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Leviticus 5: When you’re guilty and you know it, raise your offering

Richard AgeeLeviticus 5 sounds very similar to Leviticus 4 in many ways. Both passages discuss unintentional violations of God’s commandments and sin offerings, but the “guilt offering” we’re looking at today is different. 

When you pray to God earnestly, you feel relieved that you can release those things that only God can hear, release them to Him and find relief. We don’t approach our High Priest with animals. We are God’s Temple. When we come to God with our sins, the High Priest brings His sacrifice and our repentance to God and we received God’s forgiveness. Without God’s Spirit increasing in us, we will not grow.

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Leviticus 1-3: Meanings of the burnt, grain and peace offerings

Richard AgeeThe entire book of Leviticus is about the function of Israel’s high priest. Yeshua is our High Priest, and as we study Leviticus, we learn more about what Yeshua is doing for us in God’s presence.

Leviticus 1-3 starts with instructions about how to give free will offerings to God. These are not offerings of punishment but offerings of gratitude and love of God. We also learn how the High Priest prepares and gives these offerings to God. We can see the New Testament fulfillment in Yeshua as we read through Hebrews 5.

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1st Kings 8: Chiastic teaching ties together messianic figures Moshe, David and Shlomo

Daniel AgeeIt would seem that there’s not much to say about this part of chapter 8. But if you read it closely, you’ll find something special.

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Offerings of Sukkot foreshadow God’s change of our hearts

Daniel AgeeSukkot day 1 — Symbolism of the various offerings for God’s appointed time of סֻכֹּת Sukkot (Tabernacles) reveals the changes of heart each person and ultimately all nations will bring to God on the Day of the LORD.

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