Tags » Leviticus

Behar (Lev. 25:1-26:2)

Another short portion, only 57 verses.  It begins and ends on the same note:  The Sabbath.  The Promised Land is to be given a rest every seven years, just as people must observe one every seven days.  1,403 more words

Behar

How can we own time? We already know some methods: repetition, rhythm, ritual. We can also count and name. Time slips past indifferently, but when we say “Shabbat is tomorrow”, “It’s my thirtieth birthday”, “Four weeks since Pesach,” we’ve created units of time which are the building-blocks of meaningful narrative, and of anything sacred. 82 more words

Reflections on Leviticus 26-27

God will bless obedience and punish disobedience.

  • God’s Presence – God promises to bless the people if they will obey the covenant.  One of his greatest blessings is that he will dwell with them (26:11). 
  • 54 more words
Christianity

Leviticus 5 and the Question of Volition in Sin

As I said on Tuesday, this week is kind of crazy and so I’m afraid that you’re going to have to put up with posts that simply have to do with what I happen to be thinking about. 1,125 more words

Whose Preference?

Micro-Devotional Leviticus 18 Link

SOME OF GOD’S REQUIREMENTS OF US REGARDING SEX AND FAMILY IN LEVITICUS 18

  • God prohibits incest: even people who marry into your family become your family.
  • 877 more words
Devotional

Unveiling Spiritual Identity From Leviticus

by Kayode Crown, Greatlight books

Digital List Price: $2.99

Here: https://draft2digital.com/book/159674

ISBN: 9781524270070
This is part of a series of books in which particular verses are picked from books of the bible, and the issues of Spiritual Identity are explored, in the light of the mind of God for us. 252 more words

Spiritual Identity