Thursday, February 14, 2008

Take A Good Look

Is it possible that we have blown our purpose as badly as the Israelites did? Do you feel much like a royal priest or part of a holy nation? Perhaps we need to take a good look at ourselves.







11 comments:

Jessika said...

We really should be more kind to others, not just to the people we whant to.

Niki said...

The church, I think, should know better then to make it all about them. We all look down at the Isrealites and shake our heads because they didn't listen to God and trust Him, but we aren't any different. We complain and disobey God all the time. I think we are just as *bad* as the Isrealites.

Kendall said...

Just like the israelites weve become spoiled. If the world was the same as 2,ooo years ago we wouldnt be like this.

Naomi S. said...

I agree with Niks about us the church and us being just as bad as the Israelites, we ARE just as bad, though maybe not about the same things some of the times.

audrey said...

It is easy to judge without knowing the background. The only thing we have to do, is to take them as examples and not to do the same mistakes as they've made.

Brandon said...

I think on valentines day people act very wierd and SCARY. Anyway I think the ten commandments should be the foundation of our lives. The Isrealites should have made the commandments their foundation because they always did not trust God and everything. I mean look at the golden calf they thought God abdoned them so they made a God for them selves. One of the commandments say just one God if they would have listened to that rule so many people wouldnt have had to die.

Noah said...

yes we are like priests representing God in this world

sasha said...

I thing we should bass upon they ten commandement.It will help us in not doing what the Isralites did.

Olivia said...

I think the Ten Commandments should still Niki is right, we are just as bad, or good, as the Israelites in our own way.

Ray said...

so, are Christians sorta, like, supposed to be taking the place Israelites? as in, a way to bring other "nations" to the Lord? (but have also become spoiled like them?)

Stephen said...

i think without the ten commandments there wouldn't be much of a difference between right and wrong, and somes of the laws of the world also include some of the commandments, so not only christians follow them, wordly people follow them to but they might just not notice.