Leviticus Chapter 1 Discussion

  • Grace Miller on Leviticus 1
    What (time frame) are we in, in the Scriptures?
  • GRACE_ambassador {ChrisE} on GRACE "Time Frame" - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Precious friend, Grace Miller: God's Scriptural "Time Frames"? We are in (GRACE/MYSTERY):

    Prophecy and Law were, in Scriptures: Matthew until Acts 8, After ISRAEL "fell" in Acts 7!

    (We are The Body Of CHRIST In GRACE, According To The Revelation Of The MYSTERY. This is from Acts 9 when our "pattern," Paul, was saved. God's Transition from Law Over To GRACE continued until Acts 28, when he "set ISRAEL aside, blinding them," and "concluding them IN SIN with the Gentiles." GRACE has been "In Effect" for almost 2000 years, and when "IT ENDS" At our Great GRACE Departure To Heaven - see Romans - Philemon), THEN:

    God Will Resume His Prophetic Program again, with Israel and the nations in The Time Of Jacob's Trouble. The Scriptures For This "Time Frame" are HEBREWS - Revelation with the associated "prophecies" from Daniel and Matthew!

    Grace Miller, Please Be Richly Encouraged, Enlightened, Exhorted, And Edified!
  • Rick - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Good Morning Grace Miller We are in the Grace Administration which started day of Pentecost and will end when Christ comes back for His Church The body of Christ of which He is the Head. Some people call it the Rapture it is written in Thessalonians as the gathering together unto Him. The Epistles Romans thru Thessalonians covers it. The lettrs that start out unto the Church of God to the saints.
  • Rick Bridge - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    So, are you saying you are Pentecostal/Apostolic? and you believe the church in the book of Acts?
  • Rick - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Hi Rick I believe in the Church that started in the book of Acts Pentecost Birthday of the beginning of the Body of Christ, that meaning it is the Church of God. The people in it are called Christians that is what is says in Gods Word. In His Service.
  • Rick - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Hi Rick Bridge I am saying I'm a Christian which started in Antioch of syria when believers knew they had Christ in them.

    In His Service
  • Making Time To Study Jesus Up Close - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Myself, I keep a marker in Matthew 24 and Luke 21. Granted, Jesus was preaching to mostly farmers, fishermen, just regular people. He gave us signs to watch for.

    I don't believe we can just pick and choose books to read. One way to make study easier, is to purchase a KJV Study Bible with CENTER OF EACH PAGE, COLUMN REFERENCES. With tiny alphabet letters. Those are references to more information and prophesies. Some have been fulfilled, others are being fulfilled every day.

    If a little letter is in the scripture you are reading, hold your place, stop and flip over to that scripture and it will enlarge your understanding.

    I get a lot more reading done if I just turn off the noise of tv for an hour. I keep a legal pad to scribble notes on it.

    Sometimes I find a Bible Reader on YouTube so I can just listen (Alexander Scourby is good)

    To, Bible being read out loud. God rewards us for our diligence. If something is hard to understand, just ask your Teacher (Holy Spirit please help me understand that thought).

    We are always in this comment room to help each other with questions. Come by often. :)

  • Glenn - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    5th trump , a time for teaching, Israel became a country again in 1948 , that started what God says , generation of the fig tree , ( Jeremiah chapter 4 ) we are waiting on on souls to be born , an for all of Gods elect to come to knowledge,.. then the 6th trump , will begin an of course Jesus changed the time to 5 months ( revelation chapter 9 ) with the 2 witnesses coming slightly before the anti- Christ an his angels,.. everyone please, 2nd Timothy chapter 2 vs 15

  • Deirdte e donovan on Leviticus 1
    Importance of revelation
  • BSP on Leviticus 1
    Verse 1-Moses had the privilege of representing Jehovah God before the people and telling them his words. This shows that Moses was God's choice and the people should have listened to him and respected him.
  • John. on Leviticus 1
    Is it true that one can become possessed by an evil spirit?.
  • Unknown - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    what do u mean about what is sabbath
  • Chris - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    John, the possession of humans by evil spirits is very real. Even when looking at examples of this in the Bible, where Jesus dealt with them (e.g. Luke 4:33-36; Mark 9:20-27; Matthew 17:14-18; etc.) we know that this demonic activity was very much evident in those days as it is in ours. As Mishael has warned, that fooling around with occultic practices, even laying open our minds by use of drugs or pursuit of demonic religions, makes one highly susceptible to demonic possession, or oppression.

