spiritual defect (3)

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Leviticus 21:16-21
16 GOD spoke to Moses:
17 "Tell Aaron, None of your descendants, in any generation to come, who has a defect of any kind may present as an offering the food of his God.
18 That means anyone who is blind or lame, disfigured or deformed, crippled in
19 foot or hand,
20 hunchbacked or dwarfed, who has anything wrong with his eyes, who has running sores or damaged testicles.
21 No descendant of Aaron the priest who has any defect is to offer gifts to he has a defect and so must not offer the food of his God.

The next physical defects are defects on the face (disfigured/deformed). Someone who has a defect in the face should not enter into the most holy temple of God. Defects in the face means a face that is not perfect. Maybe too many pimples, or a cleft lip or facial skin holes.

The first reaction might be if a person meets with people with disabilities in the face is fear. At this moment someone who has a permanent disability can get into the house of God.

But how it is flawed in the spiritual face?
We can know that someone is handsome or not, pretty or not from the face. Most An artist or movie actor has a handsome or beautiful face. So it is with spiritual face. Handsome or Beautiful Spiritual face describe what we do. Would we like to make people laugh, or we like to make people hurt.

Spiritual face defects are descriptions of the acts we like to make other people hurt. Actions that are not pleasing to God. The spiritual face of flawed, we are not willing to enter into the house of God. Because spiritual acne still on our hearts. Envy, anger, envy and lust will not lead to good deeds and like other people hurt.

Spiritual face defect can be healed. By participating in the teaching of the Word of God and accept Jesus blood is the blood that can erase our sins, then he will realize his spiritual facial defects. Poor spiritual face can be transformed into a handsome spiritual face. So that he be pleased to enter into the house of God

God bless you


On March 13, 2010 at 3:42 PM , Georgia said...

I just love your posts! I work with all kinds of people with various disabilities from physical to mental and emotional. They are precious people to me and such an inspiration.

Thank you for posting this. God bless you!!