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The Holy of HoliesAs we have journeyed through the book of Leviticus, we have experienced a book where God reveals Himself to be Holy and where He calls us to be Holy as well, beckoning us into this intimate relationship with Him. How does God make us Holy?I think if we had to imagine that God was writing a love letter to us through the book of Leviticus, He might be saying thees words as written by *Larry Crabb in his book, "66 Love Letters",The»
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I just read the first chapter of Leviticus. I feel a little not right in my gut. Learning details about animal sacrifices doesn’t sit too well with me.  Made me think, though, about how we could do with more reminders of the cost of sin. We may not see it, but it taxes us, morally and spiritually. We may not have been witnesses, but Christ’s death has paid its debt. I reflect back on the recent same-sex marriage cacophony that raged Honolul»
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For most Christians, the book of Leviticus is as untraveled as the wilderness in which Moses wrote it. It’s not hard to understand why. I mean, who cares about sacrifices no longer needed or diet codes no longer in effect? Can they teach us anything today? In a word: plenty. (Photo: Offerings were made in the Tabernacle. Courtesy of the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands) “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable.” —2 Timothy 3:16 He»
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For most Christians, the book of Leviticus is as untraveled as the wilderness in which Moses wrote it. It’s not hard to understand why. I mean, who cares about sacrifices no longer needed or diet codes no longer in effect? Can they teach us anything today? In a word: plenty. (Photo: Offerings were made in the Tabernacle. Courtesy of the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands) “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable.” —2 Timothy 3:16 He»
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Is homosexuality really an "abomination" in the book of Leviticus?
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Bible in Five: Leviticus | Blackhawk Church
This video accompanies Week 5-6 of the E»
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Genesis, the first book of the Bible, tells the story of how God created the “heavens and the earth? *1 and the first families that walked the Earth. Adam and Eve, the first humans ever fall to the temptation of sin, thus sin enters the world. Sin is defined as “any act regarded as such a transgression, a willful or deliberate violation of some religious or moral principle" .*2 The world became consumed with sin, so it was time to start over. There was only one man that followed the commands of God and that was Noah. He and his family were spared. Therefore, for 40 ...

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As it turns out, I am no where near finishing my Bible in a year reading plan. You may ask why? Books like Leviticus and Deuteronomy. Such books are hard to read, but feel free to judge away. Maybe I am not just spiritual enough (Shrugs). However, in the info graphic below, the cool people […] The post Least popular books of the bible appeared first on Michael Ernest.
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Tucked away in the book of Leviticus are five amazing verses holding seven powerful promises that you can declare throughout your week. I would suggest taking one promise per day (or do all seven each day) and add it to your prayer and declaration list to keep you constantly aware that the Lord is for [] The post Seven Powerful Promises For Your Week appeared first on Greg Simas.
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The Swilley Library Award of Distinction for Most Outstanding Academic Research went to Mark A. Wirtz, a Master of Divinity Student in the McAfee School of Theology for his paper entitled "Wrestling with Leviticus 18.22 and 20.13."AbstractLeviticus 18 and 20 are part of a larger narrative construct in which Israel wished to separate itself from its cultural rivals, the so-called Canaanites, with whom Israel likely shared a great deal in common. »