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02 The Sanctuary: Salvation in Motion

Eric Walsh
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Eric Walsh

Pastor and Physician



  • July 3, 2021
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I have a different script reading here, but it's part of the one that was already read some 30 to 5 through 7. I acknowledge my sin unto thee and mine. Iniquity. Have I not hid? I said, I will confess my transgressions unto the Lord and thou, for gave us the iniquity of my sin. Thou art my hiding place, thou shalt preserve me from trouble. Thou shalt compassed compass me about with songs of deliverance. A message this ab with salvation in motion salvation in motion, the sanctuary part to let us pray. Father, god, we thank you for this opportunity to study a word We thank you lord, that you are better to us than we are to ourselves. Now, lord, once again I asked that you make me just a nail upon the wall, a rusty, sorry, nail lord. Upon the landlord asked that you hang a portrait of jesus christ. It does no good. If people see me to day lord, we need to see you were asking for an extra out pouring of your holy spirit. I asked now loaded to bind the devil to vanquish his minions and fill his place with your holy ghost. This is our prayer in jesus as precious and holy name. A man. All right, well jump into a story. I was, I had time to give the whole story, but I feel the sanctuary comes a lot better as you tell it inside the story. Stories of the scripture. This is one of one of the most interesting stories of the entire bible definitely. Of the old testament We jump into a still into a space here where the profit nathan has approached king david 2nd, samuel 12 verse one says the Lord sent nathan unto david. They came up to him and said unto him, there were 2 men in one city, the one rich and the other poor. The rich man had exceeding many flocks and herds. The poor man had nothing, save one little you lamb, which he had bought and nourished up, and it grew up together with him. And with his children it did eat of his own meat and drink of his own cup and lay in his bosom. And was unto him as a daughter, and there came a traveller unto the rich man, and he spared to take of his own flock and of his own herd to dress for the way, fearing, man, that was come on to him, but took the poor man's lamb and dressed it for the man that was come to him. The bible says, and david's anger was greatly kindled against the man. And he said to nathan, as the Lord lives demand that has done this thing shall surely die. And he shall restore the lamb fourfold because he did this thing and because he had no pity. One of the most poignant verses concerning king david is found in 2nd, samuel chapter 12 in verse 7. Nathan looks at him and nathan says to David, you are the man you, david. Ah, that man. The give you the context of this parable and the interaction between the prophet and the king. David should have gone to war, but instead he stayed back in his palace. You know the story. One night he goes wandering up onto the roof of the palace and sees a woman bathing according to the scripture and incredibly beautiful woman. David is overtaken by his love and calls for her to be brought to him and long story short. He lays with her and she winds up pregnant. David does not admit his sin. Instead, he sets her husband up who is one of his most loyal soldiers, to go to the hottest part of the battle and then instructs the armies of israel to withdraw. So that as they withdraw, he is killed by the enemy. In one fail, seen david who was called a man after god's own heart david, who went to a sword fight with a sling and stones and slew a giant david who had fought wars for the kingdom of israel and had brought great glory to God in. So doing david not only commit adultery, he commit murder late and goes on to say in 2nd, sam, chapter $127.00. Thus saith the Lord, God of israel, i anointed you king over israel, and I delivered you out of the hand of saul. And I gave you the master's house and my master's wives into your bosom, and gave you the house of israel and of judah. Here's what's interesting, god says, and if it had been too little, I would moreover have given unto thee such and such things. David, if you wanted more, all you had to do was ask you enough to steal somebody else's wife and put her husband to death 1st night. Wherefore, as thou despise the commandment of the Lord to do evil in his sight, you have killed you, arrive, they hit tight with the sword, and you have taken his wife to be your wife and slain and with the sword of the children of amen. Now therefore, the sword shall never depart from your house because you have despise me and has taken the wife of your riley had type to be your wife, thus saith the Lord. Behold, i will raise up evil against the of their own house. I'll take your wives from before your eyes and give them on your neighbor. And if you lie with your wives in the sight of the sun, well you did it secretly, god says. But I will do this thing before all israel. And before the sun burst, 13 is also critical. Verse 13 and David said to nathan, how I have sinned against the Lord. I want you to understand that one of the reasons this story is so important as we are about to get into the the sanctuary. If not just nathan's approach a lot of folk when they see someone doing wrong, they want to come in and not over tables and kick over cheers. They want to announce your sin as loud they can and be range you with your, your actions. Nathan doesn't do that instead, he gives david A parable. Here's why that would be, david must admit his own penalty. But it's not just nathan's approach. It's david's response here in verse 13, david says, I have sinned against the Lord. Many others. Remember when