Leviticus Chapter 26 Discussion

  • BSP on Leviticus 26
    Verses 3 and 4 show that if the Israelites would have kept Jehovah's commandments, they would have experienced blessing after blessing. Obedience leads to the blessing of Jehovah God.
  • S Spencer - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Thanks Brother Richard.

    Great teachings, may the Lord bless you and all you do.
  • Roman - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    You skipped right over the seven times punishment, vs 18.

    They were punished seven times = 7 x 360 = 2,520 years

    Israel was taken by Assyria in 721 BC +2,520 = 1799 (Ephraim = British)

    Judah was taken by Babylon in 604 BC + 2,520 years = 1917 (Judah Balfour Declaration)

    Those dates correspond with both houses of Israel; they are significant to understanding who they are.
  • Richard H Priday on Leviticus 26
    Verses 1 through 12 indicate covenant blessings for obedience; but the section 13 through 43 are almost 3 times longer where there are warnings of cursing for disobedience. Notwithstanding; there are promises in the last three verses that the covenant would still remain UNbroken (v. 44); and that the ancient promises would still be ultimately remembered. God according to Christ "chastises everyone He loves." ( Heb. 12:6). This can be in regard to an individual; but also the promises ultimately mentioned in Romans to the Jews who are now "blind in part" ( Romans 11:25) until the "full number of Gentiles has come in." This could refer to the Rapture as many commentators suggest; but the full supplication will not occur until around the time of Armageddon when they shall "mourn for the One they pierced" ( Zech. 12:10).

