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 The Voice of Jesus Blood by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Jesus Blood
Scripture(s): Genesis 9:4,Leviticus 17:11,Deuteronomy 12:23  
Description: All life is God’s Life and all Life is in the Blood. When innocent blood is spilled -- like Abel’s -- it cries out to God and God hears its voice. When Jesus came to earth, the sin of man’s spilling of blood ran in His holy veins. But Christ’s Blood cries out to the Father in our behalf because His is the Blood of the ultimate sacrifice for our sins, not the blood of a murdered man.
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 Passing Under the Rod by David Wilkerson

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Leviticus 27:32, Ezekiel 20:33-40  
Description: This is a message that will bring everyone that believes in Pentecost, under the rod. From the "Call to Repentance" conference in Tifton, Ga. in 1986. This sermon is from Ezek 20:33-40 and Ezek chapters 8-9, and examines the promise of God's judgment -- and his protection of those who "sigh and groan over all the abominations being committed in [Zion's] midst."
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 Leviticus by Zac Poonen

Topic: Leviticus
Scripture(s): Leviticus  
Description: Leviticus is one of the most difficult books to study and get something for the heart, but Zac labors to get at the heart of God : holiness. The offerings all provide great insights into not only the death of Jesus Christ but His spotless life. The book is peppered with warnings against hypocritical imitation, improper judging, and encouragements to be filled with the Holy Spirit.
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 The Solemn Side Of Worship by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Worship
Scripture(s): Leviticus 10:1-71  
Description: nil
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 False Fire by Ronald Glass

Topic: Revival
Scripture(s): Leviticus 9:22-24, Leviticus 10:1-3  
Description: nil
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 (Through The Bible) Leviticus 1-10 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Leviticus 1-10  
Description: Christ was more then our sin offering but also our sweets savor offerings. There were 3 basic sweet savor offerings, burnt offering, meal offering and the peace offering. There were 2 sin offerings, one the sin offering and 2nd the trespass offering. An offering needs to be our of our own free will. To return to fellowship with God is in our volition. The laying on of the hands is the symbol of the animal taking the place of ourselves and we transfer our sins to it in the old covenant. The blood of goats and rams really never forgave the sins but rather covered them. But with Jesus our sins have been put away not just covered. The purpose of all the sacrifices and the covenant is so that we can have relationship and oneness with God. This fellowship needs obedience to have agreement with God. God created man with the purpose of fellowship and man disobeyed and was alienated from God and God determined to restore that fellowship. The animals only covered the sins for a time and brought partial fellowship with God. But it pointed forward to that time when God would send his own son as a lamb without spot or blemish before God.
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 The Burnt Offering by Roy Hession

Topic: Burnt Offering
Scripture(s): Genesis 22:7-8, Hebrews 11:17-19, Leviticus 1:3-4  
Description: Here in Genesis we read of the Lord testing Abrahams faith, which is confirmed in Hebrews 11. Isaac was to be the burnt offering which would produce a sweet smelling savour to the Lord, we see him here in the place of the lamb that bows his head instead of stiffening his neck. Pastor Hession shows there are 3 key sayings in these verses, 1: Where is the Lamb? when we are stubborn and self willed where are the lamb like qualities in us that marked the life of our Lord? 2: God will provide Himself a Lamb, this He did in the form of his Son, the Lord Jesus, Who was the only One Who could offer up a sweet smelling savour to God. 3: He shall be accepted for Him, here is the wonder of His substitution for us that God credits to us the sweet savour that ascended up from Calvary.
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 The Beard, its Historical and Biblical Significance by John Weaver

