Aaron and his sons lay hands on the bull - Lev. 8:14

Recap of major themes in the book of Leviticus

The book of Leviticus is not written in chronological order but in thematic order. God may also repeat a point several times as an emphasis on that particular point.

Thought questions

What is the minhach offering? What does it mean to reserve a portion of the minhach offering as a  memorial offering (Strong’s lexicon No. 234, azkarah)? (Leviticus 2:16)

What is a guilt offering?

How does a veil symbolize “something that must be torn apart”?

What is the “profane fire” that the two sons of Aaron brought?

How are we “clean” or “unclean” (Leviticus 11-14)? Why are “clean” and “unclean” foods important?

Why can’t we bring animal sacrifices to God at our homes (Leviticus 17:3-4)? What is the Torah penalty for doing so?

Are we supposed to be off the world or out of this world?

What did Yeshua tell us is the greatest law? How does Leviticus explain this law?

How does refraining from vengeance help “complete the law”?

What kind of Sabbath is God talking about in Leviticus 25?

Who is our “nearest of kin” when we have a problem?

Is “Uncle Sam” our nearest of kin?

Will this law be the law of the land after Yeshua’s second coming?

Why is Leviticus 26 such a difficult chapter?

What are the blessings God gives for obedience? What are the consequences of disobedience?

Speaker: Richard Agee

Banner image: “Aaron and his sons laid their hands upon the head of the bullock.” Leviticus 8:14. Public domain drawing via BreadSite.org.


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