If one inherits the priesthood, one also inherits Yah. But the implication of this is far greater that you can imagine.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. Serving Yah comes with great rewards, as many of us realize by now. Israel as a nation received the entire promised land as a gift and inheritance from the Most High when their wilderness test was over. But among all the tribes, the Levites received no land as an inheritance. Because they were dedicated to Yah as priests, theirs was a special circumstance. We are told, according to book of Joshua:
7 For the Levites have no portion among you, because the priesthood of Yah is their inheritance. . . .
The office of the priesthood is directly connected to Yah, meaning that if the priesthood is an inheritance, then Yah himself is part of that inheritance and therefore he comes with it. If one inherits the priesthood, one also inherits Yah. But the implication of this is far greater than you can imagine. While the other tribes were given mere land that was temporary, in the sense that one generation would die and leave it to another, the Levites were given something far greater; something eternal. Their inheritance would never pass to others. And because the priesthood is attached to Yah and comes packaged with him, those who serve in the priesthood get to share whatever belongs to Yah. This is why the tithe of Yah was also theirs. Well, as a Kingdom of Priests, we will share everything that is Yah’s also, right down to being allowed to sit on his throne.
20 Then Yah said to Aaron, You shall have no inheritance in their land nor own any portion among them; I am your portion and your inheritance among the sons of Israel. 21 To the sons of Levi, behold, I have given all the tithe in Israel for an inheritance, in return for their service which they perform, the service of the tent of meeting.
—Numbers 18:20 – 21
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