Warm Southern Breeze

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Travel Light

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Thursday, August 3, 2017

Most tabernacles these days are pretty fancy places, far removed in size and style from the original dwelling place of God, which was a modest tent in the desert. Moses built it, but the master architect was God, who delivered the blueprint on Mt. Sinai. It served as the dwelling place of the Most High, but it had to be lightweight and portable if it were going to accompany the Israelites on their wanderings in the wilderness during the Exodus. It does us well to remember that God does not need a fancy house to feel at home and travel among us. We are a pilgrim people, and it is good to stay in touch with our roots.

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