saul was caught sitting actually with the children of israel, why are you here to the bleeding of the sheep? And it was their fault when adam and eve got caught, eve said, adams, that it was the woman you gave me, lord, partially your fault. You gave it to me. Now my father was a separate gentleman. The servant taught All to the bible to people find excuses here. David finds no excuse. David simply says, I have sinned against the Lord and you have to understand what david says he accepts a death penalty. According to the law of moses, what david is guilty of is worthy of beth. He understands that he now by admitting his sin, should be put to death as the law of it. There's a reason to try and hide or lie or find an excuse. He could have done it. He doesn't say what was he doing on the roof? You doesn't say I tried to get this man to go back with his wife and you know the story. There was a note I send and let me tell you something church part of the problem for us as many of us as christians, if we're not willing to say, ice and We want to find some other reason some other way, some other explanation. But there's power in confessing and admitting we have done wrong. I watch this when a property says and patriarchs and prophets, page 723. He says, the prophets review touch, the heart of david conscience was aroused, his guilt appeared in all its enormity. His soul was bowed in penitence before god with trembling lips, he said, I have sinned against the Lord. All wrong done to others, reaches back from the injured one. To God, david had committed a grevious sin toward both your riah and bath cba and keenly felt this, but infinitely greater was his sin against god. The reason the sanctuary message is so important is exactly encapsulated in that when we sin we sin against the god of heaven. David, now to make the story come to life. When your ryan said, God has put away your senior, not going to die, david would have had to go to the sanctuary and deal with this if this is before solomon's temple is built. Obviously in fact david was would have been able to build the temple, but god said, no, you have too much blood on your hands. You can't do it. That was before, even did this whole debacle here. And so, as you would, if you were in the will, that if you were in the wilderness, as you can see the picture here, you see that there are all around the 10th of the tribes of israel, all facing toward the sanctuary. If you had seen the davidson, you would now have to go to the things where and oftentimes we talk about the furniture in the sanctuary. But I want to say that the process of salvation and of redemption, that is how in the think to where he begins before you set foot near the thing to marry The out offence read. Exodus 279-1900. I won't read it here, but the out of fence is the 1st thing that david would have seen. If he's going toward the tabernacle to make, to make sacrifice as he would have walked toward it, he would have been walking up to white linen sheets that was 7 and a half feet high. Why would it so hard? Because no one would have been able to look in over the fence As you approached the sanctuary. It was an intimidating daunting place that spoke to the righteousness of christ, even before you got to the thing to wary all around was white. There were 20 by 10 pillars, 20 of the east side, 20 up the west side, 10 across the north and the south side of the of the east. The west side was opposite the 20 on a north and south. The tribe of judah sat east of the gate where you would enter. And what I found fascinating is that at the top of each of these pillars was silver with a ring of silver. And then there was a cord that will take him and a pig back them into the ground so that each pillar was, was, was held up by these chords. Even as you walk up, you would see that the rolls of pillars. And you would see the pegs each with significance even before you set foot inside the temple. 60 pillars. And as you came to see the fine linen and the fine linen would represent the righteousness of christ. Revelation 1908 says it like this. And to her, it was granted to be a raid in fine linen, clean and bright, for the fine linen is the righteous acts of the saints. As you walk up what you are, what you are as you are carry. Remember, you're carrying your sacrifice in your hand. Are you leaving it by a rope? As you get near to the thank you, I went to the took to experience the things were in the wilderness. They would have been at, but during the day there would have been a giant cloud sitting over the holy of holies. But on the other end, on the in the courtyard where it went, it also was it will get to today. You will have the smoke coming up. As you got near, you will hear people singing praises to God, and it would have been mixed in what the bleeding of the animals came from any side. The side where the tribe of judah was, all you would see is white. You wouldn't be able to see in there was only one way in. They were pigs, and he's not even the pigs. And that is, I think it's so deep, even the pigs all the way around have me as well as remind verse 8. And now for a little while grace has been shown from the Lord our god, to leave us a remnant escape. And to give us a pig in his holy place, that our god may enlighten eyes and give us a measure of revival in our bondage. The pigs were like a measure of revival goodness. As you begin to come close, you can count the pigs and know how close you are getting to the gate. You knew how far you were just by depends on the ground. Anchored the sanctuary to the ground where it sat. 2223 says I will fasten him as a pig in a secure place and he will become a glorious throne to his father's house. But of course then you'd come around the corner and everything would be different. Unless you came from the side with the