As we look at Leviticus 23, imagine we are looking at the Israelite’s annual family calendar. This is their entire year of corporate worship in one snapshot. This morning, we’re going to look at every item on the calendar and we’re going to apply the lessons that we learn along the way.
Last week we discussed holiness in general but today, we’re going to zoom in on one aspect of our lives in particular. In chapter 18, Moses moves from the general theme of holiness and applies it specifically and comprehensively to the way that we understand and practice sexuality. Leviticus 18
In Leviticus 16 we learn about the Day of Atonement. This chapter could be referred to as the heart of the book of Leviticus. And, since Leviticus represents the heart of the Pentateuch, our passage today represents the heart of the heart of the Law!
The Israelites needed to be led, and in Leviticus 8-10 we find God’s gracious provision. This morning we are going to look to Leviticus 8-10 and we are going to ask the question: “What does the Law teach us about Leadership?”
Leviticus 4 deals with the sin offering. This was the offering that faithful Israelites offered when they had realized they had committed sin. They realized what they had done, felt the guilt and then brought an offering to atone for it.
Part 1 – The title of this series is “Elementary” because we understand that Leviticus – and all of the Mosaic Law – was given to us by God to function as a sort of tutor. The Law was given to teach us, to reprove us, to correct us and to train us in righteousness. […]