The Days of Your Separation, Prayer and Fasting.

In Numbers chapter 6, Moses talked about the vow of a Nazarite. He called it the days of separation. It was because the person, male or female, separated themselves to God to receive from Him. And if they broke the vow or fast, there was a specific thing they must do. For the person to become right with God again, they must perform a burnt offering, a sin offering and a peace offering. The burnt offering was a lamb. The sin offering was 2 turtle doves, and the peace offering was a goat. The burnt offering is dying to oneself and offering the blood, our life, to God. The sin offering is killing one dove and sprinkling the blood on the living. It is the old man dying and the new man being cleansed. The peace offering is the transferring of our sins to the goat that is led away in the wilderness to die, to be reconciled back to God. So, what does this have to do with me? This is how we are born again. Now the days of separation are about prayer and fasting. Jesus said not to let people see that you are fasting and praying. It is a private matter between you and God. But make no mistake, it is a vow. And God says that anyone who makes a vow and breaks it, it is better that they were never born. We are justified by the words of our mouth. That is why God says that life and death in the power of the tongue. This is all about sanctification. That is the purifying of ourselves to God. This process is a lifetime journey. We are called to be separate from this world and touch not the unclean thing. It is time that the church, the body of Christ stand up and be counted and separate themselves from the world.

This is the link to the book.

Crain Blanchard.

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