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Three More Sacrifices: Why They Still Matter to Us (Leviticus 3-7)

In this lesson, we explore the remaining three offerings described in Leviticus 1-5: the peace offering, the sin offering, and the trespass offering. Hidden in the details we find faith-building foreshadowings of Jesus. But the details  also speak about us! Peter and Paul address the Christians as a nation of priests who are called to offer our own […]

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Romans in One Lesson

We take a short break from our Leviticus series to take a closer look at Paul's letter to the Romans.  The things we have learned so far in Leviticus help us understand Paul's message to the Christians in Rome, and what this means for us today.   Here are reactions from two Christians who heard this […]

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Issues from the Body (Leviticus 15)

(Caution: This may not be suitable for children. Parental discretion is advised). This chapter addresses the uncomfortable subject of various fluids being discharged from the body of a man or woman, that would thereby render the person unclean. We explore what a key term used might be referring to, and how this passage provides a […]

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The Day of Atonement (Leviticus 16)

The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) was to be commemorated each year, involving specific tasks by the High Priest and fasting by the people. Here we learn about washings, the mercy seat, scapegoats, sin and burnt offerings. Understanding these details will help us appreciate what Jesus, our High Priest, did on the cross to atone […]

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