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Mar 6, 2021

LEVITICUS 25:
Yesterday we heard about the seven important yearly celebrations of the Jewish religion. Then we heard about oil and bread for the tabernacle, and then there was the example of a law-breaker who was stoned to death for his crime of blasphemy.

PSALM 23:
Today we read the most famous psalm of all. My wife has...


Mar 5, 2021

LEVITICUS 23-24:
Yesterday we heard two chapters of regulations for the priests, all for the purpose of preserving their holiness. Again and again the Lord says, “I am the Lord”, emphasizing that, as He is holy, so the priests and the people of Israel must be holy.

PSALM 22:
We turn to a famous psalm today, Psalm 22....


Mar 4, 2021

LEVITICUS 21-22:
Yesterday we heard various laws that are for preserving the holiness of God's people, and various kinds of punishment for disobedience.

PSALM 21:
This poem is a companion to yesterday's, which was for the nation and the king in time of war. Today’s poem is the corresponding victory song.

Luke 14:
As we...


Mar 3, 2021

LEVITICUS 19-20:
Yesterday we learned about the rule that all sacrifices be done at the tabernacle, the prohibitions of eating anything containing animal blood, and forbidden sexual practices.

PSALM 20:
This is a prayer for the nation of Israel and their king, asking for national security in time of war.

LUKE 13:
In the...


Mar 2, 2021

LEVITICUS 17-18:
Yesterday we learned about regulations concerning uncleanness caused by bodily discharges of all kinds. Then we heard the procedures for the high priest to perform yearly on the day of atonement.

PSALM 19:
Today’s Psalm is a famous poem celebrating the heavens and God's creation, and secondly...