Monthly Archives: January 2010

Leviticus 12

The offering that women bring to the temple after having a children is not a ‘sin’ offering.  They have not sinned by giving birth.  The offering that they give takes away ritual impurity.  A dead body has not sinned.  It is … Continue reading

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Leviticus 11

Some foods are better for us than others.  Although there is a relationship between health and eating, we commonly forget that how we eat should reflect our walk with God.  Even today, there are rules to eating right.  Mankind has … Continue reading

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Leviticus 10

Sometimes it is hard to carry on.  When so many circumstances seem harsh and undeserved, it is hard to minister.  It is hard to serve others.  Aaron lost his sons to God because they got the details wrong.  It seems … Continue reading

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Leviticus 9

Now that everyone is ready to go it’s time for God’s big kick off at the tabernacle.  Almost every kind of offering is offered on behalf of Aaron, his sons, and the people.  The finale is when fire comes from the tent … Continue reading

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Leviticus 8

When I was eighteen I was comissioned by the elders of my church in England and sent as a missionary to Pakistan.  I remember being set apart for the work by kneeling at the front of the church.  The elders stood … Continue reading

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Leviticus 7:11 – 38

A couple of things struck me from this reading.  Firstly, God’s workers receive a cut.  In effect a minister of God deserves pay for looking after the LORD’s work.  Secondly, the gift is made from a thankful heart.  When we … Continue reading

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Leviticus 6:8 – 7:10

The olympics will begin soon.  A symbol of the olympics is the flame that is carried from town to town around the world and then burns continuously in some prominent place.  The Israelites received fire from the LORD.  He lit … Continue reading

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