Old Testament In a Year: February 19 – Exodus 29, 30

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Exodus 29, 30
Focus Verse: You shall anoint Aaron and his sons, and consecrate them, that they may serve me as priests. – Genesis 30:30

Consecration is no longer a special ritual that is reserved for pastors and priests. It is God’s desire that you not only believe in Him, but also consecrate yourself to Him. You cannot completely live the life of Christ without giving or consecrating yourself fully to God.

Present your body as a living sacrifice to God. This is holy to Him. This is well pleasing to Him.

When Moses consecrated Aaron, his sons, the altar of burnt offering, and the altar’s utensils, they became holy to the Lord. Whoever touched them also became holy.

When you consecrate yourself to God, you become holy to Him. And you become holy to others. When your life touches others’ lives, their lives should become holy too. You are set apart by God to be used for God. You no longer belong to yourself. Your life is no longer for your satisfaction and your glory, but for His. You say, God, I’m for you like You became for me. I do not live for myself. I am living for You. I’m all yours. Do with me what You will.

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