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  • Ivy Johnson
    The Lord said”among those who approach me I will be proved Holy”. sight of the people: be Honoured: Those who serve as Priest before the Lord were required to serve Him Honourably: If they did not, the consequences was death: In the case of Aaron’s sons, they dishonoured the Lord by disobeying His command to not only use fire from the Brazen Altar in the Tabernacle:(Lev16:22: from other source:
  • Aiyana Atwater
    Not to judge and help or love them and not hate
  • BSP
    Nadab and Abihu were directly put to death by Jehovah God himself for disrespecting and disobeying his commandment. This shows how seriously he viewed their disobedience.
  • A disciple
    The LORD doesn't just say things for no reason, but truthfully and directly according to what He sees. From verse 9 it seems obvious that Aaron's two older sons were drinking, and not in their clear minds or having a clean heart; for when the fire of God came down and consumed the sacrifice, that they came rushing in to "add to the show." Who knows what they were thinking, but drunken foolishness?
  • April
    Hello there :), first off I'd like to say thank you guys for responding with your interpritations of these chapters we read, because I do get lost in the ranslation and I have to re read over and over sometimes, so I would like to share with you what I think I understand, when ANY kind of offering is to be pesented before the LORD, everything has to be done PERFECTLY, like the LORD himself.
  • Todd Brawley
    If a man comes to me church and he is drunk, i will defend him and bring him in and god will change him. Not our place to judge when we all have dirt under the rug.
  • Irene123
    Nadab, Abihu; They were priests for the OUTER COURT only; NOT for the Holy of Holies. ONLY Aaron was to do that service. It says NOTHING about N. and A. being drunk. They were PRESUMPTIOUS. God does not condone presumptuous sin. They KNEW their place. They may have been drunk, but stating such is also - presumptiuos
  • Kevin Rice
    By not eating the offering they give us a peak into the mercy of the True and Living, however we see His wrath with the offering of the strange fire; many applications but let us recognize holy from unholy.
  • Zuwaira
    God wants us to holy and obedient . Also with total commitment . May God help our understanding in Jesus mighty name amen
  • Gordon for verse 15
    Very helpful that need to know when speaking of Sanctuary practices on people 's behalf...
  • Createams
    The reader should understand that Nadab and Abihu did not simply offend the Lord with some little childlike error in manners and or the offering of strange fire before the Lord. No these too young men came before the Lord drunk and making merry in a way that all men have or have witness at some point the offensive foolishness that can pour out of the mouth of someone in this state of mind. Nadab and Abihu are the answer to question can t God take a Joke? I would say picture the looks on their faces when the fire toured them.
  • Owoeye olushola
    this to tell you i that no matter how you must pray so that u will not fall also our God is expecting total obedient from us not partial
  • Dalia for verse 9
    That s the problem with the world it really doesn t matter what I think about it I was told to only obey it Yah is not democratic he is SOVEREIGN
  • Paul West
    Thank you for this Comment. I am a Deacon at my church. I am going to start delivering messages online and I know God wants me to to stop drinking and get closer to Him. Please pray for me that I may grow stronger in the Lord.
  • Prince Elliot
    We need to fear God no matter HIS relationship with HIM. It is obvious that he frowns at any undue familiarity. The two sons of Aaron were sent to their early grave because of what I will call "see finish". We should watch our ways and our lives constantly as we move with God in this pilgrim journey to the pearly gate, our heavenly abode.
  • Timothy Wayne George for verse 9
    Ministers must be careful to keep this statute to not drink wine or strong drink when you come into the congregation; thou, nor thy sons, less ye die. It was to be kept throughout all your generations forever. It is so important to keep these ordinances before the congregation, to be a good example for the flock. So many today struggle with alcoholism, and it is important that ministers be the role models for the people. When Paul told Timothy to drink a little wine for his infirmities sake, he was not talking about fermented wine. When Jesus turned the water into to wine at the wedding in Galilee, it was not fermented. In Proverbs 23 it talks about not looking at the wine when it is red, and that is when the fermentation starts. May the Lord give ministers the discipline as well as the wisdom, and self control to practice these statutes before the congregation today to help those who are looking for guidance in these matters.
  • Banengi mahlangu
    am enjoying this page its very encouraging and may the almighty God bless the hands doing this job

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