    We do well as a nation to study these verses on Israel. In some sense; we are still held under the statement "I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all the peoples on earth will be blessed through you." ( Gen. 12:3). God judges the nations as He pleases (and does all things as He pleases according to Psalm 115:3; 135:6-etc.) All calamities are at least indirectly related to sin; whether our own personal ones; or society at large in a fallen world. We can't always attribute a particular event as a proof of this; however; as Christ's comment on the falling of the tower of Siloam and the blood mixed with the sacrifices indicated in Luke 13:4. There are plenty of things here and in Deuteronomy; however which are usually specific toward Israel; then directed toward other nations in later prophetic scriptures when the end comes such as Isaiah; Jeremiah; and Daniel. This; of course reaches its climax in Revelation. Once again; we see the importance of covenants. We have eternal promises that He will remain with us forever in the New Testament; provided of course that He has chosen us and evidence of good fruit
  • Rick - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    IMKane Leviticus is written concerning the law under moses leadership given to Israel. In His Service
  • Rick - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    IMKane The book of Leviticus pertains to the law given to children of Israel under moses leadership. In His Service
  • IMKane - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Paul admonished Timothy to rightly divide the word of truth ( 2 Timothy 2:15). All Scripture is for us, but not all Scripture is to us. That said, to whom is Leviticus 26 written?
  • Curtis delgardo on Leviticus 26
    what is this chapter telling us as Christians and how can we apply this chapter into our lives?
  • Jaclyn B Myers on Leviticus 26
    Where does it mention Trump in the bible
  • Light in the Darkness - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    No where in Scripture does it say we continue to Sin untill we die if we are Born Again of God's Seed He tells us to Work out our Salvation not meaning work for it to put our Carnal flesh to death by The Spirit Romans 8:15-2Tim2:19-21- Colossians 3:4-6 to be Perfect like He is Matthew 5:48 - Hebrews 6:1 We will No longer Sin Read all of 1John 3 and -5:18-20-2:28-29- Jn 8:34-36 Rom6and8 Danial12:10.
  • Brenda Holland - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    I agree in that when we accept by faith God's plan, we are made new and our souls cannot sin. They are preserved and hid in God until the day of redemption. Our fleshly bodies however can commit sin which needs cleansing daily. The eternal part of us that will spend an eternity either with Christ or without and is preserved. No one, can break that seal. Our souls are saved not our bodies.
  • Set Free From the Slavery of Sin - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Many think we can Never be Perfect and in a Wordly way we Can't but in God's Way we Can. He tells us to be Perfect like He is Matthew5:48 He is Love 1John 4:16 to put our Carnal flesh to death by The Spirit Romans 8 and Aim to be Perfect Hebrews 6:1 in Love 1John 4:11-21 When we are Born Again of Gods seed 1John 3:9 we will not Sin1John 5:18 our Old Carnal Nature has gone our Nature is Righteous.
  • Brenda Holland on Leviticus 26
    Scripture teaches that the law and the prophets were until John. We are under grace. We trust the perfect sacrifice, then obey, serve and love because he first loved us. Jesus fulfilled the law. Their FAITH was counted righteousness. The law was given to teach them and us that we cannot attain perfection of ourselves. Certain feasts were given to the Jews to keep forever to remind them of who they are. I am not a Jew. God has always been more concerned with our faith and obedience than any sacrifice. We must trust Jesus the perfect sacrifice for our sins and believe his Word.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Sacrifices were only ended. For the Christians. I wonder why the unsaved Jews quit sacrificing.
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Romans 4 :14 For if they which are of the law be heirs, faith is made void, and the promise made of none effect: People say the bible contradicts itself but it doesn't , it just addresses different things that ppl try to merge together. When talking of salvation its free thru faith. But rewards in heaven and disicplship are thru obedience. Separate situations with separate outcomes.
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Romans 4 :3-5 For what saith the scripture? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness. Now to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt. But to him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness.
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    The purpose of 1 John on is for fellowship. Know here is not to acknowledge or know personally. Think of it this way: a person can have a mom but not know her initmately. Or a man who divorces his wife and says"I never knew her". Of course they know them but they have no intimate relationship with them or understand them. And as both cases when we dont know God as well as we should we lose joy
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Remember each book is a letter with its own main theme. Don't just look at the chapters but the whole book. Why did John say he was writing this: 1 John 1" 3 that which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ.4 And these things write we unto you, that your joy may be full"
  • Paul Douglas - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    ..like grace to pay a bill - grace is time between either your death, or the end of the earth to have as much faith as possible that will lead to being a righteous person before judgement, which will occur 7 days after the end of earth as it is today. ..again james 2:20-22. You can't know God unless you do his commandments!!!!! 1 John 2:3.
  • Paul Douglas - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    You have to have faith which will lead to true works. Without eventual works, you have no true righteousness.. James 2:20-22.
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Salvation is for all who believe.We are His adopted ppl. The New Kingdom will be for all believers. The difference between Jewish believers and non-Jewish believers, is that the Jewish believers are Christ's Bride, and we the Church, are apart of His body.The new Heaven and new Earth will be for all believers, but only certian believers who have served Him will enter into the City of New Jerusalem
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Grace is undeserved mercy, so why do keep trying to earn it? You dont earn your parents love, Its freely given like our salvation which He freely gave to us making us His children, but our fellowship with Him, like with our parents is based on how we obey. It saddens me how some make God out to be an abusive parent, He is the most loving being of all. I recommend Pastor Yankee Arnold on youtube.
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Sacrifice was a payment for sins. We dont sacrifce bc our sins our paid for. Yes, we should try to do his commandments after being saved, but for fellowship not salvation, 1 John 1 3-4. Its rewards are at stake, 1 Cor 3 10-15. i
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Also look at these ppl who keep talking about their works Matt 7 21-23, never do the mention their faith in what Christ has done for them? Furthermore He says He never knew them, not knew them then lost them, remember John 6 37-39. These ppl doubted his complete work and looked to their own works. What is the will of the Father? John 6 39-40, believe in His Son.
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Also Ecclesisticus is non-canoinical.Its not even recognized as OT by the Jews. Its ued by lordship ppl to bring fear and twist faith with lies. Again if He hates us why die for us? God hates sinners is the biggest lie ever. Sin separates us from Him so He died to remove it that we may boldy come to Him, Eph 3 11-12. He sacrifced himself for sinners, so how does that verse make sense?
  • Diamond M Crumpton-Scott - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Salvation is for all who believe. You are doubting the finish work of The Most High. The bible states again and again the salvation is a free gift., Acts 4:12, Ephesians 2 8-10, John 3 16, and that He will never lose us or cast us out, John 6 37-39. Why do you ppl always doubt His power and love for us. He died for sinners so how can He hate them? He hates our sin and did away with it.
  • Paul Douglas - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Ecclesiastes 12:13, John 15:10, 1 John 5:3, John 14:15, Matthew 19:16, Hebrews 10:26, 1 jOHN 2:3, 1 Peter 2:21, Psalms 111:10, Luke 1:6, Psalms 19:7, proverbs 6:23, Psalms 40:8, over and over and over, keep the commandments. DON'T LET THEM FOOL YOU. If you go to judgement w o works you can be finished!! while w you will be fine!! You should jump to want to do w o being commanded.
  • Paul Douglas - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Salvation is in following the word of god by the way of the messiah.. Hebrews 9:15. ..for eternal inheritance, by way of following his commandments Matthew 19:16. words of advice, you should willfully attempt to follow the words of TMH, with faith and works, james 2:20-22, by the way of the messiah Colosians 3:17. Your judgement will be based on faith, works, and your acceptance of the savior.
  • Paul Douglas - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Salvation is only for his people - Israelites, to save them from their enemies and all that hate them. Salvation means nothing else. Luke 1:68. whatever nation took you into captivity is your enemy nation. Esau - Edom will be devoured for being our enemy. Obadiah 18. TMH hates Esau Romans 9:13. There are only 12 gates to the Kingdom and it is for Israel Rev. 21:12., Heb. 8:8.
  • Paul - in Reply on Leviticus 26
    Hebrews 10:26 The savior's sacrifice only comes in place when you DO NOT willfully did not know sin, but when you do know right from wrong what is law , and you WILLFULLY transgress the law sin anyway, his sacrifice will not be used for that sin, and you must repent, and get it right before you die or earth ends, before judgement. Mat. 5:17 fullied his sacrifice. Act 3:18.

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