2 Samuel 23:1-24:25

We can depend on God. That’s one of the many lessons we learn as we travel the pages of 2 Samuel chapters 23 and 24 and hear the final words of King David.

Leviticus 27:1-34

Our last stop in Leviticus teaches the importance of voluntary devotion to God. In verse 28, we learn that “every devoted thing is most holy unto the LORD.” In other words, when you make a promise to God, He regards it as holy. He loves you that much. We end our study of this book full of laws with this uplifting, revitalizing promise: God’s grace is enough.

Leviticus 26:1-46

In Leviticus 26, God reminds His people to remember His faithfulness to them and all He brought them through. Many times they forgot, and they faced problems because of it. Dr. McGee encourages us to remember God is faithful to fulfill His promises to us in the past, present, and future.

Leviticus 25:1-55

Throughout the Bible, the holy number seven shows up to signify wholeness or completeness. Every seven years, God’s people were to have a Year of Jubilee as a symbol of the grace, freedom, and completeness we find in Christ. In Leviticus 25, Dr. McGee helps us get to know Jesus Christ as our Kinsman-Redeemer, our Provider, and our Freedom.

Leviticus 24:1-23

Christ keeps you shining in a dark, hopeless world. In Leviticus 24, we’ll see the most beautiful picture of Christ in the Tabernacle—the lampstand. Learn how Christ is the only true Light of the World and how He keeps us shining so we can share His light with others who need it.

Leviticus 23:15-44

We left off in Leviticus 23 studying the holy holidays and seasons. Follow along as Dr. McGee continues teaching about these glorious celebrations and how they ultimately point to eternity. As part of Christ’s royal priesthood, we will get to celebrate one of these special seasons in the new Millennium—the Season of Tabernacles.

Leviticus 23:1-14

It’s time to celebrate! In Leviticus 23, God ordained holy holidays and seasons for the people of Israel. From joyful feasts and fellowships to days of rest and reflection, learn about all the ways God wanted His people to remember His goodness and love for them.

Leviticus 21:1-22:33

Did you know that, if you’re saved, you’re considered a priest? In Israel, the high priest was the only one with access to the Holy of Holies. Dr. McGee uses the laws for the priests in Leviticus 21 and 22 to point us to the New Testament, where the church is called a royal priesthood. Learn more about our divine calling to go to the world and preach the gospel as His royal priesthood.

Leviticus 20:1-27

God possesses every completely good attribute, and no one attribute of Him can diminish another. This wholeness is hard for our human minds to fathom. Today, we’ll learn more about the beginning of capital punishment when God’s holiness and righteousness require Him to enact justice. Discover how a loving, gracious God must also be a lawful, orderly God.

Leviticus 19:1-37

Imagine if we loved and protected everyone in our lives as much as we loved and protected ourselves. In Leviticus 19, God goes into great depth regarding how His people are supposed to interact with each other. While this chapter is full of “thou shall nots,” we can find hope in the presence of the Holy Spirit and trust that He will guide us in how to love and protect each other better.

Leviticus 18:1-30

God goes over the seventh commandment with His people, and He sets clear boundaries regarding sexual immorality. In Leviticus 18, we are reminded of what is good in God’s eyes, what is wicked in His eyes, and how this commandment still applies to us today. Join us as Dr. McGee encourages us to “make our business His business.”

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