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Leviticus is a book many never study so I have decided to use March 2010 to encounter Leviticus.

Leviticus is a book many never study so I have decided to use March 2010 to encounter Leviticus.

This is the introductory lesson for the series on "Living Leviticus."

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Living Leviticus Introduction Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Living Leviticus
  • 2. Living Leviticus
  • 3. Living Leviticus
    The Fear:
    We are far removed.
    We no longer offering sacrifices
    We no longer have “priests”
  • 4. Living Leviticus
    “The Lord called Moses and spoke to him from the tent of meeting…”
    (Leviticus 1.1; ESV)
  • 5. Living Leviticus
    Quick Facts:
    The original Hebrew title is take from the first word translated, “And He called.”
    Source: MacArthur Study Bible; Leviticus introduction
  • 6. Living Leviticus
    Quick Facts:
    Leviticus means “concerning the Levites.”
    Take careful note the book is not just for the Levites only.
  • 7. Living Leviticus
    Quick Facts:
    Leviticus is quoted over 15 times in the New Testament.
  • 8. Living Leviticus
    Keys to the Book:
    “Consecrate yourselves therefore, and be holy, for I am holy.”
    (Leviticus 11.44; ESV)