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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 8

Have you ever gotten all gussied up for a special event? Better yet, have you ever been the honoree of a special event and dressed the part because you had to appear in front of dozens (or hundreds or thousands) of people whose eyes all would be on you? Brides, some of you can relate… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 8

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 7

Finally (wink, wink), the list of instructions comes to an end. God sums everything up by making sure all the rules are clear. In turn, He will get his special time with the Israelites, and the priests will be fed. It’s a great plan. We’ve discussed in past chapters how God’s instructions for the Israelites… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 7

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 6

I took a mythology class in college, and it really messed with my head. We studied Joseph Campbell’s “The Power of Myth,” which makes parallels in the world’s religions based on similar folktales and religious stories. Basically, Campbell says that all religions, based on good and evil and heaven and such, have the same god… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 6

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 5

We can continue to be thankful while reading this chapter that we don’t have to make daily treks to the Tabernacle to confess our sins and sacrifice the best of our flocks, herds and bread ingredients. This chapter further exemplifies God’s attempt to keep the Israelites completely aware of their day-to-day activities. No one wants… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 5

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 4

I’ve been watching a series on Netflix, and one storyline follows a mom trying to mom her teenage daughter with tough love, or busy love, I guess you could call it. The teenager, as teenagers do, keeps getting into trouble, sometimes inadvertently but still trouble nonetheless, so the mom enrolls the daughter in a flurry… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 4

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 3

This meaty chapter gives us a little more to chew on when it comes to mealtimes, specifically mealtimes with the Lord. Leviticus is basically a re-do of what God already told Moses before the Israelites set off for the Promised Land. Most people would agree that it’s a little tedious to read, but like we’ve… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 3

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 2

I get all the smell good feels with Chapter 2. All I can do is think of freshly baked bread and walking through the souq, or downtown market, in Muscat, Oman. It was by far, hands down, with no uncertainty in my mind, heart or soul, the best day trip I’ve ever had in my… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 2

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 1

This opening chapter of Leviticus just throws us right into the blood and guts, doesn’t it? If you’re a butcher or ever took part in FFA, you might appreciate this chapter a little more than the rest of us. Remember, we left off at the end of Exodus with the Israelites heading to the Promised… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 1

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Bible studies for writers | Exodus 40

Happy New Year! And what a celebration it must have been. I was noticing God’s timing in this chapter. It opens up with the Lord telling Moses to set up the Tabernacle on the first day of the new year, and verse 17 tells us that it was the first day of the second new… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Exodus 40

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Bible studies for writers | Exodus 39

Have you ever been part of a play or stage production? I took part in a couple plays in high school, and while I didn’t feel I was to pursue a career in acting, the experience was something I have cherished my whole life. Putting on a play is a huge process from beginning to… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Exodus 39