Leviticus : Be holy for I AM HOLY.

I just met Vanessa recently on the Internet. You ever get an inner witness to the beauty that dwells in an individual? I got that from Vanessa. I just know I’d love to have her and her husband in my home. I just know she’s my Christian sister. Her post about Leviticus is really good because she ties it all up together, not just the what but also the why, and of course the who, which is what it’s all about. Just thought I would share ….. for the complete post just click on the link below.

I argue with myself, and then tell God, I meant it, completely, totally, unashamedly , when I accepted Him as my Lord. He is Lord even when I am bored, worried, busy, upset, in pain, bitter, angry, resentful, joyful, glad, rested, having fun, at leisure. There is nothing, nothing, that I am choosing to keep away from Him. Though I still have to remind myself of that 🙂

via Leviticus : Be holy for I AM HOLY. — christfollower85

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4 comments on “Leviticus : Be holy for I AM HOLY.
  1. Thank you so much for your king words.

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