Calendar in Leviticus points to deeper spiritual truths

We’re almost to the end of our reading through Leviticus.  Coty Pinckney has a very helpful summary,  a look back at where we’ve been reading and some questions to prompt more study: This chapter (Leviticus 23) has been called God’s calendar, because it describes festivals God planned for the people of Israel. Most of us turn … More Calendar in Leviticus points to deeper spiritual truths

Christian behavior results from a relationship with God; it is not a prerequisite to that relationship.

Today in our reading plan, we come to Leviticus 18-20. And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the people of Israel and say to them, I am the LORD your God. You shall not do as they do in the land of Egypt, where you lived, and you shall not do as they … More Christian behavior results from a relationship with God; it is not a prerequisite to that relationship.

The picture of the priest found in Leviticus displays New Testament truth — in a detailed form.

Coty Pinckney helps us understand Leviticus 8-10 Like the offerings, the picture of the priest found in Leviticus displays New Testament truth — in a detailed form. Once again, Leviticus brings out a human need — the need for a priest, the need for another human being to help us to see ourselves, and to … More The picture of the priest found in Leviticus displays New Testament truth — in a detailed form.