Category: 101: Moses

Deuteronomy 23 – 27

Deuteronomy 23 In reference to verse one below: Persons being excluded from assembling at the Holy Place in the presence of God because of physical  imperfections has a spiritual counterpart in that the willfully sinful and spiritually imperfect sinners will be excluded from the resurrection of the faithful; not being holy as God is holy, having no […]

Deuteronomy 7 – 12

Deuteronomy 7 Just as God caused Israel to destroy or drive many of the wicked Canaanites out of the Promised Land and then removed Israel for their sins; he will also severely correct modern physical and spiritual Israel for breaking the commandments of God.  What applies to physical Israel also applies to the spiritual Israel of the New Covenant; […]

Deuteronomy 1 – 6

The Fifth Book of Moses is: A WARNING to Judah and to ALL Israel; that the gift of the physical and ultimately the spiritual Promised Land and remaining in that Promised Land. was and is; entirely and totally CONDITIONAL on obedience to every Word of Almighty God! Because today’s Judah does not obey the commandments of God, they […]

Leviticus 27

Leviticus 27 Here the word “vow” is taken from the words  פָלָא pala a Special נֶדֶר neder Votive Offering.  This refers to a special votive offering which is generally a thank offering for a particular blessing which was received often due to a request made to God. Here God gives instructions on the amounts of  […]

Leviticus 26

Leviticus 26 Physical idols of stone are types of the idols that we have made of men and organizations. Anything that we obey instead of God’s Word is our idol: Anyone that we exalt as equal to or above God is our idol.  It is a gross sin to exalt the messenger above the God […]

Leviticus 25

Leviticus 25 The Land Sabbath Leviticus 25:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses in mount Sinai, saying, 25:2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, When ye come into the land which I give you, then shall the land keep a sabbath unto the LORD. The land is to have a complete […]

Leviticus 24

Leviticus 24 The command to make the seven branched lamp stand of the Menorah [think of the seven churches of Revelation 2-3] which would burn pure olive oil to light the court of the tabernacle/temple. The pure olive oil represents the Holy Spirit, the presence and use of which makes the faithful; the light of […]

Leviticus 21 – 22

Leviticus 21 The early called out are not and will not be priests of God until after the resurrection.  We are all now called to BECOME priests of God at the resurrection and we are to be hearers and learners of godliness until every blemish of sin is overcome.  It is when Christ resurrects the […]

Leviticus 20

Leviticus 20 In certain seasons of the year wicked people seeking to please their false gods sacrificed their children and threw them into a blazing fire before the idol of Moloch and various other idols.  The modern version of this practice of sacrificing our children is called abortion.  God expressly forbids this barbaric practice. There […]

Leviticus 16

Leviticus 16 is about the Day of Atonement and the explanations of these various types of uncleanness are leading up to the day of Atonement. This is not coincidence or accident.The Fast of Atonement post is contained in our Biblical Fall Festivals section and can be found at this link. The physical High Priest may […]

Leviticus 14 – 15

Leviticus 14 The cleansing of lepers Hyssop and two clean birds, pigeons or turtle doves [as the sacrificial birds for the poor] are to be brought to the priest by the healed leper. Hyssop a plant associated with soap and therefore was considered a cleansing agent.  Scarlet is the colour of blood, representative of the […]

Leviticus 13

Leviticus 13 Introduction The leper was unclean and could not enter the tabernacle / temple or be touched by anyone until he / she was made clean.  Biblical leprosy is not the same as today’s disease called leprosy, but any disfiguring disease of the skin was lumped together under the general heading of leprosy. The […]

Leviticus 11 – 12

Leviticus 11 God established the laws of clean and unclean as an object lesson to teach us that there is a difference between the holy and the profane. Living “unclean” animals are not unclean to touch and neither is the hair or wool sheared from living animals; it is the DEAD animals that are unclean […]

Leviticus 9 – 10

Leviticus 9 After their seven days of consecration in the tabernacle the priests were brought out on the Eighth Day.  The Eighth Day always represents a new beginning and the newly consecrated high priest was presented to the people on the Eighth Day, beginning the Mosaic Aaronic priesthood. The new priesthood then offered a Sin […]

Leviticus 7 – 8

Leviticus 7 Leviticus 7:1 Likewise this is the law of the trespass offering: it is most holy. 7:2 In the place where they kill the burnt offering shall they kill the trespass offering: and the blood thereof shall he sprinkle round about upon the altar.  7:3 And he shall offer of it all the fat […]

Leviticus 5 – 6

Leviticus 5 Leviticus 5:1 And if a soul sin, and [someone] hear the voice of swearing, and is a witness, whether he hath seen or known of it [if a person witness evil he is to declare it and not to keep the thing secret]; if he do not utter it [refuses to rebuke the […]

Leviticus 3 – 4

Leviticus 3  The Peace Offering All offerings are to be without blemish because blemishes and imperfections are representative of the imperfection of sin.  These offerings are to be without any blemish because the sacrificial animals represent the absolute purity from sin and all uncleanness of Jesus Christ the Lamb of God. 1 Peter 1: 18 […]

Leviticus 1 – 2

Introduction The Book of Genesis was written as a general history up to Jacob; Exodus is about the calling out from Egypt as an allegory of a calling out from bondage to Satan and sin. Leviticus is instructions for the priesthood and Levites and for the New Covenant faithful who are all called to become […]