Juggler of words and children…collector of pottery shards
Who doesn’t love a freebie? (Especially when a cup of coffee can cost four bucks. How crazy is that?)
I have a lot of new readers to the blog so I wanted to repost a free expert from Arms Open Wide for you. The devotional has a fictional component to it but don’t be fooled- there is deep theology within it and a ton a research behind it. So, pour yourself a cup of tea or coffee, click the highlighted passage below, and take a moment to reconnect with the Lover of Your Soul, The Light of The World. He is waiting for you…
The multitude of worshipers filled the temple courts on the first night of the Feast of Tabernacles. The oil lamps in their niches did little to banish the darkness in so vast a space. Men, women, and children jostled against one another as the priests took their positions for the final ceremony, the Joy of the Feast.
Earlier in the evening, young men of priestly descent had climbed ladders to reach the top of the four enormous candelabras in the Court of Women. Each attendant had carried a large pitcher of oil that he carefully used to fill the golden bowls at the top of the structures….
Arms Open Wide, Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins Christian, is available at retailers worldwide including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Lifeway.