Hello my fellow Internites and before I lay my head down for the night I will post my studies for the day. I hope you will find this as enlightening as I have. I do have to start off with a huge blunder I made yesterday with regards to the chapters.
Yesterday reading was supposed to entail Exodus Chapters 24 through 28. Unfortunately I had over read into 29 and incorporated that description into what was Chapter 28. I have corrected it and will include the little bit about Chapter 29. Again, I'm sorry about that, I have corrected the information.
So again today I started with a prayer for understanding about what I was about to read and to help me pull the gems of my everyday life out so that I could more understand the bible itself.
Chapter 29 (This was erroneously entered as Chapter 28 from yesterday's writing)
This chapter dealt specifically with the armor that Aaron was to wear and how exactly to make it. Again, very instructional, but nothing really specific on every day life.
This chapter deals specifically with the altar that is to be made for the incense before the veil of the tabernacle. Again, the exacting detail is more then we have seen in the bible save this entire section. To me this all feels specific. Why would this be left in the bible itself and take up so many chapters? Because we need to know this information. Everything in the Bible is there for a reason, why would it help us day-to-day, I do not know, but it was left in for a specific purpose.
Chapter 31: 14-15
(Reading for 2/1/13 - Exodus: 33-36 - will be posted 2/2/2013)