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Thursday, 9 August 2012
Treating God as Holy by Being Holy and by Not Profaning His Name

Combining two traditional mitzvot - to sanctify and not to profane G-d's name - this commandment has three components, all of which come from Leviticus 22:32-33.

Not only to do we proclaim G-d as holy, but we have to 'live' G-d being holy in what we say and do. Impossible? By human standards, perhaps, but not by G-d's standards and it is He that enables and empowers us to do this by making us one with Yeshua.

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Posted By Michael Rudolph, 3:12pm Comment Comments: 0