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90 Day Challenge Day 9

Read Leviticus 14:33 – 26:26


  • Cleansing of Houses
  • Discharges from men & women (yes, weird…)
  • Atonement
  • Laws concerning sacrifices, blood, sexual sins
  • Laws of social order
  • Penalties for worshipping Molech, consulting spirits and cursing parents
  • Penalties for sexual sins
  • Laws concerning Priests
  • The Sabbath, Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits
  • Pentecost, Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Tabernacles
  • Oil for the Lamps, The Showbread
  • Law of the Name of God
  • Law of the Sabbath Year, Year of Jubilee
  • Obedience and Disobedience

Trivia Question: What was the OT punishment for cursing your parents?

2 Responses

  1. This was a hard reading to understand…not sure why you could not mix your fibers when wearing clothes. When I tried to research it on the internet, this passage was referenced as proof that we don’t follow everything in Leviticus, and therefore, homosexuality was not a sin, either. I guess this is what Steve meant by saying, “Don’t get bogged down with Leviticus,” and will just keep reading.

    In the “old days”, if you were to curse your parents, you would be put to death.

    1. I think probably they were used to distinguish the Israelites from the surrounding nations, maybe…just a guess. It is a weird restriction.

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