being separate/d to God – is illustrated here in the 'people of God' and their way with animals – (Husbandry).
But why all the detailed practicalities? Some could be hygienic wisdom and without better understanding the background and context God faced, not fully appreciate how the hearers received these . . .
Is it the love of money, or possessions? Perhaps, better described; sheer power to spend and travel, buy, comfort – wild and wonderful sights and sounds? Why not call it, the love of… fun? Pleasure. All that. Like sex. Nothing else better, could be said/by some – therefore..? Must be 'god'. God. GOD.
All kinds, or . . .
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 . . .