Exodus 35

안녕하세요, family and friends. Today, we’re going to read Exodus 35.

Don’t worry if you don’t have a physical copy of the Bible or have not read this chapter before. You can read it on Page 2 of this blog post.

All friendship groups have the inevitable designated titles for each member, may it be outwardly established or naturally expressed, it happens.

Distributing workload by designating a specific person or a group of people is not only evident in friendship groups. It goes for every organisation there is in the human world and animal kingdom. For example, an organisation can have its CEO, a marketing team, human resources, manufacturing, finance and design. Similar to an ant colony where they have the queen ant, males, worker ants and the soldier ants. Each have their own allocated task.

This is similar to what God has for us too. Each individual has their own unique talent that we can give and share to the world. God gave us free will and our own abilities. So, it is up to us to use these talents and abilities in a way that shows God our appreciation. One sure way for us to do that is through praise and worship. By offering everything we do to God, he will know that we are truly grateful.

In the topic of giving, God teaches us that when we give it has to be out of our own accord. We shouldn’t use it as a way to gain popularity, or because we can get something out of it or for people to see us in a better light. When we give, it should be a voluntary act not because we felt like we needed to or we had to. We should give because our own heart wanted us to.

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