I’m updating the blog via iPhone tonight.

As I plow through Leviticus, I’m pondering the old saying. You’ve probably heard it – the Old Testament is law and the New Testament is love. Tough to think otherwise about that statement when you are in the midst of Leviticus. So, I’m reading now searching for the love in Leviticus. Why? I’m of the belief that the book is teaching the Hebrew people how to be holy in the wilderness.

As said in Exodus, “they are a stff-necked people.” So, how and why does a God love these people who constantly turn away from him?

I think I’ll read on and fund out why. After all, that will tell me why he continues to love me when I turn away from him. My neck doesn’t move that easy most days.

Have you found it there . . . love in Leviticus? Are you hopeful?

Published by Matt

Creative Arts developer, planner, husband, and father. I direct choirs, make graphic art, and film, photograph and work daily to foster an experience with the Holy.

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