As we continue our trek through God’s story seeking Jesus in the Old Testament, we saw how God promised Abraham that He’d make his descendants into a great nation — Israel (Genesis). Then through God’s orchestration, they end up as slaves in Egypt, but God keeps His promise and leads them out of captivity and into the wilderness (Exodus). In Leviticus, God lays down the law and we learn how detailed and burdensome all the sacrificial rituals were as the get ready to travel through the desert to the Promised Land. Each of these stories all point to Jesus as the Jewish Messiah and Savior of the world.
Jesus in Leviticus
- Jesus in Leviticus: Atonement for Our Sins: What Sacrifices Actually Please God?
- Jesus in Leviticus Part 2: The Consequences of Sin: Guilt, Remorse & Contrition
- Jesus in Leviticus Part 3: What was Clean & Unclean That Symbolizes Sin & Salvation
- Leviticus 16: Jesus is Our Scapegoat, No Need for the Day Of Atonement, YomKippur
- Jesus in Leviticus Part 5: Be Holy Just as God is Holy, Laying Down the Law
- Jesus in Leviticus Part 6: Rules for Perfect Priests to be Right with God
- Jesus in Leviticus Part 7: Which Jewish Feasts are Tied to Jesus?
- Jesus in Leviticus Part 8: What is the Year of Jubilee?
- Jesus in Leviticus Finale: Obey God and be Blessed, Disobey and Face God’s Wrath
Next is Numbers (don’t worry, I skip around and only cover the important parts.)
If you’re not sure if you’re saved or not, if you truly want to be born again and have the assurance of salvation, receive the Holy Spirit, and get a 1-way, non-stop ticket to Heaven after you die, or that you won’t be left behind at the Rapture, which can happen at any moment, this is what you have to do…