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SERMONS & MEDIA ON LEVITICUS

Our sermon ideas on Leviticus will help you preach a powerful message on God calling his people to be holy. Preach on topics including what it means to be separate, the holiness of God, obedience, and Israel's law codes. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Leviticus with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


LEVITICUS SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

We are looking at the book of Leviticus, and as we do we are seeing that God is setting up the basis for fellowship with Him. The opening chapters, about the first 17 chapters, have to do with our relationship to God. Our relationship to God is on the basis of sacrifice...

by David Cawston

It was there that a lamb was sacrificed and the blood was applied to each doorpost. While this was done in faith and obedience to God's command, the home was passed over and the life of the firstborn was spared. The Picture of the Death of Christ for the sins of Israel...

by Stan Coffey

The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are fundamental to the Christian faith. Christianity rises or falls on the veracity of Christ's resurrection which we celebrate at Easter. I believe there is no greater picture of the meaning of Easter than that of the Day of Atonement...

by Ernest Easley

Now it is here that God instructs Moses regarding His special holidays or the seven feasts of Israel. And as you well know the number seven in the Bible speaks of perfection or completion. And it is no coincidence that God gave them seven feasts and here's why...

by Robert Walker

You don't need a P.H.D. to understand the impact of it. Well when it comes to the Bible its message is clear. The Bible is a unique Book. Its ministry and message is clear. There is nothing secret or obscure about it. Every page of it can stand, and indeed welcome the scrutiny of public investigation....

by Jeff Strite

When dealing with Christmas, many people love the tinsel and bright lights - it looks so nice and appealing, but at the same time, many sense that something is wrong. Something just doesn't quite fit. It's not only that the whole season is commercialized beyond imagination so much so that stores across the nation...

by Christopher Harbin

Love-we write songs about it. We write poems about it. We watch movies and shows about it. We romanticize about it. Somehow, our writing, singing, talking and romanticizing about love does not always translate into living according to the love we claim to love...

by Dennis Marquardt

There is no doubt about God's call on our lives for service. To be a Christian brings a certain level of responsibility to serve. What is this call to service? What is it that God is asking from us? What are the expectations of servanthood? Sometimes our focus as Christians can become misplaced while it is vitally important that...

by Daniel Rodgers

The Feast of Weeks is also referred to in the Bible as the ''Feast of First Fruits.'' As we can see from our text, the Jews were required to offer to the Lord the first fruits of their animals and their crops. In the New Testament First Fruits, or ''Weeks of Harvest,'' was celebrated on ''Pentecost,'' signifying...

by Ken Trivette

As another year is dawning, I want it to be one that richly counts for God. I want it to be a spiritually prosperous and productive year. I want it to be the kind of year that I will look back in the years to come and view it as one of the best years of my life as far as eternal things are concerned. G.K. Chesterton said, "The object of the New Year is not that we…