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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 16

I feel like this is one of those “I told you so” speeches we have to give to our children sometimes after they do something really boneheaded that we warned them a thousand times not to do. The first sentence says that the Lord spoke to Moses “after the death of Aaron’s two sons.” So,… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 16

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 15

“Ewww, you nasty,” was the first thought that came to my mind when I started reading this chapter. Maybe that’s not the most mature attitude, but … truth. I feel like, too, that this chapter is dedicated to the brothers out there. I noticed that starting in verse 21, the text switches to third person:… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 15

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 14

What can we say about this chapter other than, “Whew! I’m glad we don’t have to slaughter stuff to be clean anymore!” Actually, there is a lot more to say about this chapter. Plus, it’s freakishly long, so I would feel guilty summing it up in one sentence. I was trying to read past the… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 14

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 13

So, not only is Aaron responsible for everything that happens inside the temple, but he also has to inspect everyone’s gross boils, zits and skin rashes. Another reason I’d never make it as a priest. Besides noting that Aaron served somewhat as a physician in addition to his priestly duties, I also was relating to… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 13

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 12

I used to see this short and sweet chapter as a curse against women, but now I see it as a well-deserved maternity leave and break! Perhaps it is the wording, which sounds like God is shunning a woman and cutting her off from society, but think about what it really means: this woman gets… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 12

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 11

Talk about eating clean! This chapter identifies what the Israelites’ diet should look like in order for them to remain holy like God. It also can be quite confusing and has been extremely controversial for new Christians, anti-Christians and just about any person who has ever picked up the Bible or heard about Old Testament… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 11

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 10

I feel like this chapter could stand alone as a short story. How my heart aches and breaks for Aaron. Why didn’t his kids just listen??? If you have children, you may be able to resonate with Aaron today. What could he do when God burned up two of his children for disobeying clear instruction?… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 10

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Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 9

The time has come to get this show on the road! This is a beautiful chapter that shows Moses’ leadership, Aaron’s willingness and God’s glory. Moses even tells us specifically in verse 6 that the Israelites have done all these things “so that the glory of the Lord may appear to you.” And that He… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Leviticus 9

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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