Jesus in the Old Testament

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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The Anointed One (Exodus 29)

The Lord tells Moses of three extraordinary procedures to ordain the high priest and other priests, all of which point to different aspects of Jesus Christ. One of them is that Aaron, the first high priest, is to be anointed with oil. This act points to the meaning of the term Christ or Messiah (a […]

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Lessons from the Courtyard: The Bronze Altar and the Laver for Washing (Exodus 27)

The Lord told Moses to provide a bronze altar and a laver for washing in the courtyard of the tabernacle. Both illustrate important lessons for Christians today. In this lesson we review the extraordinary story from Numbers behind the covering for the altar. That story is referenced by Jude in the New Testament, to address […]

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