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Week 8 Day 7

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Week 8: Day 7

What a great week of readings!

We focused on what was “unclean” (meaning “unfit for God’s presence” rather that “unhealthful”) in a variety of ways. This was summarized by Jesus: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Leviticus 19-18; Mark 12:31

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Week 8 Day 5

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Week 8: Day 5

Today’s readings are Leviticus 26-27 and Numbers 1-2.

Questions:
-Do you have a hardened heart in any area of your life?
-Do you know someone who is hardening his or her heart toward God?

Action:
-Pray for yourself and that person, asking God to grant the grace of a softened heart toward him.

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Week 8 Day 4

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Week 8: Day 4

Today’s reading is Leviticus 23-25.

Questions:
-How are you experiencing rest, liberation, and celebration in your life?
-What patterns in your life and the lives of those around you discourage rest, freedom, and celebration?

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Week 8 Day 2

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Week 8: Day 2

Today’s reading is Leviticus 15-18.

Questions:
-Read Mark 5:24-34 in light of Leviticus 15:25-30. What does the incident of Jesus healing the woman tell us about him?
-What are the implications for your life?

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Week 8 Day 1

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Week 8

This week we will continue with Act 2, scene 3. As you read this week, watch for an emphasis on the holiness of God and for ways holiness shapes the behavior of God’s people toward him and toward one another.

Week 8: Day 1
Today’s reading is Leviticus 11-14.

Action:
-Identify laws that emphasize Israel’s separation to God.

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Southern Seminary – Honest Answers: Are all sins equal

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*Access: This video is in English with the addition of American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and English captions.

Ever wonder if some sins are worse than others? Find the answer here.

You can find the original video HERE.

Stephen J. Wellum is professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and editor of The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology.

For more information on Southern Seminary, be sure to check out sbts.edu

Special thanks to The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for graciously letting us translate their material into sign language for the deaf to enjoy and benefit from.

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Week 7: Day 7

What a great week of readings!

The readings about the tabernacle have shown us that the way people worship God really matters to him. Remember that God’s people were to be separate (therefore having a different lifestyle) from others.

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