Fri – Jan 24

Leviticus 21-23; Hebrews 8

If I am being honest, Leviticus is a hard read for me. The rules, so many rules. Each one could so easily be broken.

And the ceremonies, and sacrifices.

I can’t imagine not holding a dear friend’s hand as they passed. Or being expected to marry from a certain group. Or to be told that I am not good enough because of who my ancestors are.

In Hebrews 8, the author explains that the fault was not with the old covenant, but with the people, so He sent a “new” Covenant, in which the laws would be in our minds and written on our hearts. He intended to forgive our wickedness, and remember our sins no more.

The table below shows the difference from the old and new Covenants.

PRAYER: Father, thank you for the book of Leviticus, and Hebrews. Thank you for both the old and the new Covenants. They both show Your love for us. Thank you for the opportunity to be reminded that You always had a plan, and Your love is never failing. In Jesus name, Amen.


  1. Jean Roberts says:

    Amen. It is a hard read for me too

    • Lori says:

      So glad you hung with us!!🙂

  2. Gwen says:

    My daily bible reading is In Leviticus! Whew is all I can say. Thank you Jesus for your dying on the cross.

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  3. Amy says:

    Leviticus is hard… all of the rules… I know I would mess up DAILY trying to remember all of that. More thankful now that God sent His son so that we have a new way of being close to God and being forgiven of our faults.