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Let the house of Aaron now say, “His mercy endures forever. Psalm 118:3

After addressing everyone in verse 1 and speaking to Israel in verse 2, the biblical author refers to the house of Aaron, to the priests called to do God’s work at all times. Moses’ brother began the work of taking care of spiritual matters and was loved by the Israelite’s, who mourned his death for 30 days, when he was at the age of 123. We are the priests and rulers of the New Testament.

The ministers of the Word cannot forget that the Creator’s mercy is eternal. Therefore, they should never express opinions about people, because what matters is the hope that the Lord will convert them and order their way into His presence. We make the connection between them and the Father, but we are not mediators, because there is only one Mediator between man and God: Christ.

Moses was the prophet, and Aaron, his spokesman, who symbolizes Jesus’ ministry today as the High Priest of our confession. We take the lost to God, but we cannot let arrogance, or any vanity, lead us to think that we can influence the Lord. He never changes. Anyone who thinks they are in a position to offer alternatives to the Omniscient is outside the biblical reality.

Whoever works in God´s work must do what they have been told and tell everyone that the mercy of the Most High is the cause of Him not consuming us (Lamentations 3:22) when we behave wrongly. We are susceptible to fall into traps, so we need to be at the Savior’s feet to resist the devil, who always wants to influence us, as it happened to Moses before the rock that he struck twice (Numbers 20:11).

We must be careful not to lessen the value of God’s presence in everything that is done in the work that we do, as was the case with Aaron´s two sons, Nadab and Abihu, who brought profane fire before the Lord and died (Leviticus 10.1, 2). It is not right to use human philosophy to lead the people, when we must give the revelation that the Lord will give us if we truly seek it. This sad episode is an example of divine zeal!

Jeremiah goes deeper in this matter, condemning whoever does the work in a deceitful manner, saying: Cursed is he who does the work of the Lord deceitfully,

And cursed is he who keeps back his sword from blood  (Jeremiah 48:10). When the minister of the Gospel takes a position of pride, he is about to fall. Happy is the shepherd who receives prayers from his sheep and not cheap praise, which corrupt. Being reprimanded by a righteous person is good!

The priestly house must trust in the Lord’s mercy, avoiding pride, in order to carry out its mission with dignity. As for the praise they give us, we must refuse it and remember that the Lord is to be magnified, not His servants. We must be content to carry out the work with simplicity and love. We can never touch the glory of God (Isaiah 42:8)!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord of Aaron´s house! We have no words to thank You for making Your sons priests and kings. In the New Testament, the saved are ministers of Your blessings, from salvation to the deliverance of those who seek You.

We thank You for trusting us with the destiny of this generation. Help us to have nothing of the enemy in our hearts, because we cannot tarnish Your holy work. Sufferers can come to us and find deliverance.

You are good to those who surrender to You and fulfill with satisfaction the part that has been entrusted to them. Everyone is important before Your eyes. We pray for the people to be reached by Your favor. Amen!


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