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Holiness – A Study in Leviticus

In this lesson, we are going to gain a fresh understanding of Leviticus, chapters 10-20. In these chapters, and many other Scriptures, we will define holiness. We will learn what it means to say God is holy. Applying the New Testament, we will also learn what it means to be a holy people, which is God’s desire for each of us.

Reasonable Worship

As we continue to look at the book of Leviticus, we now will take a few moments and glance at chapters 8-10. A quick look at these chapters will give you a view of the establishment of the priesthood and Aaron with his sons beginning their duties. Then of course, we have chapter 10 with Nadab and Abihu, who’s story is often used to serve out own needs. But this lesson attempts to bring these chapters home with some simple and appropriate application. In these lessons, we will understand that we are objects of God’s grace. We will learn how much God desires to be near to us. We will also learn that God is, always has been, and always will be holy.

God, the Pursuer

The Book of Leviticus is very strange. Because of how strange and confusing it is, it often is neglected, seeming to be irrelevant. This lesson covers Leviticus 26. We will try not to get bogged down by the things that don’t matter, rather attempt to see the timeless truths of our unchanging God.

The Year of Jubilee

We have read about it in Leviticus 25, but we hear so little about the “Year of Jubilee.” I think mostly because it is so foreign to us and it simply doesn’t seem relevant. I believe there is a timeless truth seen in this text: we, all that we have, and even the land, it all belongs to God. This may seem hard to grasp or accept at first, but then when you consider who God is, and what he has done, and what he wants to give, I don’t think I would rather belong to any other.