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  • Introduction & The Burnt Offering Series

    Contributed by Todd Stiles on Jan 12, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    Many of us have struggled to find meaning in the book of Leviticus. During this 16-week series we will look at why this book of the Old Testament is important to New Testament believers, and how our connection with this book should be as familiar as a vis

  • The Substitute

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Apr 14, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    The Ultimate Sacrifice, “The Lamb Of God”

    The Substitute Leviticus 1:1-9 There are many people when they read are hear about the millions of animal sacrifices that were offered to God, don’t understand that they were a type, or were pointing to, the ultimate Sacrifice, “The Lamb Of God” that was to be slain more

  • A Picutre Of Jesus As Our Sacrifice For Sin

    Contributed by Dennis Selfridge on Jun 14, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    What Christ has done for us that we are His children

    A PICUTRE OF JESUS AS OUR SACRIFICE FOR SIN Leviticus 1:1-9 We have many times in the Bible that we are given Word pictures to help us understand. Jesus referred to Himself as “The Light of the world”, “The True Vine,” The Bread of Life”, and t he Good Shepherd.” He used Word pictures in His more

  • Jesus Our Perfect Sacrifice

    Contributed by Ralph Juthman on Nov 3, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    This is a sermon preached on communion sunday.

  • Come And See

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Jul 21, 2003
    based on 65 ratings

    Today as we survey the book of Leviticus we will discover that Leviticus is in deed, a relevant book for Christians even today and that it is a book abounding in great teachings.

  • Worship Defined

    Contributed by Sue Richard on Mar 21, 2003
    based on 12 ratings

    Leviticus 1 provides a model of what God requires of our worship today.

    WORSHIP DEFINED The book of Leviticus begins with the Lord summoning Moses, (a strong verb in Hebrew). God authoritatively called him into the tent of meeting because he had important instructions to give him. The first seven chapters of Leviticus is the document of more

  • The Most Boring Book Of The Bible

    Contributed by Glenn Robinson on Aug 20, 2002
    based on 31 ratings

    This sermon shows how the Book of Leviticus comes to life when we understand that it portrays the coming Christ on every page.

    The most boring book of the Bible - unless you see Christ. Christ is on every page of Leviticus. It shows us what God is like in His Son - Howard’s theme. Themes of Lev. : 1) God is speaking - 35X “The Lord spake...” Lev 1:1 And the LORD called unto Moses, and spake unto him out of more

  • My All Is On The Altar

    Contributed by Norm Beckett on Sep 10, 2001
    based on 71 ratings

    How our offerings are pleasing to the Lord!

    MY ALL IS ON THE ALTAR “And the priest is to burn all of it on the altar” (Leviticus 1: 9). The sacrificial system of the Old Testament seems so far removed from us today. We are probably very thankful that the slaughter of bullocks, sheep, goats, doves or pigeons is not part of our more

  • The Christ Of Leviticus

    Contributed by Maurice Brown on Mar 15, 2001
    based on 114 ratings

    These five offerings remind us of what Christ has done for us in offering Himself on the cross.

    INTRODUCTION A. Key question: How can sinful humans worship a holy God? 1. The answer for the Jew was found in this book - Levitcus 2. In Genesis, we see humanity ruined by the fall 3. In Exodus we see God’s chosen people redeemed from more

  • The Substitute

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Dec 31, 2000
    based on 97 ratings

    The sacrificial system points to God’s desire to save his people, the seriousness of our sin and God’s willingness to forgive. Tying the OT sacrificial system to the sacrifice of Christ.