Category Archives: Leviticus

Walking Erect

From pictures I’ve seen, shows I’ve watched, there’s something about hard slavery that bows the back. It’s the classic portrait of a mistreated slave . . . shackles on the feet . . . head hung low . . . … Continue reading

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The Food of God

Continuing to read through Leviticus . . . and noticed something I don’t think I’ve noticed before. One of those phrases, that because of its repetition, kind of jumps off the page. As I’ve been reading through this third book … Continue reading

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Avoiding A Tragedy

It’s shocking! Absolutely unexpected! No one saw it coming! It reminds me of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster in ’86 when it broke apart 73 seconds after it launched. Weeks and months of prep . . . anticipation building for … Continue reading

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The Fat Belongs to the Lord

Ok . . . so as I’ve mentioned before, when I’m reading in the morning I’m on the watch for observations on a variety of topics . . . which, when found are either underlined or shaded with a certain … Continue reading

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No Need for Animals

I don’t think I’d every really noticed how similar the end of Leviticus is to the end of Deuteronomy. Both books of Moses, after having laid out in explicit details the “do’s” and “don’t’s” of atoning sacrifices . . . … Continue reading

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He Is the LORD

I’ll take “Levitical Commands” for one, two, three, four, and five hundred, Alex. Okay, then, here’s your first answer in this category . . . this is the principle underlying the command to not profane the name of the Lord … Continue reading

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My Scapegoat

Hovering over Leviticus 16 this morning . . . The Day of Atonement . . . Yom Kippur . . . the one day a year when the high priest enters the Most Holy Place with sacrificial blood to make … Continue reading

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