Next, God is making a comparison of son and father where He says, "If I am your Father where is my honor or if I am Master where is my fear or respect." God talks about polluted bread on the altar. Then the sacrifice of blind sleep. I don't know if this is symbolic or literal. I must be careful not to offer blind sheep or polluted bread symbolically to God. Romans 12:1 says we are to lay down our bodies as living sacrifices. That means all that I have and all that I am.
Next is money for everything we do. Here in the text it is opening the doors of the temple or making a fire on the altar. Do I need compensation for everything I do for the Lord. God ends up this chapter saying enough of your blind sheep and polluted bread for I am a great King says the LORD of hosts. In this chapter there is a blessing for obedience or a great loss otherwise.