Tag: Leviticus

Romans, Grace, Faith, Law

I hear Christians referred to a lot as New Testament Christians, but what does that actually mean? Christians didn’t exist prior to the New Testament, before the New Testament there were no Christians, Christians only came into existance after Christ came to earth, prior to that there were no Christians, or I guess you could

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Numbers Chapter 1

I found Numbers a really interesting book to read, it elaborates on and explains the law established in Leviticus with real examples. It also provides general information and statistics on the people of Israel, which I thought was interesting too. The first chapter of Numbers is entirely a census that God told Moses to take

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Leviticus Chapter 13 to 27

This section of Leviticus continues on from the first 12 chapters in explaining the law and elaborating on it. There are many interesting laws through here, but there were a couple of things I noticed in particular. The first is that Leviticus 18:22 is the first reference in the law that homosexuality is wrong. Sodom

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Leviticus Chapter 12 and Christ

I find it quite interesting that, even before Christ came to be the ultimate sacrifice, God made it as easy as possible for the poor to come to Him, as well as the wealthy, as is illustrated in Leviticus 12:8, if a woman can’t afford a lamb, she is to provide doves or pigeons as

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Leviticus Chapter 1 to 11

My Bible is a student study Bible, so it has lots of notes here and there and has a brief introduction to each book of the Bible just giving an overview of it and things like that. At the start of Leviticus, it says that many people lose interest in Leviticus when reading through the

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