Monday, October 8, 2018


Today’s Reading: Leviticus 16

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A wandering goat on the hillside by the Sea of Galilee. This is obviously a nanny goat. The male of the the species was an acceptable offering for sacrifice.

GOOGLE MAPS – To see where Reynold took the photo, click HERE.

Key Verses: Leviticus 16:15, 34

“Then he shall kill the goat of the sin offering, which is for the people, bring its blood inside the veil…and sprinkle it on the mercy seat and before the mercy seat…

This shall be an everlasting statute for you, to make atonement for the children of Israel, for all their sins, once a year.” And he did as the Lord commanded Moses.


Yom Kippur, the annual Day of Atonement in the Jewish calendar, has just passed. Here, this most holy day is established. On this day, observant Jews confess their sins to God and ask forgiveness. Last week we presented a video regarding Yom Kippur that everyone should see (click here). Please watch it again. Please pass it on to others.

As believers in Jesus, we have confidence (or boldness) to enter the Most Holy Place every day (Hebrews 10:19-25). Please don’t miss reading from Hebrews!!! When we listen to God as we read His Word and pray, there is an increase in our awareness of His Presence. This blog can help us do this every day. Then, as that passage in Hebrews reminds us, “Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together.” We need the ministry gifts that God has provided in our local congregation. We need each other in greater depth than the Internet can provide.


Lord Jesus, every day I ask for the Divine Teacher, the Holy Spirit, to teach me so that I may teach Your Word correctly and with inspiration. Thank You, Father, that Your Son, our High Priest has, by the Sacrifice of Himself, opened the way into the most Holy Place. May I cherish this most sacred privilege daily. I pray this through the Person and work of Jesus. Amen!

100 PERSONAL WORDS (plus a few more):

I’ve committed to doing “100words” daily. This is something that I believe the Lord clearly asked me to do. Following a week of fasting and prayer in our church, I was awakened at 4 a.m. to hear that still small Voice say, “David, you will awaken at this time every day and you will prepare and write a daily blog.” If you’re new to my blog and would like to read more about it, you can visit the “About” by clicking here. I try to read every posted comment, and I’m very sorry that I cannot answer each one. The very best place to get answers is when you assemble “yourselves together” in your local church in a class or listening to the Pastor. The Crossroads/100 Huntley Street prayer lines are available toll free across the continent 24/7 at 1-866-273-4444. Our prayer partners will do their best to answer questions and they can recommend a local congregation in your area. Also, be sure to watch 100 Huntley Street daily. Here’s how to find it on TV (click here) or to watch it online (click here).

Yours for communicating daily,


8 thoughts on “Monday, October 8, 2018

  1. I am sticking with the reading… For the second time through. Thank you! I also appreciate the commentary and the highlights it brings each day from God‘s word. NW

  2. Amazing! I had not even thought of “what happened to the sacrifices after Jesus became THE FINAL SACRIFICE. Learning things daly from the blog! Happy Thanksgiving all.

  3. Happy Thanksgiving to all today. God is good.

    My son got a deer in the bush this morning. Nothing like fresh venison. Our dog will be enjoying her share. Thank you Lord for providing.

  4. Happy Thanksgiving!
    Be blessed on this day as we give thanks unto the Lord for all He has done for us, for His goodness and faithfulness!

    Glory and Honour to the LORD MOST HIGH!! AMEN!! He has set us free from bondage of rules and regulations we can never fulfill!!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving to all the readers and the bloggers who do this 100-word. CA each day we have so much to be thankful for and I pray for Norma Jean and her family on this Thanksgiving Day

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