The world is full of patterns: there are patterns fro sewing cloth, building homes, making crafts, and even transportation vehicles.

Bu there is no pattern for God, as much as man would like to make one.

Oh, there is a pattern for the ark for the covenant — the “tabernacle” — but it was uniquely made with natural materials – and not exactly like a habitable tent or tabernacle (Exodus 25).

God doesn’t duplicate. I can’t remember where that’s at in scripture, but it’s there.

And don’t even think about making an image of God! (Exodus 20: 4; Leviticus 26: 1).

Now man has tried to make images of God through the use of aluminum based chem-trails in the air, plasma beams, and only the devil knows what else, but there isn’t but one image of God – the mystery of God – reserved to the day of perdition.

While following the pattern of man seems somewhat productive, a person never creatively works for God as such.

Even the Apostle Paul tried to categorize and pattern vocations (1 Corinthians 12: 28); however he noted that love is the best of them all.

But every one created and called by God is not by a pattern — but created by the spirit, which has no bounds.

The whole purpose for building the ark of the covenant was for God to meet the people there for offerings and worship.

But many tabernacles today are polluted. They are few if any made by natural materials. I actually built a stone wall around one church sign that was all natural material.

Consider the discernment about the pattern to worship God in the New Testament:

It was therefore, necessary that the patterns of things in the heavens should be purified with these [sanctified offerings and materials for the tabernacle], but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these. For Christ is not entered into the holy places made with hands, which are the figures of the true, but into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us (Hebrews 9: 23-24).

Thank you Jesus!

If you don’t know God and are looking for him in pattern, he won’t be there, but look in the heavens, in deep humility, and open the spiritual door for him to come in and be your savior.


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