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When a nation turns its back on God, it tends to unravel. The thread that holds the society loses effectiveness.

Revelation 15:6

Exodus 26:31 God doesn't give haphazard directions.

Leviticus 16:4

Knitted blankets are made with a loose weave and thicker yarn. Compared to tightly-woven fabric, it can be pulled apart easier.

A tight weave is meant to last a long time. All of us are meant to be good weavers of life.

John 10:11 Jesus gave his vital life force for all. God has to work through someone. I can also be a weaver (shepard) for a life with loose threads. This takes training, knowledge, and experience.

Am I adding threads that God can’t use?

Fine linen symbolizes holiness and righteousness in the Old Testament and in Revelation.

Leviticus 16:1,2,3,4 Everyone needs to change before standing in the presence of God.

This weave is meant to create an extraordinary, clean garment to be worn every day.

Ephesians 5:27

Psalm 1:4 The process of making pure linen involves thrashing. God’s thrashing is not unkind. Pride, stubbornness, or any possession I have and worship is chaff. Some traits He can't use to make an extraordinary garment.

Matthew 3:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 It begins with repentance. I can’t assume I will never have to repent or remove a thread in my weave going forward. If I find I am weaving incorrectly, I can be willing to change your mind.

Acts 13:10,11

God doesn’t use fault-finding. Am I unraveling another person?

Acts 8:26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38 What he was reading was “loose”; it wasn’t doing anything for him. I can approach others and ask “Do you understand? Can I help?” Looms are noisy. Speak up! This is part of the process of weaving.