Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,

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Back to the Tabernacle, deer and rabbits, other news

For some reason, studying sanctification makes me want to read Exodus 25-31.

"“Now take Aaron and Aaron’s sons: Nadab, Abihu, Elemazar, and Ithamar. And you shall make holy garments for Aaron your brother, for glory and for beauty...they shall make the ephod of gold, blue, purple, and scarlet thread, and fine woven linen, artistically worked."

"And the LORD said to Moses: “Take sweet spices, stacte and onycha and galbanum, and pure frankincense with these sweet shall make of these an incense...salted, pure, and holy."

I have such an affinity for the Tabernacle.

If I ever meet one of the tribe of Levi, they'd better be afraid! I will ask them all sorts of questions and they won't be able to get me to stop. XD Also, I would try to get them to remind me to study Hebrew...


Anyway, tonight I had very tasty honeydew. Mmmm. That and poppy-seed bread was a great combination :) During the day, I did homework and other sorts of things. I did not see any interesting wild animals. Last night, however, I saw a deer a few feet away. Curious, I started talking to it. It looked at me with ears raised and looked like it might start coming toward me, so I turned and rushed to my apartment. I don't mind Nara deer, but I don't yet trust DC deer. I also saw three rabbits that night! One was on the hill along Campus drive, another was hanging out with the deer, and the last one was running alongside me as I passed through the woods. So much life!

Last night I didn't sleep very well, so I am considering going to bed early. I have a presentation tomorrow about how to manage desktop records in a university.

...I still haven't had time to read the play Athalie/Athaliah. How many months has it been now?
Tags: creation, exodus, food, romans, scene, schoolwork

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