Today: [Leviticus Twenty] From Servanthood to Sonship. In Leviticus 20 God lays out to Moses the penalty for sin. The worship of Molech is particularly singled out. Molech in ancient Israel was later on Chronos (god of time) in Greek and Roman culture. Do we still pass our children through the fires of Molech? We also see in this chapter that God through the severity of the law is attempting to bring us to Christ. He wants us to see the sacred truth of where you come from and just what He sees in you that He would send His son to die for you. You are more than a servant, you are a son of the Most High. Through the giving of the law … (click link or title to continue)
Morning Light Bible Study
Today: Jesus’ Favorite Scripture? [Leviticus 19 Continued] Did Jesus have a favorite scripture? If He does have one it is located in Leviticus 19. In Leviticus 19 God commands you to “be holy for I am holy” then proceeds to give a litany of commands relating to relationship and social interactions. This chapter today presents an unambiguous, wholesome approach to living life in the Jesus style.
Today: Practical Holiness. Are we called to be “weird for Jesus”? In Leviticus 19 God instructs the people to “be holy” for He is Holy. What does it mean to be holy? God has not called you to be a “holy oddity”. Holiness is practical. It deals with an honest and transparent attitude toward God himself and a fair dealing commitment to those around you. This chapter today presents an unambiguous, wholesome approach to living life in the Jesus style.