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February 1

Matthew 21

 

In Matthew 21, we read about the Triumphal Entry, Jesus cleaning the temple, the fig tree that withered, Jesus being questioned, the parable of two sons, and the parable of the wicked vinedressers. 

 

To learn more about the Triumphal Entry, I have a detailed article called “The Triumphal Entry Explained” on www.growchurches.com as a faith download under Resources. 

 

Exodus 27-28

 

Moses receives and gives instruction for building the altar of the burnt offering that goes in the court of the tabernacle, the walls that make up the court, and the oil for the lampstand. 

 

In chapter 28, God tells Moses, “Speak to all who are gifted artisans, whom I have filled with the spirit of wisdom, that they may make Aaron’s garments…” Artists are gifted by God to do what they do. God has given them the wisdom they need to do their craft. To read more on the creative gift, visit my blog on growchurches.com. 

 

Moses receives instruction for the garments for the priesthood, which includes the ephod, the breastplate, a robe, a tunic, a turban, and a sash. These items were consider to be holy, set apart for priestly use. 

 

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