Idolatry

This is actually a post I started two years ago around this time. I had just finished reading Living Life for the day and I felt compelled to write a post on it, but never got around to it. The devotional for the day was entitled “The Dangers of Idolatry” (Exodus 32:1-10). It’s the passage where Moses is taking too long on the mountain, so Aaron crafts a golden calf for the people. The funny thing about this event is that it makes me wonder about hearts. I think there were good intentions: “Give us something to worship. Something we can see. Something we don’t have to wait for.” If you read their language, it seems they are trying to worship God their own way and in their own time. I don’t know. Sounds like the church today. “Worship my way.”