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Leviticus Bible Study – Lesson #3

Lesson 3:  Leviticus 4 thru Leviticus 6:1-7      

Read Leviticus 4:1-35

The sin offering (Heb., hattã’th) was appointed for a redeemed people. It does not speak of a sinner coming to the Lord for salvation, but of an Israelite, in covenant relationship with the Lord, seeking forgiveness. It has to do with sins committed unconsciously or unintentionally.  See 1 John 1:5-10.

The offering itself: There were different grades of offerings, depending upon the person who sinned: The anointed priest—that is, the high priest, if he by sinning brought guilt on the people (Lev. 4:3)—brought a young bull without blemish; the whole congregation (Lev. 4:13) brought a young bull also; a ruler (Lev. 4:22)  brought a kid of the goats, a male without blemish; an ordinary person (Lev. 4:27) brought a female goat, without blemish (Lev. 4:28), or a female sheep, without blemish (Lev. 4:32). (The Hebrew wording here indicates full-grown animals.) Continue Reading Here

Book Of Genesis – Lesson #3

Lesson 3:  Genesis Chapter 3

Importance of Genesis chapter 3

Those who study the Bible in a serious way sometimes refer to the Law of First Mention. It’s not so much a law, really, as a common principle in the Scriptures. If you select an important biblical word or concept you’ll find that its first biblical appearance sets the tone for all the depth of meaning that will emerge throughout the Scriptures.  We go on to find many new understandings and many variations on the theme, but “the first cut is the deepest”; the First Mention gives us the essential picture. Continue Reading Here