by Jeff Strite

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An Unusual Sacrifice (2 of 2)
Series: The Boringest Passages in the Bible
Jeff Strite
Leviticus 14:1-32

(This is the 2nd in a series dedicated to the most boring Scriptures in the Bible. At least… the things many people regard as boring)

For some people, there's nothing more boring than the tedious, almost unending regulations that God gave His people in Leviticus. In fact, when most people attempt to read through the Bible, they tend to just skip over Leviticus because there is only one interesting story in the entire book (the story of Nadab and Abihu). Everything is stuff like sacrifices and lists of clean and unclean things.

I did a search on Sermoncentral (an internet website where I put all my sermons) to see how many sermons other preachers had preached on this book. There are 1000s of preachers who've preached 1000s upon 1000s of sermons on that site. Out of all 1000s upon 1000s of sermons on that site guess how many sermons were on Sermoncentral? (268… and 2 of them are mine).

I even looked to see how many times the New Testament quoted Leviticus. And guess what – nobody in the NT quoted from this book. Even Jesus didn't quote from Leviticus. They would quote from Genesis, Exodus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, but nothing out of Leviticus.

Leviticus would appear to be the boringest book in the Bible… except it isn't really boring.
2 Timothy 3:16-17 tells us ''All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work..'' And that includes Leviticus. Which means there are powerful lessons to be learned about God's will for our lives even in this book.
Hold that thought.

OPEN: In my files I have the story of an elderly woman named Adele Gaboury of Worcester, Massachusetts. One of her brother's told police he believed she had gone to a nursing home, and her neighbors – believing that - began watching her property.

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