tribe of judah was as 27 in verse 16 and for the gate of the court, shall be hanging of 20 cubits of blue and purple and scarlet and fine twined linen wrought with needlework. And there, and there pillars shall be 4 and their sockets for these were wider panels than the white linen. They represent christ, the gate fingers deep. It represents christ and their wider so that everyone could come in. They're wider because it's an invitation. There are different color to stay about, but even the colors have meaning a blue is the color of the law purple, the color of royalty, scarlet, the color of the blood of christ and white. The color of his righteousness though that a color there is no, there are no cherubim drawn on the outside on the gig. As you get to the gate, you see the color and you have to pull up in something, pull up the curtain to get it, and you have to prostrate, you have to bow down to step inside. So jesus says, when it would have meant more to them than maybe even means doesn't john tenant verse 9. He says, I am the door by me. If any man enter he shall be. What to enter was salvation to enter the gate. Met that you had to recognise david did that you had send just the step foot inside the sanctuary was a statement of your acknowledgment of your sin. Non 146 says jesus said unto them, I am the way the truth and the life. No man come unto the father, but by me there's only one way in one way to the father. No cherub, them on the door. The sun would rise in the east and flash through the gate. And as you stepped into the gate, which represents christ. Before panels that were there, all in those colors, as you step in pulling your animal or carrying your animal him, you would walk in and this is why a script is a, which is opposed to enter the gates a certain way. And here's where it is. It says and psalms $100.00 inverse for enter into his gates with thanksgiving and into his courts with praise. Be thankful unto him and bless his name. Some 22 in verse 3 says this, but you are holy in thrown in the praises of israel. So much meaning to this. First of all, it teaches you how to pray. To pray you should never, when you pray, you are going to enter into the presence of god, a man. So if you're going to enter into his presence some 100 words forth as you are never enter into his presence complaining, arguing poorly with god, asking for vengeance on somebody else. When you come into prayer, 1st thing you should do, you should be intentional and spend time at the beginning of your prayer, thanking god, praising god. Why? Because it takes faith to walk into the thing, to wary And the best evidence of your faith is your praise in many ways. Before anything has been done for you before you brought us in before you ask for help for anyone else, you want to thank God in advance that he can do what he says he's going to do You come into the car or come in with thanksgiving and with praise, there's no other way in. So you want to enter with thanksgiving and we'll praise is salvation, emotion. As you go in, you walk in and the next thing you see is here is the bronze alter. And so as you walk in, you see a pre standing next to it. And this thing is amazingly designed and made. And as you start even the whole session just on the bronze alter, it is the largest piece of furniture in the entire sanctuary. Bronze is often associated in the bible with judgment. So on the other end of the sanctuary, complex is the mercy seat. But when you 1st come in, you deal with something that represents justice And the common israelites approached the tabernacle with his sacrifice and passed through the entrance gate. He found that between him and the tabernacle structure stood an altar with a high priest standing beside it. The altar was perfectly square. In fact, you have interesting it is. That's the sides of the altar. Are the exact same length as the height of the living wall of the fence. It's as if to say, what was the height that kept you out? If you weren't willing to come in has now been laid down to make it easy for you to make your sacrifice. Was only about 4 and a half feet high. And it was pretty, amazingly designed and built. As you can see there, there are 4 horns all on inside wiring horns on this thing. There's a great in the middle. It's a kasia what again, but all covered in like one piece of bronze. So that is one thing. The whole thing is one piece of furniture, the fire that is live inside of it is the very fire that we talked about last week when god call, when fire came down and lit the alter, this is the same fire. It is an eternal fire that is never to go out. The only fire that could be used to go and lights the incense inside the holy place. And so you can see it's just the position when you walk in. It's the 1st thing that you see when you enter into the courtyard. It will have been a quite an amazing place as you looked at it because it wasn't just a piece of furniture. It was actively being used. Salvation was in motion. In other words, the priest at the time of the daily sacrifices, when someone's in would come in and they would have to take their animal and they would tie their animal to the horns on the, on the, on the, on the, on the alter. Then as I said last week, they would have to later hand on that innocent animal transferring their sin to them because you are represented in some way in the Animal. And christ ultimately takes your please. And when, when they would lay it there, now the Animal has to be sacrificed on the altar and the fire is there. Even all of the instruments, the for the, the, all that up the pieces, the great. Everything has made a bronze justice for your sin is served and as you look at that innocent animal as a beat, as it bleat and cries as it is put to death because you send you see a parable that nathan use