    My personal experience of one such occasion was when sharing in a Bible study in another country. My passage was actually on 1 Peter chapter 3, sharing with families in that respect. So, it was a study not essentially on the Cross or victory over Satan, etc., yet a lady in our midst appeared overcome with heaviness (sadness on her face) & later began to shake a little & then uncontrollably. I thought it weird given the passage of Scripture being looked at, but had later come to realize that when God's powerful Word is opened & read, then the spirits are also troubled. Indeed, "the devils (i.e. demons) believe & tremble" (Js 2:19). That woman wasn't shaking because of an affliction or being moved by my teaching: those which possessed her were agitated at the reading of God's Word. The end of that, was that my indigenous brother took charge & dispatched that evil spirit from out of her. She fell onto the bench she was sitting on & later recovered smiling & joining us in sweet fellowship, being freed from her torment. After some days, we visited her to see how she & her family were doing: and PTL they were all overjoyed in her release & being normal & useful in the home.

    I just share the above to give you a personal witness of such things that go on all the time. Evil forces surround us, many succumb in different ways, but to the child of the Living God, he walks on with joy & confidence, knowing that "greater is He that is in us, than he that is in the world (Js 4:4).
  • Mishael on the Dark Side of the Devil - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Yep. People in the Occult, Reading Horoscopes. Tarot Cards. Fortune Tellers at the circus or phone psychics. Pornography. Sorcery is the practice of doing drugs, dope, alcohol; buying Wiccan love potions or other injectable products; strong belief in Halloween type magic.

    Then there's the full on satanists: with their book of shadows. It ain't good. There's thousands of ways to part human beings with their cash. There are levels in satan that can do things to people who opened the door for them to come in.

    There are wicked human spirits: people who give use of their spiritual bodies, so the demon can murder. Satan owns their souls.

    If a person has not received Jesus Christ to be their Savior; been born again and received the Holy Spirit... they have no protection from the demonic realm. Nothing but the Holy Blood of Jesus Christ can save us; protect us; protect the family; protect those that we love.

    I'm not a deliverance minister but I've survived an attack. The Blood of Jesus is more powerful than you may know. Angels (big ones) are real. Everything the Bible teaches about this is absolutely Real.

    We already are able to see a demonically driven crowd on tv, destroying everything in their path. Steal, Kill, Destroy, Violence, hatred. It was the same kind of crowd that screamed for Jesus to be Crucified!!

    Barabas was a cold blooded killer and that is who got to go home that day.

    The Good News is that Satan thought he was finally going to see the Son of God die on a Roman Cross! He exulted in every moment of Jesus's pain and then His death. He even had the Romans post a detail of guards outside the Tomb. Satan was just about to go to a party when the stone rolled away! Jesus stepped out and smiled.

    How much does Satan hate people? Lots.

    Don't dabble in the black practices. Get saved. Idols are doorways. Get rid of it.
  • Lionel - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Yes it is true. As a human being, you are a spirit, you have a soul (your mind, will and emotions) and you live in your physical body. What gives you and I thr right to interact here, is the physical body. Look at the physical body as an earth suit just like staying on the moon needs wearing a suit to survive here.

    Demonic powers also want to have a way to have influence on this earth. That is the reason why the demons try so much to look for a physical body to work through. So yeah, demons can and do try to possess physical bodies.

    That is why you and I must be full of God.
  • T - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    I was lead to stop what I was doing and to respond again, to provide Biblical references. Out of many the following scriptures stood out to me:

    1 Timothy 4:1

    Matthew 17:18

    James 4:7

    Ephesians 6:10-18

    Luke 4:33-36

    1 Peter 5:8

    God Bless!
  • T - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    I am not a biblical scholar and can not point to the specific scriptures, my apologies.(Those who can will comment.) But simply, yes, 100%. It is not necessarily the "Hollywood version" either. This is why it is so important for us to follow the word of God. His law. Many things people believe to be normal culture, today, open the doors. Drug usage, the New Age spiritual movement, music, movies, sex addiction and perversion, sin etc. All stemming from SIN. The Bible does offer many accounts. Possession will change a person or cause them to worsen in many ways that are, at times, somewhat easy to "see." Evil spirits want to turn us away from God and his Truth. If you are asking in regards to someone in specific please place a prayer request, here on KJV, for them so that we may pray for them. Prayer is powerful. The good news is God is THE most powerful and has already overcome Satan. It is God that has the authority and power to remove and restore! I sincerely apologize for being vague in regards to scripture and I hope this helps you. God Bless!
  • Mishael - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    You did good!

