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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 is called by most to be the parable of the “Unjust Steward.” This particular parable has been the most difficult for people to understand.
This offering is called the “shelamim” offering. It is translated as “peace offering.” The word “shelamim” is related to the word “shalom,” which means “well-being.”
All the offerings in Leviticus speak of Messiah Yeshua and our relationship with the Father. This offering is called the “meat offering” in the King James Version because all food was referred to as meat in that day. But this is the only offering that involved no meat whatsoever. It reads very much like a bread recipe. Most modern translations refer to this as the grain offering or meal offering.
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