Can you imagine, in the Church, having the leaders tell people that they had brought enough gifts to the Lord and that there was no need for any more? That's the situation Moses faced when the tabernacle was being produced. Moses set a need in front of the people, and there was such an abundance of response that Moses had to tell the people that they had more than enough to accomplish what they needed to accomplish. I can only begin to imagine what the modern Church could do if people gave in a similar way: needs of families would be met, buildings would be paid for, outreach would take place, and the Kingdom of God would grow. Sadly, in our church, we've never been at the point of needing to tell people, you're too generous with God: stop giving! I hope that one day we might have that problem.
You are here: / / More than enough (Exodus 36:1-8; 39:32-43)
Seth is a pastor, author, and speaker who lives in Batesville, Indiana. He is married to Kari, and they have two daughters, Madelyn and Noelle.