that little one you lamb i came up with the man's daughter. Imagine if we send that man to take that one, little you lamb, and take it to the sanctuary. And why leviticus 1711 tells us why, for the life of the flesh is in the blood. And I have given it to you upon the altar, to make an atonement for your souls. For it is the blood that makes an A torment for the soul. Powerful. It's the blood. The blood of the Animal had to be shed the blood to report out next to the altar in a certain way the blood would be taken. And at certain times the horns would be covered in blood, the symbol of the blood. It was the blood that was use to make a tone meant for sin. So jesus and John tenant verse 11 says like this. I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd gives his life. For the sheep, Jesus came to take our place. He laid down his life and he shed his blood. It is seen as soon as you come and in fact, the altar doesn't just just isn't just sitting there. It represents the cross itself. It is the cross in type. And when jesus died, type met an anti type, there was no more use for the altar any more. His blood was shared as we'll see. And it was said once for all time, let me tell you something church. When you get into a bi limits that you must learn to claim the blood of jesus, the blood of jesus will take you through the most difficult times. Who are pulse as an hebrews chapter 10. For as for, for it is not possible that the blood of bulls and of gold should take away sins. Wherefore, when he come into the world, he say a sacrifice, an offering thou would, is not. But a body has prepared me in burnt offerings and sacrifices was sin that has no pleasure thence that I lo, i come in the volume of the book. It is written of me to do that. I will. Oh God above one. He said sacrifice an offering and burnt offerings, an offering for sin. I wouldn't not neither have pleasure therein which are offered by the law. Then said he, low, i come to do that. I will. Oh God, he take up the way the 1st that he may establish the 2nd. That system was taken away look at verse 10 by the which will we are by the which will we are sanctified through the offering of the body of jesus christ. Look at this once for all. That was it. When jesus that on the cross, you didn't have to take an animal anywhere any more. That that purpose was over. Jesus died for your sin before you were born. Hey, Lindsay is called the lamb slain from the foundation of the world. The sanctuary teaches it Well. The horns represent power. If you study property horns always represent power and it is all to a set up. If it's the cross, it is to show you that although the cross was a place that appeared to be a place where christ was, that is weakness. In fact, on the cross price showed his greatest power and strength. It was the power of the cross that banished satan from heaven for good and the power of cross. Why I'm a christian Me de something if it wasn't for the cross was a blood that jesus shed, where would I be? What hope would I have in this world? All of the mess i've made at time in my life, what all of the times I fail with all of the of the, of the, of the foolishness i got involved with. If it wasn't for the cross, at the end of the day as faithful as my mother was of an administered as faithful as my grandmother was. And her mother was as faithful as they were. As christian advent, if, as faithful as many I grew up with that faith church were at the end of the dates, i had to have my own experience at the cross. I had to spend time at that altar. I had to get to know that that innocent lamp that was brought back innocent lamb took my sin and was laid on the cross and nod. And as his blood dripped from that terrible tree with every drop that was shed, it made a space for freedom and for liberation each one of us. I'm a christian because I couldn't do it myself. In fact, when you study the sanctuary, one of the things that's powerful about what, what you learn is there's only so much you can do in the sanctuary. All you really can do is carry the Animal in and get to the altar. After that, the priest asked to take over and it's the same way to the church. A lot of a lot of folks christianity is messed up because they think they've got to go all the way to the most holy place and figure out everything for themselves. You don't The 1st few steps of the sanctuary you're involved with. But after that, you've got the truck that a priest is going to go into a holy place and it's a most holy place and he's going to carry out everything that needs to be carried out because on this end of the thank you where you're forgiven. But on the last end of the sanctuary, your thing is blocked out And it becomes as if you never end that the power of the sanctuary message. You don't have to live in regret and in bloom. You don't have to keep flashing back to what you did. The world does not have to tell you. You are this or you are that because the world is going to try and convince you you belong to the world. But my bible to the sanctuary message tells me that want to say that again. I can thing god praises. Why? Because once I step in I step on the holy ground and God takes over The question is Will you enter the gate? Will you accept jesus? When you move into a place where salvation can be found, that's the sanctuary message. The 1st part of it, the 1st part of it is that I am powerless to save myself. I'm not allowed further in I can't even see over the fence. But if I'm humble, like david admit where i've been wrong, there is a process. Salvation is emotion, a process that will cause my sin to be paid for and the process that will cause my sin to be blotted out. No other religion does that for you. Do you all know that every other religion you've got to figure out a way to work your way into perfection? Into