The Levites Had Many Duties

The Lord told Moses that the tribe of Levi had to attend to the needs of the congregation of Israel, and, “Also they shall attend to all the furnishings of the tabernacle of meeting, and to the needs of the children of Israel, to do the work of the tabernacle” (Numbers 3:8).
Truly the Levites stood between the children of Israel and the Lord, at least as far as sacrifices and things of that nature. An Israelite could approach God in prayer, but the tabernacle represented some things that God only wanted the priests to do.
Similarly, Christians serve as priests today. Therefore, they can approach God for their own personal needs, but they also can approach God for the benefit of the world (1 Timothy 2:1, 2).
How often do you pray for the world?

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