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Scripture(s): Leviticus 21:1-6  
Description: Does the Scripture speak to every area of life? We believe it does. Pastor Weaver expounds the biblical principles concerning male facial hair. Also the historical record of the significance of this visual separation of the sexes and symbol of male headship is fully explored. This is probably something you have never considered. Ask the LORD to open your heart to the truth He has for you in this message.
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 (Through The Bible) Leviticus 11-15 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Leviticus 11-15  
Description: If we hearken diligently to the Lord our God then blessed will be our body, flocks, lands etc. That was the promise of God to Jews in the old covenant. God has given us certain spiritual laws and if we obey them we will be blessed. But if we do not listen or obey Gods words then we will be cursed. Joshua was exhortated the mediate on the book of the law day and night and his way was going to be prosperous. It is not just having the law but rather doing the law that will bring the blessing. The Lord is interested in our health and diet. We cannot be eating a lot of junk food and expect God to bless us with a healthy body. God is interested in good nuturion. The foods that God dis-allowed in Leviticus was because they were foods that were unhealthy and unsafe for the people of Israel. God gives a list and parts of the beasts that they could eat. The animals had to pass over the 3 things the Lord said it had to be able to do, had a hoofed foot, chews the cud, etc. There was controversy over the rabbit chewing the cud. But recently it was found out that they actually do chew the cud. In wild rabbit it is dangerous because they carry some fevers such as yellow fever. Pork needs to be cooked very well so we don’t get sick from it so God was just trying to take care of the people of Israel.
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 (Through The Bible) Leviticus 16-20 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Leviticus 16-20  
Description: God said to the people that they are not to go to the Holy of Holies or they will die. Only Aaron was to go into the Holy of Holies on the Day of Atonement. He has to kill about 35 animals and also bath 5 times in the rituals to offer for his own sins and for the people of Israel. All of this is looking forward to Jesus Christ in symbolism. Jesus Christ did not annually come to offer sacrifices but rather did it once and sat down at the right hand of God. These were all a shadow of things to come but Jesus Christ is the Substance! All the other sacrifices are Shadows of Jesus Christ. The High Priest Aaron took 2 goats one to the Lord and one for the scapegoat. On YumKippur he did this and this was an annual event. He came into the presence of God manifested on the mercy seat. This is the law of God for sin. God forbids any eating of blood because it is the blood that makes the atonement for the soul. Though the Jews observe YumKippur yet how do they have forgiveness of sins? The answer they say is the day of reflection. The hope and purpose is that the good out weighs the evil. Through blood sacrifices there is remission of sin so without these offerings you cannot just act good to be in fellowship with God.
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 (Through The Bible) Leviticus 21-24 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Leviticus 21-24  
Description: The Priest had a 2-fold function, to stand before God for the people. And then stand before the people in the stead of God. If you touched a dead body you could not enter into the tabernacle. The priest could only touch the bodies of the immediate family or else they would be defiled. Also they were not to make baldness on their heads, some people used to make vows by shaving the head. I am the Lord that sanctifies you that is Holy, that was how God revealed Himself to the priests. If any man had a blemish he could not be a priest and approach God, so there were physical disqualifications for approaching God in the Old Covenant. You are not to offer to God any animal that had a blemish, God did not want the cast off’s. I will sacrifice to God something that costs me anything-said David in reference to the threshing floor story. We want to give of our surplus. In giving to God in freewill always, and always the best. Honoring God and showing our love to God giving God the best we have is important indeed.
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 (Through The Bible) Leviticus 25-27 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Leviticus 25-27  
Description: Every seventh year you let what grows up just eat that. God said if you do this in the sixth year leaving the land it will be a triple crop so it will carry over to the 8th year. One day if a person who studies land and agriculture will realize that if you leave the land for 1 year every 7 years it will help the land be more plentiful. Letting the ground rest for 1 year what a concept. Chuck Smith is certain this is a physical law of God and it is true. God sent Israel into Babylon because they would not give the land rest, so God sent them for Babylon for 70 years to let the land rest. Let the land grow wildly so that there are servants and poor people that could eat from the land. Every 50 years it was the year of jubilee, all depts. And mortgages were cancelled and all slaves set free. It is like Pentecost, a special year of jubilee. The various laws of redemption are given in these chapters. We in the new covenant are redeemed in Christ but in the Old Covenant, the slaves in the 7th year was set free. We are less then years away from 6000 years of slavery to sin. There is a 1000 year millennium coming.
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 Annointing Of Oil by Svend Christensen