paradise. Internet ivana only christianity says no. You can only come but so far and God takes over. But you gotta believe that's why praising is so important. If you're not, having worship at home, when you sing hymns and praise god together, you are, you are done in the spiritual environment and atmosphere of your home. You've got to praise god in your home. Praise him when someone is sick and in the hospital and it seems there's no way out praise him when someone is messed up and fall in short praise him. When people don't like you, because you're a christian praise him, no matter what's going on in your praise, is that god's spirit descriptive in the praises of his people. Sanctuary message teaches as you come in, god shows up even the ashes. Even the ashes had a special importance, they symbolize the fact that the whole day that everything was done, everything was dealt with in a very definitive manner. They are very careful with how to build ashes. You can just take the ashes and dump them The great set at the very same level as the mercy seat, the murphy in a great way at the same level. Why? Because on a front and justice and mercy are equal in the thing to wary David said unto nathan, i have sinned against the Lord. Nathan said unto davis, the Lord also has put away your sin. You shall not die. The law at the time, the law moses said death with the penalty for what david did it taken a life. He was supposed to die and committed adultery. He was opposed to die. In this case, god shows david mercy mercy available to all of us. And David, A couple of years later, some say was about 2 years later when david write some 51, he actually writes it. And if you study sound 51 carefully and if you look at it in reverse, it is literally the thank to or a message backwards that sound 51, have mercy upon me. Oh God, according to thy loving kindness. According unto the multitude of thy tend to mercies blot out my transgressions, that normally happens in the most holy place. He starts there, watch me thoroughly from mine, iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin for acknowledge my transgressions. And my sin is ever before me. He says, against the and the only have I sin and done this evil in thy sight, that thou may as be justified with our speakers to be clear when thou judges, behold, i will shape it in iniquity and incented my mother conceive me. Behold our desires truth in the inward parts and in the hidden part, thou shalt make me to no wisdom. I will do the whole analogy, but when the priests would show bread on the sabbath, the children represent the word of god christ, the word his body, and it brought truth to his inward parts. That's what he says. Purge me when he gets up and I shall be clean, wash me and I shall be wider than snow. Make me to hear joy and gladys that the bones which has broken may rejoice hide by his face from my sin. David was embarrassed and ashamed. He says again and blotted out all mine iniquity. Then he says, create me a clean heart. Oh God. And renew a right spirit within my church, this is not just a statement. It is a promise. If you are willing to go to God, when you failed him, the bible is promising here that he will make for you a clean heart. He will take out the heart of stone as these equal said, and he will replace it with a heart of flesh. He will give you a new heart. He will renew a right spirit in you. God promises that. And this is why I think the sanctuary also represents the profit of sanctification verse 11. Cast me not away from your presence. Take not your holy spirit from me. The holy spirit goes from you in trouble. Restore on to me the joy of thy salvation and hold me with di, free spirit. Look at us once david gets that point, he says, then I will teach transgressors die. We and sinners shall be converted unto thee. David has dealt with his own mess. David says I will go back and be an evangelist. When souls for the kingdom, he says, deliver me from blood guiltless. Oh God, thou god of myself, vision and my tongue shall sing aloud of thy righteousness. Thou the lightest not in burnt offering. The sacrifices were 17 as critical. The sacrifices of god are a broken spirit, a broken and contrary hard. Oh God! That will not despise! Did you get that? David foreshadowed way back then. What god would ask for today? You don't have to go and find a lamb or a goat. You don't have to go and find a bullock to bring to an altar. What god says is bring me your broken spirit. And your con tried art. God says, what I want you to do is take your ego, your sense of self and pride. I want broken. You know, there's no such thing as an arrogant christian. That's an oxymoron. It doesn't exist. Christian by default, a humble and part of the problem some time for in the church is that there is way too much ego way too much arrogance. If you are a christian and he's a god, doesn't you? He will humble you. You'll lose your job. You won't do as good in school as you thought. You'll have your wine, i'm struggling with one of your children. You were married to be injured. God will find a way to bring humility to you. He loves you too much to leave you in arrogance. Micah 718 in 1900. Who is a god like you pardoning iniquity and passing over the transgression of the remnant of his heritage. He does not retain his anger forever because he delights in mercy. He will again have compassion on us and will do this. He will subdue our iniquities. You will cast all our sins into the what the depths of the sea. This statement by micah is so pregnant with meaning. I want you to understand. He said that god will not remain angry forever. This is what people people want, the big data so mad at them got my bible teaches me that even when god gets angry, he's looking for a way to be reconciled with you. He delight in mercy. And