Leviticus 25 is one of the chapters in the Bible that demonstrates how differently we see life than the way God suggested it should be for his people.
How does the Bible picture society?
Why sex matters, why it doesn’t have a life of its own, and why sex is not the only thing that matters.
How do you get right with God? How does God allow his justice and love to sit side by side?
Neil shares some thoughts about why we’re looking at Leviticus in our Sunday services at the moment.
The lists of purity in Leviticus seem totally at odds with all that we experience now.
The priests were given clothes that set them apart, and then given a task of representing God to people and people to God. We have become that people for the sake of the world.
In this sermon Neil explores the significance of the sacrifices in Leviticus – God expects people to mess up, but gives them a way out of the mess!
During January – February we will be tackling some of the major themes in the book of Leviticus in the sermons.
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