Leviticus: A Quest for Holiness
- Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
- Begins January 20
- Room 346, BA Campus
- Led by Tyson Schwerdtfeger
Leviticus is undoubtedly one of the least read and least studied books in the Bible. This is unfortunate. Leviticus is an incredible resource for one of the greatest needs in today’s church: the pursuit of holiness. The Lord loves His people and wants to live among them. The instructions of Leviticus are God’s gracious provision for making this relationship work. Make no mistake – this is no law book for Israel to earn any status with God. The Lord desires an ongoing relationship and the Lord gives the instructions of Leviticus. To be sure, Leviticus is from a time long ago and a place far away. Its counsel for living in the presence of a holy God can sound strange, if not completely bewildering to modern ears. Nonetheless, the principles established in the book of Leviticus are eternal in nature and can guide us in pursuing a deeper relationship with a holy God.