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Mike,

The farming analogies were great and meant to me Patience something I'm not good with but hopefully with God's Help I can get better. God Willing !! Thanks for the reminder.

Do the Levitical laws apply today? Or are they voided by the New Covenant? I thought of this question as I was reading Lev 10:8,9 today: "Then the Lord spoke to Aaron, saying: “Do not drink wine or intoxicating drink, you, nor your sons with you, when you go into the tabernacle of meeting, lest you die. It shall be a statute forever throughout your generations"

I would say that Levitical laws were mainly for the priests and I would say that we would not get much inspiration out of an inebriated Pastor/Priest/Rabbi! So it probably still stands today! ;-)
As for most of the other laws - the old covenant was replaced by the sacrifice and blood of Christ who atoned for our sins on the cross.

city people have no idea about farming techniques, we are about instant gratifications.We can't wait one minute for any thing that is why we can buy flowers and plants that are fully matured. we need not wait. we pass that down to our children who have no patience and want it now, now now.I have to work on being more patience especially when it comes to my relationship with my family. It seem i can be more patient with people out side my immediate family and no patience when it comes to family. I loved the reading in psalms today. verse 35-36 stood out to me today.

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