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90 Day Challenge Day 8

Read Leviticus 1:1 – 14:32

If you are still reading, congratulations! You have finished the first two books of the Bible (64 are left) and Genesis is the longest book of the Bible.  Keep it up, you can do this. Leviticus is more difficult reading, don’t get bogged down.  Push through the next few days – skim if you must, just don’t give up.

Highlights

  • The Burnt Offering
  • The Grain Offering
  • The Peace Offering
  • The Sin Offering
  • The Trespass Offering
  • Consecration of the Priests
  • Offerings of the Priests
  • Nadab & Abihu; Eleazar & Ithamar
  • Dietary Laws
  • Laws concerning childbirth
  • Clean and Unclean with regard to people

Trivia Question: What was the sin of Nadab & Abihu?

One Response

  1. What I want to know after reading this, is, why was a woman unclean longer after the birth of a daughter than a son?

    In regards to the sins of Aaron’s sons Nadab and Abihu, they decided on their own to put fire and incense in their censers, which was in contradiction to God’s command. Leviticus is not that bad…liked reading about how you rip a bird’s head off before you place it on the altar.

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