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It seems that recently, religion is falling more and more out of our good graces. More and more, religion is becoming associated with hate, corruption, and hypocrisy. But is this really a new thing?… The answer might shock you. The bible is full of lessons, commandments, and more. But do you know how it emphasizes…
- relationship, not religion
- obedience, not obnoxiousness
- humility, not humble pie
- and the need to correct our own shortcomings – not those of others.
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This section of Leviticus is one of the most practical sections in Scripture. These commandments of Elohim are explained in terms of social life and action. Elohim intended His Torah to be demonstrated in the lives of those that believe and trust in Him.
We come to a section here where Elohim is going to give laws concerning sexual sins. These are the sins that mark a decadent society and the decline and fall of empires.
The book of Leviticus gives us a direct insight into many truths concerning Messiah and His sacrificial death. It also answers many questions for us concerning the work and person of Yeshua Messiah. This chapter ties into the previous chapter in it’s subject matter, which is the Day of Atonement. It deals with the fact that only one place for sacrifice was permissible and the value of the blood of the sacrifice.
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