Ezra 6

The decree of Cyrus authorising the temple building is produced, Darius doubles up on the support that the previous king gave to the project, authorising supplies be given that show a nuanced understanding of the Israelites religious practices. It’s a major win.

The local governors obey. The temple is done and Passover is celebrated to dedicate it. The faithful include the returned exiles and the local Israelites who seek God by separating themselves from the gentile practices.

I do believe this attitude of seeking is more important than the specific obedience involved.

The chapter ends with scenes of huge joy and celebration.

Father may I seek you regardless. And may I know and enjoy blessing when I see it.

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