Leviticus is a book of law that demonstrates a concern with many different aspects of daily life.

It contains detailed laws regulating the offering of sacrifices, the duties of priests, the liturgical calendar, the sexual, dietary, and economic practices of the Israelites, and many other issues of ritual and moral holiness. Set at Mount Sinai in the time before the wilderness wanderings, Leviticus offers the children of Israel instructions on how to live as a people set apart by God, a people called to “be holy, for I the LORD your God am holy” (19:2).

Rich Jones - Associate Pastor
Speaker Rich Jones — Associate Pastor

Weekend Messages

Leviticus 22:29-33 Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart 11/26/2017 View