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Monday, May 4, 2015

Leviticus is Hard to Read, But Necessary

Welcome to week 3 in Leviticus, friends! We are continuing to read some difficult chapters in the Bible. Chapters that make us wonder,  "How is this applicable to my life today?" We tend to skip over books in the Bible like Leviticus.

Reading Through the Bible

But we must not grow weary in our goal with the Good Morning Girls to read through the entire Bible. Instead, we need to press in and press on so that we can finish strong! Leviticus is hard to read, but necessary. Why?

Because ALL of the Word of God is profitable to us as God's children. Even Leviticus!

"All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work." -2 Timothy 3:16-17

This week we are going to see how God's love is shown in His protection through laws He set up to instruct the Israelites on what was considered clean and unclean, purification after childbirth, regulations about infectious skin diseases and mildew, cleansing from infectious skin diseases and mildew, and discharges causing uncleanness. Oh yes, this week's reading will be hard, but as we read through chapters 11-15 this week, let's remember that all of these laws were meant to protect the people who were unaware of the diseases carried by certain animals and bodily fluids and of the dangers of mold and mildew.

The love of God was protecting His people back then as it still protects us today with the instructions for holy living that we find in God's Word - the Holy Bible. That's why we must press in and press on in this week's reading, friends.

Here is our reading plan for Week 3 in Leviticus:

Leviticus Reading Plan

Walking in His Grace, 

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