Book of Leviticus

The Book of Leviticus was written by Moses as a part of the law at Sinai about 1688 B.C.  The book details the walk, worship, and service of the redeemed people of God.  It reveals the laws governing: sacrifices, offerings, consecration of the priesthood, the establishment of the tabernacle worship, the holiness of God's people in body, soul and spirit, the relationship of Israel to Jehovah, the feasts of Jehovah, the record of God dwelling in the tabernacle in the midst of His people, and the acceptable means of approach and fellowship with God.


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