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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 chapter of Leviticus covers secret sin and Elohim’s view of it. Our secret sins can cause some very open problems. David referred to secret sin his heart (Psalm 51:3-12).
This chapter is a continuation of the laws of chapter 13. This chapter can be divided up into two parts. Verses 1-32 describe the purification rites of someone who had previously been declared infected with tsara’at. Verses 32-53 describe mud covered or plastered building stones that are infected with tsara’at.
We now come to the appetizing chapter of “running sores and leprosy.” This chapter discusses a skin affliction that is termed “leprosy,” but leprosy as we know it today (Hansen’s Disease) does not at all fit the description given here.
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