Our cameras catch more wildlife footage than they help stop intruders from entering our property. I love seeing the different animals that lurk in the night. I guess the hunting gene was passed on, except I would rather not be in the same vicinity as the little creepers, but I enjoy watching them from my cozy couch. Early this morning, the cameras caught a coyote and a possum. The possum in this morning’s video helped me identify the waddling animal with no tail that I had seen before and couldn’t decide what it was; now I know. Though I know they can’t do anything, the cameras give us early warning of possible intruders. They act as the first barrier of protection in defending our home sanctuary.
When God gave Moses the plan for the encampment, his plans placed the Levites as the first barrier surrounding the Tabernacle, and Aaron and his sons were positioned on the east side, directly in front of the door. Any intruder, which included anyone who wasn’t a Levite, would be killed. That gives you a clue to how serious God was about protecting his dwelling and keeping it holy. What does that tell you about the temple that dwells within us? Do you actually have the Holy Spirit if you allow anything satanic to come into your life? Anything unholy should be killed before entry. Consider your participation in satanic festivities; if this is your favorite time of year because of Halloween, you need to ask God if he approves. If you are not convicted, seek Jesus before it’s too late.
But those that encamp before the tabernacle toward the east, even before the tabernacle of the congregation eastward, shall be Moses, and Aaron and his sons, keeping the charge of the sanctuary for the charge of the children of Israel; and the stranger that cometh nigh shall be put to death. Numbers 3:38