Today Brad takes us through Leviticus 5 and looks at the deceptions committed against the holy things, the holy law, and against the holy people. He then covers what the law does not do, and explains the experience of overflowing grace of faith and love.
Leviticus 4 deals with sin and the importance of the Hebrew sacrificial practices for the atonement of sin. Brad explores how sin offerings were a vital part of worship that benefitted both God and His people.
Brad takes us through Leviticus chapter 3, which outlines the direction given to God’s people regarding Peace Offerings. How does this apply to us? What lessons can we learn in studying the specifics of the peace offerings God commanded of His people. They were commanded to give their best (“All the fat is the Lord’s”). What should we do with the fat in our lives? What fat do we cling on to in our lives?
This week we work through Leviticus chapter 2, and the laws for grain offerings. Why are we going through this? How does it apply to us?
Grain offerings were typically offerings of thanksgiving, coming out a sense of thankfulness for the atonement received (see our previous sermon). Now that we have received the greatest atonement, in Christ, what can God’s commands regarding offerings of thanksgiving tell us about how to respond with our talents, time, and treasures?