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Holy And Acceptable Offering
Holy And Accept­able Offer­ing

One may won­der, what is a holy and accept­able offer­ing? Let’s look at it from two dif­fer­ent per­spec­tives.
Matthew 22:36 ( teacher, what is the most impor­tant com­mand­ment in the law? Jesus answered love the lord your God, with all your heart, soul and mind. This is the first and most impor­tant com­mence­ment. The sec­ond most impor­tant com­mand­ment is like it: and it is ‘Love oth­ers as much as you love your­self’.)
At times we may won­der why God seems to pre­fer one over the oth­er. Why would God pre­fer the Abel offer­ing than that of Cain?
When our heart is cen­tered on love, pure love with­out wrong motives towards God and towards our fel­low men our offer­ing to God and to man becomes holy and accept­able before God.
Love is the vehi­cle of faith and hope Every­thing is cre­at­ed by God’s words and out of love He placed man in domin­ion over it all. This also applies to man. When we car­ry out any action out of pure love from God and for our fel­low men, we please God, one sure way to show love to our God almighty, above whom there is no oth­er is to love your neigh­bor as you love your­self, for if you love our neigh­bor as you love your­self, you will nei­ther per­mit wrong motives nor evil to incu­bate with­in. If it does not come from with­in it can­not get to with­out (The envi­ron­ment).
Anoth­er way to offer a holy and accept­able offer­ing unto God is to Obey God.
Leviti­cus 10: 1–2 “Aron’s sons, Nadah and Abi­him, each took his fire pan, put live coals in it, added incense, and pre­sent­ed it to the Lord. But this fire was not holy because the lord had not com­mand­ed them to present it “ sud­den­ly the Lord sent fire, and it burned them to death there in the pres­ence of the Lord”. God prefers obe­di­ence to sac­ri­fice. Obey­ing God is a key to God’s love. One way to know your heart is with God is when you con­stant­ly seek to obey God in words and actions, inward­ly and out­ward­ly. Obey­ing God not mind­ing what is involved or what it will cost.

Expe­ri­ence Life Abun­dance In Christ.


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