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    Day 41

    Questions to guide your study

    Leviticus 24–25, Psalm 81, Hebrews 9


    Leviticus 24 - Why does blasphemy come with the death penalty?


    Leviticus 25 - What is the lesson to be learned from the year of jubilee and the sabbath year?


    Psalm 81 - What happens when we don't listen to God (have idols)?


    Hebrews 9 - According to this chapter why will Christ return?

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      ReadBinge The Bible
      Day 40

      Questions to guide your study

      Leviticus 21–23, Hebrews 8


      Leviticus 21-23 Why does God distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable? What feasts do we as Christians uphold (Christmas & Thanksgiving)?


      Hebrews 8 - What is the new covenant and how is it superior?

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        KBC Slides
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        ReadBinge The Bible
        Day 39

        Questions to guide your study

        Leviticus 19–20, Hebrews 7


        Leviticus 19 - What do the laws God reveals here show about what is truly important?


        Leviticus 20 - Why are mediums/psychics/necromancers forbidden and given the death penalty?


        Hebrews 7 - What is the significance of the order of Melchizadek? How is Christ superior to Aaron and the Levitical order?

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          Day 38

          Questions to guide your study

          Leviticus 15–18, Psalm 31, Hebrews 6


          Leviticus 15 - This chapter has to deal with things that cause physical impurity. What spiritual lessons are we to learn from this?


          Leviticus 16 - What are we to learn that only the high priest can enter the holy of holies and only on the day of atonement. Why is the blood be carried outside of the camp significant? (Consider where Christ was flogged and where He was crucified.)


          Leviticus 17 - Why is eating blood forbidden? (Pagans in that time viewed drinking blood as a way of absorption of a person's life force and attributes.


          Leviticus 18 - Of these categories of sexually forbidden laws why is child sacrifice to Molech included? Is there a connection to abortion?


          Psalm 31 - Why was David in sorrow? How did his sorrow affect his relationship with God? How does it affect yours?


          Hebrews 6 - What does it mean in vv 4-6 regarding crucifying Christ again? (This is not speaking of losing salvation)


          From the Macarthur Study Bible -


          With full revelation they rejected the truth, concluding the opposite of the truth about Christ, and thus had no hope of being saved. They can never have more knowledge than they had when they rejected it. They have concluded that Jesus should have been crucified, and they stand with his enemies. There is no possibility of these verses referring to losing salvation. Many Scripture passages make unmistaka bly clear that salvation is eternal (cf.  Jn 10:27–29Ro 8:353839Php 1:61Pe 1:45 ). Those who want to make this verse mean that believers can lose salvation will have to admit that it would then also say that one could never get it back again.

          1. Baptism

            Exciting News!

            Today we witnessed Gavin Riley getting baptized. It is such a blessing to watch someone grow from attending kid's club to placing their faith in Christ and get baptized. We sang Victory in Jesus after his baptism!

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              February 21st Slides
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              ReadBinge The Bible
              Day 37

              Questions to guide your study

              Leviticus 12–14, Psalm 111, Hebrews 5


              Leviticus 12 - What is the reason for a woman becoming unclean at childbirth? (What lesson do we learn from needing to be clean regarding holiness? This unclean is not related to any sin of the woman's part.)


              Leviticus 13 & 14 - Why does God give direction on leprosy?


              Psalm 111 - What does this Psalm teach about God's character?


              Hebrews 5 - Why is it essential that a minister is called by God? What is the difference between the order of Melchizadek and the Levitical Priesthood? Why is discernment a sign of maturity? Based on your time as a Christian should you be farther along than you are? (Are you able to handle the meat and potatoes or are you still preferring the fast-food menu?)

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                ReadBinge The Bible
                Day 36

                Questions to guide your study

                Leviticus 8–11, Psalm 110, Hebrews 4


                Leviticus 8 - Why did God wait for the tabernacle to be built before ordaining and establishing the priesthood? What is the purpose of ordination?


                Leviticus 9 - What is the glory of the Lord? What did the presence of the glory of the Lord signify?


                Leviticus 10 - Why is the offering of unauthorized or strange fire deserving of such a severe punishment? What does it say about the seriousness of the priesthood?


                Leviticus 11 - What is the lesson God is trying to get across with clean and unclean food?


                Psalm 110 - Verse 1 starts with Yahweh (God's Proper name) said to my Adonai (Means Lord, used of God but also a title for a master or king) What does this indicate for the rest of the Psalm?


                Hebrews 4 - What would rest signify to the Jewish listeners? (Think of the history in the wilderness) Why is Jesus as our sinless high priest so important?