Archive for October, 2009

Grace in Leviticus

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

Yeah, I was surprised too. I think that everyone (myself included) seems to think that the Old Testament is full of laws and legalism, and that Grace only came after Christ died. Well after reading today in Leviticus, I’ve decided to read the rest of the OT from a new perspective: One of grace. I’m […]

Old Testament

Friday, October 16th, 2009

So as I was reading Leviticus 14-15 this morning, learning all about the ceremonial laws concerning leprosy and “bodily discharges” (a kinda gross topic), I couldn’t help but think: So what can I glean from this passage? Surely this stuff isn’t directly applicable to my life, and I’ve never been one to squeeze out an […]


Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

I read from Galatians this morning (sort of a random decision on my part since I didn’t have my Bible that had my place marked), and was taught a thing or two about freedom from the law. It seems to me that this is a freedom to serve God, without being worried about each individual […]