“For the majority of the people, many from Ephraim and Manasseh, Issachar and Zebulun, had not purified themselves, and yet they ate the Passover contrary to what had been prescribed. For Hezekiah had prayed for them, saying “May the Lord pardon everyone who sets his heart to seek God – the Lord God of his fathers – even though it is not in accordance with the (ceremonial) purification (rules) of the sanctuary”. So the Lord listened to Hezekiah and healed the people (of their uncleanness).”.
“The Hope of Glory”… what does it actually mean?
So many things can come our way! So many things can come to our mind! But I tell you… there is only one thing that can be identified with this words.
I want to tell you about somebody who commented in a social media group I belong to. She had some baby clothes which for the first time in her life, she had decided to gift rather than to sell. However, the person who responded to her post couldn’t drive, so grudgingly the lady agreed to drop off the baby clothes. She openly admitted in her post that it felt strange to gift rather than gain money from a sale and that she resented having to drive over to drop off the clothes!