wilson do our iniquities who subdued your nickel? You know, iniquities aren't just when you send an equity. Is the pattern of sin in your life? My bible teaches me that when it's time to be, it would seem, god will subdue it. And a problem, some of us have said this before is that we think we can bring our teeth. We can, we can, we can, we can muster the will power to overcome our failings and we can, we can somehow make ourselves right. But the harder you try, the more you fail because he must subdue your iniquities. Remember dealing with a young man who was addicted to pornography Were out of purity retreat and he came and he was talking and telling me how he had tried everything and put things on his computer so that those sites would be blocked him. And you figured out how to go around the stuff he put on an old computer kind of make sense to me. But He said he go for period of time where he would not engage in watching pornography. But then something would happen, he'd get upset, need go back to it. And he could not beat this thing and he said, it's not my fault, it's god's fault. I'm like this. He won't take it away. I've prayed and prayed. And I, my question was like, stop, hold on. Have you asked god to fight in you? He said yet when I'm asked him to take it away. So how much time have you gotten getting to know god it sounds to me like you spend all your time dealing with but not going to be whether to watch it or to not watch it. But how much time do you spend in a word, a getting to know christ, secret the victory over same isn't that you game the humanly will power to no longer want the thing that so easily beset you. The secret again victor of a thin study, the one who subdued our iniquities. And if the read the gospel story really in depth understand who price is, get to know him in the letters of the new testament, get to know him in the, in the thumbs of david. Get to know jesus, in the bible from genesis to revelation. When christ becomes your best friend, all of a sudden your desire for the things of this world will go away. That's why the sanctuary was set up the way it was set up. When you walk you, you are overwhelmed by the memory of gone. Your focus was no longer on you. Focus, shifted him. So I told him says turn your eyes upon jesus. Look full in his wonderful face. And the things of earth will grow strangely dim in the light of his glory and grace. You want to get to know jesus, read the book of john, read it while you read a book at the desire of ages. When you're done with John gore and remark, you don't remark re math, you look, you done with those read ax and then read, romans, go back and read the psalms study. Jesus something powerful happens when you study jesus. All of a sudden the things of this world go dim, what you used to want you don't want as you begin to make friends what the one who can subdue your iniquity. The sanctuary. Salvation in motion. Patriarchs and prophets paid $726.00. The this passage of david's history is full of significance to the repenting sinner and one of the most forcible illustrations given us of the struggles and temptations of humanity and of genuine repentance toward god and faith in our lord jesus christ. Through all the ages, it has proved a source of encouragement to souls that having fallen into sin was struggling under the burden of their guilt. Thousands of the children of god who have been betrayed into sin watch this church when ready to give up to the spear. Have remembered how david sincere repentance and confession were accepted by god. Notwithstanding he suffered for his transgression. And they also have taken courage to repent and try again to walk in the way of god's commandments. Whoever, under the approval of god will humble the soul with confession and repentance. As david may be sure that there is Hope for him wherever will in faith, except god's promises will find. Pardon, the Lord will never cast away. One truly repentance soul. And he has given this promise. Let him take hold of my strength that he may make peace with me and he shall make peace with me. I say a 27 in verse 5, she says take hold of my strength. One of things I didn't mention about the altar when you come into the thank you he is, the horns represented the power, the strength of god. What the law of moses allowed was that if you got in trouble, you could run into the sanctuary. And if you held onto the horn, you are safe. So if you are accused of murder and you didn't want them to exact punishment on you, you could run, don't miss this church. You could run into the thing to wary and you could grab a hold of the horn. And there are 2 bible stories where the actually happens. What the bible is telling you, and I say 27 in verse 5 is when you are in trouble. Church grab hold of the horn, grab hold of god strength, And watch this, that he may make peace with me. And he shall make peace with me. Let the wicked forsake his way and the unrighteous man his thoughts and let him return unto the Lord. And he will have mercy upon him and to our god for he will bundle li pardon? As they are 55 and verse 7. I'm ask jackie today to come up and just sing a course while we think about where we are and do we need to spend time in the sanctuary? Do we need to grab hold of the strength and the power? What are we given for god and what are we done for god? Where are we with god? desire wages? page 462 says like this: men hate the sinner while they love the sin price. Teach, the sin loves this in. This media was brought to you by audio person, a web site dedicated to spreading god's word through free sermon audio, and much more. If you would like to know more about audio verse or if you would like to listen to more sermon, please visit w W W dot audio verse dot org.


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