Leviticus Chapter 4 Discussion

  • BSP on Leviticus 4
    All sin requires an atonement to be made. God made sure to specify what was to be done in order for the Israelites to have forgiveness of their sins.
  • MattyR - in Reply on Leviticus 4
    Jesus doesn't play a "similar" role, he makes all these offerings obsolete.
  • BSP on Leviticus 4
    The priests played a serious role in representing the people before Jehovah God and offering sacrifices in their behalf. The greater High Priest, Jesus Christ, has a similar role today.
  • Mike on Leviticus 4
    I heard Christ died for our sins when I was desperate. 2 people were sent to me and showed me. I get it ...I will never die and live happily everafter. His death burial and resurection was to save us from the wages of sin by actually supernaturally forging those that get it into one body, the body of Christ while he was in hell.
  • Melyssa on Leviticus 4
    Makes you think, how much blood had to be spilled before Jesus died on the cross for us.
  • BSP on Leviticus 4
    Verses 2-4~The people were to give a sacrifice if they sinned because of ignorance. We are sinners and we should pray to Jehovah God for forgiveness and help when we sin.
  • Stephen on Leviticus 4
    I'm so thankful to God for the death and resurrection of His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. How wonderful to be under Grace than the burden of the Law!
  • Insight777 on Leviticus 4
    Jesus came to dispel laws of sacrifice because the true temple of God is in your heart and mind not in a building built with hands. Gods kingdom is in his heaven and the entire earth is under his feet. How does one put a roof over God? God does not allow it. If a temple made by hands is not required then an altar with the blood of dead animals on it is not required. Join together but with truth.
  • Munaaph khan on Leviticus 4
    I really thank the Lord for His mercy towards us by fogivness of the cross so we can be free to share His love to a world that needs salvation
  • Lila Evans on Leviticus 4
    thank God for the love. that he has for us.for if God didn't love us the way that he do our sin would have taking us straight to hell.thank you Lord for giving the world another chance.
  • Irene123 on Leviticus 4
    To Tony on Lev, 4 - all the O.T. was a 'schoolteacher' to bring us to Christ. It's all a 'shadow' of the N.T. Jesus' sacrifice was the fulfillment of the O.T. The shedding of blood in the Old was foretelling of Jesus shed blood. That' why the old had to be repeted many times - because it was not PERFECT; Jesus was PERFECT.
  • Rebecca on Leviticus 4
    Animal sacrifices provided a means via which the Israelites could be forgiven of sins, because Christ had not yet died. The animals were sacrificed as a substitute for the sinner (because the wages of sin is death), in much the same way that Jesus was sacrificed in order that our sins can be forgiven. So Jesus fulfilled the sin offering by dying in our place, allowing us access to eternal life.
  • Robert W. on Leviticus 4
    Tony, this chapter deals with instructions to the children of isreal on how to atone to sins through ignorance. This only applies to Hebrews.
    Read the first verse.
  • Tony on Leviticus 4
    This chapter 4 of Leviticus is strange. What is the symbolic meaning of this chapter? I can't reconcile this in any way with our LORD's sacrifice. There has to be a deeper meaning that I cannot understand at this time. Anybody?
  • Ruth on Leviticus 4
    I enjoyed reading this scripture because its to the point.
  • Kingsley on Leviticus 4
    sin is a very serious isue more serious than a carnal mind can imagine
  • Margaret on Leviticus 4
    Thank Almighty God for his perfect sacrifice
  • Mary mari on Leviticus 4
    the sins of ignorance committed by a common person,needed a sacrifice; the greatest are not above, the meanest are not below divin justice.we need to use frequent self-examination,with serious study of the scriptures.

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