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Overview The book of Leviticus speaks to us in our brokenness and shows us how we can become holy, whole, and complete.
The book of Leviticus speaks to us in our brokenness and shows us how we can become holy, whole, and complete.
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Studio: Discovery House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.08" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.69" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2005
Publisher Discovery House Publishers
ISBN 1572931191 ISBN13 9781572931190
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More About Ray C. Stedman
Ray C. Stedman(1917 1992) was one of the great pastors, expositors, and spiritual leaders of the twentieth century. A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, he was pastor of the Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California, for 40 years. With over 20 books to his credit, fromthe empowering Spiritual Warfareto his insightful commentaryAdventuring through the Bible, Stedman spanned the experiences of the Christian life with his writing. His bookBody Lifehad a tremendous impact on the church in the twentieth century."
Ray C. Stedman lived in the state of California. Ray C. Stedman was born in 1917 and died in 1992.
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Hits the nail on the head Jul 25, 2007
Leviticus is not about eating pork and taking Saturday off -- literally. It's the spiritual operations manual for mature Christians or at least Christians that are maturing and want to minister or improve their ministry skills (ability to spiritually serve others).
For example a hunchback person can't be a priest. Literally this doesn't make sense but spiritually it does! A person with a "hunchbacked" (deformed) understading shouldn't be ministering to others because their defective doctrine will bring people into bondage. Or a spiritually blind person, etc...
A person with a scab (a wouned person) needs to not minister until the "wound" is totally healed then they're fit for service.
The book is a manual for "ministers".
This book really blew me away by showing the real richness in the book of leviticus.
For anyone who's mature enough in Christ to minister or wants to be I highly recommend this book (not that I'm a minister but I've always wondered what the point of this book was!)
Wholeness Jan 29, 2007
Once again Mr. Stedman hits a subject in the bullseye. This book gives a clear, understandable explanation of the symbolic significance of the sacrifices and offerings that are in the Old Testament.
Ray Stedman is a gifted teacher. Aug 16, 2006
The study of Leviticus is boring at best and a neglected book of the Bible. Ray Stedman brings it alive and makes applications to our everyday 21st Century life. Congratulations to those that brought this collection of sermons to us.
A Rich Study of Biblical Holiness Feb 23, 2005
Who among us does not grind to a halt at Leviticus when we have determined to read the Bible from Genesis to Revelation? Yet when the symbolic meaning of the sacrifices, ordinances and rituals of the Law of Moses and the Levitical priesthod are explained properly we gain wonderful insights into the fulfillment of these shadows in the one complete sacrifice for sin which was offered for us by the man Christ Jesus. Sin is complex and affects all our relationships--with God and with one another. God seeks to make us whole (holy) and to bring us into harmony with who He is as a Holy God. Ray Stedman takes us through each of the details of the Book of Leviticus with clarity and relevancy. For we who follow Jesus, holiness is not an option and this book is profoundly life-changing.