Thought for Thursday 29th September 

Malachi 3:3a

“He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver; he will purify the Levites and refine them like gold and silver.”

The Levites were the powerful priestly families who were in charge of Temple worship. This prophecy pinpoints their taintedness as a major failing - their lack of observance of the Law and possibly even inter-marriage, which was strictly forbidden. The result of God’s intervention would be to put this right and bring about purity once again.

Reflection: We are called to be a holy people, but this is not our own effort. In Christ, we are washed clean, purified and acceptable to God.

Eric Foggitt

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