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Leviticus 6:1-30 (The Mediator’s Duties, Part I)

May 21, 2017   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Leviticus, Leviticus (written), Old Testament, Sermons, Torah, Torah (written)  //  No Comments

Leviticus 6:1-30

The Mediator’s Duties, Part I

The book of Leviticus gives lots and lots (and lots) of rules for the priests to follow. And when speaking of the duties of the high priest, it will often note that the same duties will devolve to the next high priest who is anointed to assume the duties of the previous high priest.Read the rest

Leviticus 5:1-19 (The Trespass Offering)

May 14, 2017   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Leviticus, Leviticus (written), Old Testament, Sermons, Torah, Torah (written)  //  No Comments

Leviticus 5:1-19
The Trespass Offering

Have you ever been pulled over for speeding and had no idea you were 10 miles an hour over the posted speed limit? Since you had gotten onto the road, there was no speed limit sign. And it just happens that the last sign was posted one road BEFORE you turned onto it.Read the rest

Leviticus 4:13-35 (The Sin Offering, Part II)

May 7, 2017   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Leviticus, Leviticus (written), Old Testament, Sermons, Torah, Torah (written)  //  No Comments

Leviticus 4:13-35
The Sin Offering, Part II

For as long as 3000 years, there has been in India what we would call the Caste system. The word is actually derived from the Portuguese word casta which means “race, breed, lineage” and the like. That was derived from an earlier concept meaning “pure” or “unmixed.”

The actual words used to describe the Caste system are Varna and Jati (Jaytee).Read the rest

Leviticus 4:1-12 (The Sin Offering, Part I)

Apr 30, 2017   //   by Charlie Garrett   //   Leviticus, Leviticus (written), Old Testament, Sermons, Torah, Torah (written)  //  No Comments

Leviticus 4:1-12
The Sin Offering, Part I

There is an elderly gentleman who comes to 7-11 many mornings while I’m working there. He’s a really nice guy, and after seeing me working for several months, he came up and got friendly with me as many people eventually do. They realize I’m not just bum sorting through the garbage, but rather, I’m the guy picking up and taking out the garbage.Read the rest

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