Gilbert House Fellowship #296: Leviticus 21-23

GOD’S HOLINESS requires perfection—a standard we can never meet on our own.

This week, we discuss rules for the priesthood: Marriage, mourning, and physical qualifications; things the priests were forbidden to eat; and physical disqualifications for sacrificial animals.

We also discuss the Feasts of the Lord and some of the odd connections between the Feast of Unleavened Bread and Feast of Tabernacles with the arrival of asteroid Apophis in 2029.


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4 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #296: Leviticus 21-23

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  2. Rhoda Fry

    Thank you, I look forward to this study on Sunday.
    God bless you both.

  3. Alexandra Smith

    I looked it up and at the Temple the High Priest had one house attached to the Temple (Mid. 71b), and another in the city of Jerusalem. His honor required that he should spend most of his time in the Sanctuary (“Yad”, l.c. v. 7). In Samuel’s time at the Tent of Meeting, he must have had the same arrangement because Eli was nearby.

  4. Alexandra Smith

    While studying with the eTeacher folk we covered this thing about bodily imperfection and service. It is in part because priests with imperfections like dodgy eyesight or lameness would not be safe around the altar fire and sacrifice. They could easily get hurt or be a danger to others.

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