Bible Text: Leviticus 26:1-13 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: The Beauty of Holiness | A general principle in life is that we reap what we sow, but that is not always the case in this fallen world. The hope that we have is that all the blessings that are promised in the scriptures will come to fruition in the new heavens and the new earth. But the same is truth for those who have not turned to Jesus, the curse of everlasting punishment.
Bible Text: Leviticus 23:1-14 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: The Beauty of Holiness | The Old Testament feasts were a fore-shadowing of what Jesus would do and they remind of us the kindness of God to work hard and rest well.
Bible Text: Leviticus 11:41-47 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: The Beauty of Holiness | God had marked certain things as unclean and if man had contact with these things it would make them unclean. This was done so that God's people would be set apart, it was a sign of them identifying with God. Because of the greatness of Jesus there is no longer a distinction between clean and unclean, but all are Holy in Him.
Bible Text: Leviticus 9:7-23 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: The Beauty of Holiness | The Priests in Israel had the most important and yet the most dangerous job. They were responible for offering sacrifices for themselves and before the people and failure to fulfil God's requirements for sin resulted in death. Fortunately for us new covenant believers Jesus dealt with our sins so that we are now priests that have direct access to God and may approach him boldly.
Bible Text: Leviticus | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: The Beauty of Holiness | The sacrificial system for the Israelites was not simply about blood offerings for sin, but also gifts of praise to God and enjoying fellowship with God and one another.
Preacher: David Jackson | Series: The Beauty of Holiness | The Book of Leviticus is the first that Orthodox Jews teach their children. They do this to teach them about their uncleanness before God because of their sin. Leviticus explains how the Jews could approach a Holy God, a shadow of the work that Jesus would do upon the cross.