Aside

Much of the Office of Readings for the past days has focused on Moses and the Book of Leviticus. In that book much of the rules of behavior are described, it is a book of laws. Those commands describe an ethics, and that ethical standard was different from the people that surround them. It is what distinguished and defined them. In an essence it describes who they were, it answered the fundamental question of “Who am I.” Interesting they received those commands from one named I AM. Who am I? I am a Christian.

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  1. Anonymous

    I don’t always comment, but I enjoy reading your insights. They are very perceptive, and often are about something that I have been thinking about also.
    I liked this post. By coincidence, we were talking about what would you say if you were asked this question: Who are you? I liked your answer the best!

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