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Summary: Elvis put it on everything . . . rings, necklaces, even his jet. It was more than the name of his band, it was his slogan. TCB is more than a slogan for us. It is our misson. This examination of our daily duties as priests will help you TCB!

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Part 4

In the 1950’s, Elvis led the rock n roll revolution. In the 1960’s he concentrated on his successful movie career. By 1968, it had been more than 7 years since he had appeared on stage in front of a live audience. The 1968 “Comeback Special” was taped in June 1968 in Burbank. It first aired on

December 3rd on NBC. It stands as one of the great moments in rock music history.

But as I have for the last 3 weeks, I remind you that Elvis’ career was not his own. In fact, he was so nervous about performing live again that the director came up with the idea of having the members of his TCB Band on stage with him. He named the band this and placed the insignia on practically everything he owned because he TCB had become his motto for life.

You will also remember that I mentioned that we too should be TCB. We have been designated as priests. And with that designation comes great responsibilities that most of us have either forgotten or have been uneducated in. So we began an examination of the daily responsibilities of the priest. These responsibilities or duties speak to us. We should be taking care of business as well.

Let me remind you what duties we have already covered:

1. Diagnose and provide remedy for sickness.

2. Transport glory.

3. Remove the ashes from our lives.

4. Keep fresh fire burning.

5. Burn the incense – or develop a persistent, saturated, passionate prayer life.

6. Replenish the Oil – with no oil there is no light, no crushing no oil, oil isn’t just for church.

And as we celebrate Easter today I want us to finish this examination of our duties as priest. The final duty that we are responsible for is found in:

TEXT: Exodus 29:36-39; Numbers 28:9-10; Numbers 28:3-4

36Offer a bull as an Absolution-Offering for atonement each day. Offer it on the Altar when you make atonement for it: Anoint and consecrate it. 37Make atonement for the Altar and consecrate it for seven days; the Altar will become soaked in holiness—anyone who so much as touches the Altar will become holy. 38“This is what you are to offer on the Altar: two year-old lambs each and every day, 39one lamb in the morning and the second lamb at evening.

9“On the Sabbath, sacrifice two healthy yearling lambs, together with the Drink-Offering and the Grain-Offering of four quarts of fine flour mixed with oil. 10This is the regular Sabbath Whole-Burnt-Offering, in addition to the regular Whole-Burnt-Offering and its Drink-Offering.

3And thou shalt say unto them, This is the offering made by fire which ye shall offer unto Jehovah: he-lambs a year old without blemish, two day by day, for a continual burnt-offering. 4The one lamb shalt thou offer in the morning, and the other lamb shalt thou offer at even;

I. Backdrop

Each and every morning and evening the priest had to TCB. They had to approach the Brazen Altar and offer a lamb as a sacrifice. Then on the Sabbath they had to double that and offer two lambs in the morning and two lambs in the evening. This was their duty.

The last duty I want to draw your attention to is that the priest had a duty to make sacrifice.


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