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Scripture(s): Leviticus 14  
Description: nil
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 (1 Samuel) David on the Decline by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 21 1-9, Leviticus 24:5-9  
Description: David is on the run from king Saul, he is afraid, hasnt eaten or slept properly for days, he is confused and had just had to bid farewell to his closest friend Jonathan, but it was here that the Lord would train David to be a king. David goes to the tabernacle of God at Nob, to Ahimelech the priest, this was th right thing to for David to do to go to the house of the Lord. But when he is asked what is going on by Ahimelech David lies to him several times in order to protect himself and maybe also Ahimelech from Saul. David asks the priest for food, and all that is available is the shew bread which was used in the tabernacle to symbolize how the Lord desires to have fellowship with us. So Ahimelech gives David the shewbread even though it was usually eaten by the priests, this shows that serving a human need is of greater importance than observing priestly traditions. Does the Edomite, a servant of Saul was there and witnessed what was happening. Finally David asks for a weapon from Ahimelech and he gioves him Goliaths sword, which David takes, the Lord was probably reminding David that the last time he held that sword he won a great victory as he was in the will of God and didn't need to resort to the flesh to deliver him.
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 The Quarrel of God's Covenant by Carter Conlon

Topic: God's Covenant
Scripture(s): Leviticus 26:25  
Description: May 29,2005 - God gives a warning to Israel and the same warning can be applied to us today. If you take lightly the Lord’s presence and if you begin to dabble in and out of obedience and disobedience so that you develop a warped sense of what it means to walk with Him – God said He will have a quarrel with us. The scripture says that two cannot walk together unless they agree. God is not required to agree with us but we are required to agree with Him.
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 Our Nation’s Sexual Sins (3) by Albert N. Martin

Topic: Sexual Sin
Scripture(s): Proverbs 14:34, Romans 1:18-32, Leviticus 18:1-30  
Description: Our Nation is in serious spiritual need but in God's word, the Bible, we find answers to our moral and social problems as a nation. Sadly these days, our Nation is marked not only by an unrestrained and unashamed abandonment to sensuality but also by the putrid sin of sexual perversion. What is called sexual orientation and an alternative lifestyle today, God has always called an abomination, which he visits with severe judgment but from which he offers salvation. In this message from God's Word to our Nation, we hear God's rebuke and denunciation for our nation's aggravated moral sins and a call to repentance and prayer. There is cleansing in the blood of Christ for all of our sexual sins. 1 Corinthians 6:9-11


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 Life of Elijah - Part 4 by Major Ian Thomas

Topic: Elijah
Scripture(s): Isaiah 32:17, Leviticus 16:3, Ezekiel 16:44  
Description: This Elijah series is an excellent study on the life of Elijah. We see the blessings from his obedience and the results of his disobedience. A perfect example for each of us to apply to our daily lives.
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 Jesus As The Lamb by Roy Hession

Topic: Lamb Of God
Scripture(s): Genesis 22, Leviticus 1  
Description: "Where is the lamb for the burnt offering?" asks Roy Hession. We may often be more like a lion or a tiger than a submissive lamb of brokenness and Calvary love as the Lord Jesus, but we can be assured that Jesus as our Lamb has been accepted on our behalf. Revell Hession shares an encouraging message to those who may have gotten out of the way of the Lord. NOTE: The last 20 minutes of audio is poor quality.
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 Feasts Of Jehovah Passover by William MacDonald

Topic: Passover
Scripture(s): Leviticus 23  
Description: nil
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 Feasts Of Jehovah Unleavened Bread by William MacDonald

Topic: Jewish Feasts
Scripture(s): Leviticus 23:4-8  
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