For the world, Noah was a mad man who thought it would rain when all we've ever had was dew; for the world, Abraham had to be very stupid to set off at dawn with the aim of obeying an unseen voice commanding him to sacrifice the child he waited over seven decades for. For the world, Jacob had to be very desperate if he thought his experiment with the sheep would actually work; or Joseph who let down a juicy affair in order to please 'GOD'…
In what appears to be David's pre-burial ceremony (seeing that he had lived for all he wished to live for), there are enigmas to pick and epiphanies to plant in our hearts just as much. The first of many – from which I hope to address a few – is that GOD chose us
And when obedience is fulfilled, and value is gratified, there is glorification both to the GOD over all unions made in HIS image and to the unions made by the image of GOD.
So when someone fights the Sabbath, it’s more than the day, it’s the intent of the institution of rest on/in GOD. When someone fights how marriage ought to be, it’s not just the order they fight but the GOD who made it so.
Don’t imprison GOD in an image, nor engrave GOD's presence to a location. Don’t hold it that GOD can only be here and GOD can only be spoken to here or that GOD can only be approached at these times alone and afterwards nothing. Don’t cage GOD, it says.
The command is: Don't have anything stopping GOD in HIS way of redeeming you to the righteousness that beats the standards of guilty and frail humans.