Exodus – Chapter 39: The Priestly Garments

The priestly garment?  Didn’t we already cover this in Exodus 28?  This is another reason Christians don’t read the Bible.  Too much repetition and too much repetition of the boring, non-important stuff.

“They also made sacred garments for Aaron, as the Lord commanded Moses.” – Exodus 39:1

God may not be worried about helping those deeply suffering, but He’s definitely concerned that Moses and Aaron dress well.  The next 40+ verses focus on how to build more stuff.

“Moses inspected the work and saw that they had done it just as the Lord had commanded. So Moses blessed them.” – Exodus 39:43

The people are blessed by Moses, but only after they build all of the stuff God asks to be built down to very detailed specifications.  God’s love, with strings attached.

Coming Soon:  Exodus – Chapter 40:  Setting Up the Tabernacle


2 thoughts on “Exodus – Chapter 39: The Priestly Garments

  1. Exodus must be a very boring book! It’s as if the Bible is divided into different bits, with Revelations making lots of crazy predictions, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John telling pretty much the same story over and over again, but failing to be consistent, and Judges, the book where God goes on a killing spree!


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