Daily D – Leviticus 19:2

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Leviticus 19:2  “Speak to the entire Israelite community and tell them: Be holy because I, the Lord your God, am holy.“ (CSB)

There’s more to this verse than we can mine in these moments. What bare truths can we take with us into this day? 

God wants our character to be shaped by his character.

God wants his values to be our values.

God wants us to do what he would do if he were us. 

These are ongoing, evergreen issues. Each of us has room to grow in each of these areas. 

Invite God to shape your character. He will ennoble you. 

Invite God to implant his values in you. He will direct your decisions.

Invite God to express himself through you. He will direct your hands, heart, and head. 

Leaning into God’s holiness refines us into the persons he always intended us to be. Holiness is the true path for the truly good life.

I will invite God to make me holier day by day.

Our Father, shape my character. Reshape my values. Demonstrate your goodness to those I encounter where I live, work, and play. Amen. 

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