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“The Lord cares about you.” <>< Dona (02/12/20)
Please read Leviticus 15 through 17. If you don’t have a Bible handy just go to Biblegateway.com to read the chapters. Left click on the underlined website above and then click on the drop down box that appears. The Biblegateway website should open for you to use. Type in the chapters you want to read and select the translation you want to read them from. Click search and the chapters should appear. Once you read the suggested chapters close the screen and you should return here.
Leviticus 15 has to do with everything being seen and done with a view toward God’s love and plan.
Oh! Wow! You God are concerned about our health.
Lord thank You for caring about our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. In Christ Jesus’ name I pray. AMEN.
Leviticus 16 has to do with instructions for the altar. From my Bible’s notes: Old Testament sacrifices could not actually remove sins, only cover them. Aaron had to spend hours preparing himself to meet God.
Oh! Wow! Lord I pray we will prepare to meet You.
Something to think about
From my Bible’s notes: We can approach God anytime. We are offered easier access to God than the high priest of Old Testament times. We must not forget that God is holy. We must not let the privilege of easier access to Him cause us to approach God carelessly. Easy access to God does not eliminate our need to prepare our hearts as we draw near in prayer.
Lord I pray we will approach Your throne of grace, the throne of Your gracious favor, with confidence and without fear so that we may receive mercy for our failures and find Your amazing grace to help us in time of need (Hebrews 4:16). In Christ Jesus’ name I pray. AMEN.
Leviticus 17 has to do with sacrifices and the ingesting of blood.
Oh! Wow! Christ Jesus shed His blood to cleanse us from sin.
Something to think about
From my Bible’s notes: God prohibited the eating or drinking of blood for several reasons. (1) To discourage pagan practices. Israel was to be separated and distinct from the foreign pagan practices. The pagans ate the blood in hopes of gaining the strength of certain animals. God’s people were to rely on Him, not on ingesting blood for strength; (2) To preserve the symbolism of the sacrifice of Jesus’ blood; (3) To protect the people from infection because many deadly diseases are transmitted through the blood.
Something to experience
When we ask Jesus into our life we are symbolically taking His blood into our body to cover our sins.