Overview Questions: 1. Know in detail the chiastic outline of Leviticus. (Ask someone if you joined the bible study late) 2. Know by memory the five major offerings given in the first five chapters of Leviticus and how it was fulfilled in Christ in the New Testament. 3. What did you learn about God through the study of Leviticus? 4. What did you learn about yourself through the study of Leviticus? 5. What did you learn about the gospel through the study of Leviticus?
Leviticus Bible Study – Lesson 28
Overview Study of Leviticus
November 28, 2018 • Pastor Peter Kim
Leviticus Bible Study – Lesson 27
November 14, 2018 • Pastor Peter Kim
Study Questions: 1. What is the primary purpose of the laws of valuation of various things and people in this chapter? 2. Do these valuations teach that certain people are more valuable in God’s eyes? 3. What is the distinction between redeemable and unredeemable in this chapter
Leviticus Bible Study – Lesson 26
November 7, 2018 • Pastor Peter Kim
Study Questions: 1). Though this chapter addresses a number of specifics under each general category, what two general types of human behavior are addressed in this chapter? What two types of divine response are addressed? 2). What past action does God cite as proof of His ability to do such things for the people? 3) Several aspects of life are cited in which God would curse and hinder the people if they disobeyed Him. How would God punish the people, a) Personally/Bodily (involving health)? b) Agriculturally? c) Militarily? d) Socially?
Leviticus Bible Study – Lesson 25
October 24, 2018 • Pastor Peter Kim
Study Questions: 1. What two significant “years” are discussed in this chapter? What is the difference between the two? 2. What was to be done with the land every 7th year? a) What would the people eat during that year? b) What “blessing” would God send them in the sixth year? 3. What was to happen every “Jubilee” (fiftieth) year? 4. Who was to redeem the property of a “poor” man? 5. What support/assistance rules were made regarding one who became “unable to support himself?” 6. What rules are made regarding the acquisition of slaves? a) What statement is twice made about how a slave owner WAS NOT to rule over his slave?