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What offering did King
Hezekiah command to be made when he
re-established the worship of the
Temple, following a period of
the order to sacrifice the burnt
offering on the altar. As the
offering began, singing to the Lord
began also, accompanied by trumpets
and the instruments of King David of
Israel. 2 Chronicles 29:27.
How did Hezekiah
interpret the meaning of this service
to the people of Judah?
Then Hezekiah said,
You have now dedicated
yourselves to the Lord. Come and
bring sacrifices and thank offerings
to the temple of the Lord. So
the assembly brought sacrifices and
thank offerings, and all whose hearts
were willing to bring burnt
offerings. Verse 31.
morning and evening burnt offering
(Exodus 29:38-41) symbolized the
daily consecration of the chosen
people to the Lord.
Call To Continual
How does the apostle
Paul urge this consecration upon all
urge you, brothers, in view of
Gods mercy, to offer your
bodies as living sacrifices,
holy and pleasing to God this
is your spiritual act of
worship. Romans 12:1.
What is the
sacrifice of praise declared to be?
therefore, let us continually
offer to God a sacrifice of praise
the fruit of lips that confess
his name. Hebrews 13:15.
How is the service
of consecration to be carried out by
the Christian church?
You also, like
living stones, are being built into a
spiritual house to be a holy
priesthood, offering spiritual
sacrifices acceptable to God
through Jesus Christ. 1 Peter
Example of Jesus
has set the example of complete
whosoever wants to be the first must
be your slave just as the Son
of Man did not come to be served,
but to serve, and to give his life as
a ransom for many.
What position has
Jesus taken among His brethren?
For who is
greater, the one who is at the table
or the one who serves? Is it not the
one who is at the table? But
I am among you as one who serves.
In what does the
likeness to Christ consist?
should be the same as that of Jesus
Christ. Philippians 2:5.
Christs spirit of meekness and
consecration lead Him to do?
But he made
himself nothing, taking the very
nature of a servant, being made
in human likeness. Verse 7.
To what extent did
Christ humble Himself?
And being in the
appearance as a man, he humbled
himself and became obedient to death
even death on the
cross! Verse 8.
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