One of the greatest temptations for ancient cultures was to worship idols – things that
were created to mimic God and worship. In fact, we still have that temptation today.
Many in today’s world worship their own pleasure and experience. In recent years, the
bucket-list has become a household staple, to complete a lifelong to-do list of all your
most precious desires, fantasies, and dreams before you die. It’s a bit idolatrous, if you
ask me! Why do we worship these things? As Christians, if we live forever, then we know
that our best life is not now but comes when we move into eternity. The essence of what
we believe is always challenged by the culture in which we are born. Moses knew this
very well. He told the people to pay attention to the command of God, and not to make
or worship idols.
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