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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, …

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Ignorance is no excuse

   “If anyone sins, doing any of the things that by the LORD’s commandments ought not to be done, though he did not know it, then realizes his guilt, he shall bear his iniquity. 246 more words


"Oh, No! Not Leviticus!"

Coty Pinckney, in a sermon, “Oh, No! Not Leviticus!”

Those of you who have tried to read through the Bible cover to cover find Leviticus to be the first big challenge.

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Reminder: consider the eternal perspective

Thanks to Coty Pinckney for his insights into Genesis 35-36.  He has a wonderful reminder that we need to consider the eternal perspective and do not look at the results of obedience in our own lifetimes. 470 more words


God’s goal is not to bribe us into obedience

“Does obedience lead to reward?” asks Coty Pinckney in a sermon, “Obedience and Tragedy”

Last week we saw the dangers of putting off obedience. When Jacob returned to the land of Canaan after 20 years away, he should have returned to Bethel, the place where God had first met him.

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