    Sometimes I feel like a twisted voice crying out in the wilderness. In the prayer request room I saw that people are being oppressed from lack of knowledge. I asked the Lord what I was to do.

    For so long, people ask why God is letting all the bad things happen. My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. One of satans names: Destroyer.

    I'm praying for people to get sick of watching dance shows, talent shows, super strength shows: to hate the superficial poison of people who only love the money. To me it looks like a spider that drains its victims dry. My heart aches for people always watching other people on YouTube. Even little children. I'm learning war. They will be Left Behind and I can't bear that thought.

    Cling to Jesus. Worship His Holiness.

    Did you know? The air of heaven is Faith.
  • James mathews on Leviticus 1
    Leviticus 20:13
  • Chris - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Leviticus 20:13-21 speaks of some of God's commands to the children of Israel, in the matter of homosexuality, incest & bestiality. God is really saying, that He has not made mankind to behave like this, they do it of their own volition & because of inherent sin in them. His penalty for such behaviour was death, as it was gross wickedness, akin to wilful murder, witchcraft, etc. Fortunately for us, post Crucifixion, that the door of God's Mercy is still open & forgiveness is still available for any caught up in this debauchery. Sadly, the World looks at these relationships as 'Alternative lifestyles', but God clearly says it is Sin & will be judged severely.
  • Rev.Rick - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    Romans 1:21-23 New Living Translation (NLT)

    21 Yes, they knew God, but they wouldn't worship him as God or even give him thanks. And they began to think up foolish ideas of what God was like. As a result, their minds became dark and confused. 22 Claiming to be wise, they instead became utter fools. 23 And instead of worshiping the glorious, ever-living God, they worshiped idols made to look like mere people and birds and animals and reptiles.
  • Vanessa on Leviticus 1
    the sacrifice before Christ was commanded by the Lord , was not mans law num:15, God instructed Moses on how it should be done, notice they all had to be unblemished as we are to come to him with a pure heart with our repentance
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    You are right in saying sacrifices did end with Christs death on the cross for Christians. But why did the Jews quit sacrificing?
  • Vanessa - in Reply on Leviticus 1
    I have been told when the Romans destroyed the temple in about 70ad, they have no proper place to preform it anymore, they only could offer it where God allowed it.
  • Vanessa on Leviticus 1
    sacrifice ended with Christ he was the unblemished lamb of God, he came not to do away with the law but to fulfill it by going to the cross, He died for all our sins, but he did not die for us to continue in sin thinking we are cleansed. Jesus taught the way and he was the word. So the old passed away we no longer keep the old traditions,same as we excepting Christ the old passes away
  • BSP on Leviticus 1
    Verse 3~Our sacrifices or offerings to Jehovah God must be holy and acceptable. We want to give him our best.
  • Tara L on Leviticus 1
    @Insight777 It's not that it was too harsh a punishment, death is the wage of all sin. But God is the one who judges and can also forgive those who repent, and part of the point of that story were that every one of the people there condemning her were just as guilty and in need of forgiveness as she was.
  • Rocky on Leviticus 1
    If Christ was not in the commentary it would be hard to understand. The reason I say that is today the animal sacrifice no longer exist.
  • Insight777 on Leviticus 1
    Jesus did not come to remove laws that are necessary for society like the commandments but Mosaic laws that determine what is sin and what punishment is required, he did come to change. An example Jesus used was death for adultery. He did not say it was not a sin but that death was to harsh a punishment. He fulfills law with temperance. Judging with equity, fairness which Mosaic law does not.
  • Bruce on Leviticus 1
    insight:do you Know The Son of God paid for "Your Salvation"? You must surely know most of Your post are not right. Verse 1: LORD: THE SELF EXISTENT or ETERNAL ONE who is CALLED: JEHOVAH./ Life here is very very, compared to Eternity----Is He Tugging on Your Heart? Time of The End---To The Beginning of---Eternity---Starts in a Twinkling of The Eye.

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