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Money matters | Leviticus 25

Leviticus 25 – Money matters

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. The Year of Jubilee offered a completely different economic model for his people to live by. It was one that took into account both Justice and Mercy in a brilliant weaving together that enabled people to live responsibly and yet with hope for the periods of life when things go really wrong. I love the central teaching that once in every lifetime everyone had the chance to start again.  And I love the fact that Jesus picks up on that theme for his disciples. If you want to read some helpful materials on this theme you can find some here: ...
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Society matters | Leviticus 19

Leviticus 19 – Society matters

How does the Bible picture society – how do we care for the weakest? How does Jesus push this even further – how do we put this into action? ...
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Leviticus 18 | Sex matters

Leviticus 18 – Sex matters

So this is who you can’t sleep with. A long list of who’s out of bounds for you… Why sex matters, why it doesn’t have a life of its own, and why sex is not the only thing that matters. Download Neil's PowerPoint slides Some additional resources you may find helpful on this topic. ...
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Leviticus 16 | The Day of Atonement - one day like this!

Leviticus 16 – The Day of Atonement – One day like this!

How do you get right with God? How does God allow his justice and love to sit side by side? Download Neil's PowerPoint slides ...
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Leviticus 11-15 | A holy people living in their real world

Leviticus 11-15 – A holy people living in their real world

The lists of purity in Leviticus seem totally at odds with all that we experience now.
  • Why did God tell them what to eat and what not to eat?
  • How does it make sense in the light of Jesus’ interpretations and in the light of Peter’s vision?
  • What is unclean and how do we deal with it now?
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Leviticus 8-10 | An anointed people

Leviticus 8-10 – An anointed people

The priests were given clothes that set them apart, and then given a task of representing God to people and people to God, and they couldn't choose how they should do it according to their own whims or fancies, nor could they leave their post. The reflection in the New Testament, particularly in 1 Peter, is that we have become that people for the sake of the world – and we are set apart, can’t duck the responsibilities, and have to minister in the way Jesus would. Download Neil's PowerPoint slides ...
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Leviticus 1-7 | Sacrifice

Leviticus 1-7 – Sacrifice

The book of Leviticus begins with a series of sacrifices – in particular the practicalities of how to prepare them. In this sermon I explore the significance of the sacrifices – God expects people to mess up, but gives them a way out of the mess! The care that they have to take reflects the care taken in the life and death of Jesus – the sacrifice that allows us to live freely with God as his holy people – for the sake of the world. Download Neil's PowerPoint slides ...
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