We all know what it is to celebrate special occasions as families and as a nation. In Lev 23-25, Israel were commanded to rest, gather and worship God on special days, seasons and even years. For NT believers, these days point forward to coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. Col2 reminds us we are not…
In this message, we consider (a) a brief outline of the importance of blood, (b) its relation to place of worship and (c) how it impacts our diet. All of these things ultimately point us to the blood of Christ.
How is the Day of Atonement finally fulfilled at Calvary and Resurrection Sunday?
These four chapters outline various ways people can be unclean (e.g. leprosy or different bodily discharges). This means they can not come to worship God. Nevertheless, God provides a gracious way of cleansing ultimately pointing to Jesus’ blood which washes away all our uncleanness.
Why are some animals considered clean and others unclean? Given the abrogation of such food laws in Acts10-11 / Mark 7, how are these regulations applicable or relevant for NT believers?
How are we to worship a holy God? Can we do anything as long as it’s not forbidden? Or are there overarching principles from Scripture that determine our worship? In this sad tale of Nadab & Abihu, we are reminded that we are to worship God as He has determined.