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90 Day Challenge Day 7

Read Exodus 29 – 40

Highlights

  • Instructions for Priests
  • Altar of Incense, the Anointing Oil & Incense
  • Craftsman filled with the Spirit
  • The Golden Calf
  • New Tablets
  • Moses’ Shiny Face
  • Construction of the Tabernacle

Trivia Question: Who are the two named craftsman who constructed the Tabernacle?

One Response

  1. The two craftsmen whom God gave the gift of skill, ability and knowledge to were Bezalel and Oholiab.

    Out of this day’s assignment I also got the idea of what to make for the potluck for Dan’s celebration tomorrow–an ordination ram. Dan gets the choicest pieces.

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