"What does it mean to fail God? Some would say there’s no fault in failing because failure is inevitable for all human beings. To some extent that is true, but that is incomplete thought. God already instructed His people in the Ten Commandments not to make idols but to worship Him alone. As we read about the golden calf, we see Aaron and the people fail the LORD in a direct and big way. So soon after the demonstration of the power of God through the parting of the Red Sea, they directly failed the LORD by disobeying Him. What is interesting is that it was Aaron, the anointed priest, the one who was called to lead them to God and find forgiveness of sin, who led them to a place of utter moral failure before the LORD. He led them to a state of sin that leads to death––idolatry. Aaron thought, so it seems, that he was helping the people, but in so doing, he disobeyed the command of God. Big mistake. This is the failure of people who seek to be pleased. A leader may think he is helping his congregation by giving them what they want, but instead he is leading them into a place of selfishness, pride, deception, and spiritual death.
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