“They are to teach my people to difference between the holy and the common and show them how to distinguish between the unclean and the clean.”
In Ezekiel 44, we find that he is having another wacky vision. (Crazy prophets, huh?)
Here, though, he hits on something really profound. As Christians, we know that we are a holy priesthood (Exodus 19:6). We know that we are to be set apart in all of our ways.
So are we? Do our lives show the people around the difference of the holy and the common? Is there a difference from the way you do business and the way others do business? Is there a difference from the way you treat your family than the way others do? Do we live in a way that others can better distinguish between the unclean and the clean?
Thought for the day: observe yourself throughout the day.
Look for whether or not your life is really that much different than the life of those around you. Ask yourself if you are living in a way that illustrates to the people around you the difference between the holy and the common; the clean and the unclean.