Thursday, January 26, 2017


Levitical Offerings

Depicted the person and work of Christ before He  "became flesh
and tabernacled among us". The Jewish rituals revealed in the Old
Testament give us a new appreciation of our magnificent Savior.
Why is  He the "Lamb of God"? Why is His saving work called the
"blood of Christ"? Five Levitical offerings instituted in Leviticus 1---6
teach vital doctrines concerning our so-great salvation and the mechanics
of recovering temporal fellowship with God after committing sin. Generation
upon generation of believers learned Bible doctrine from these dramatic
ceremonies,  and as we view our Lord's work from this ancient perspective,
we increase our own understanding of God's Word.

Book By R.B. Thieme Jr

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust
in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the
Holy Spirit.
Rom. 15:13

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