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by C.I. Scofield
Book Introduction - Leviticus
LEVITICUS stands in the same relation to EXODUS, that the Epistles do to the Gospels. EXODUS is the record of redemption, and lays the foundation of the cleansing, worship, and service of a redeemed people. LEVITICUS gives the detail of the walk, worship, and service of that people. In EXODUS God speaks out of the mount to which approach was forbidden; in LEVITICUS He speaks out of the tabernacle in which He dwells in the midst of His people, to tell them that which befits His holiness in their approach to, and communion with, Himself.
The key word of Leviticus is holiness, occurring 87 times. Key verse is Leviticus 19:2.
LEVITICUS is in nine chief divisions: The Offerings 1-6:7 The Law of the Offerings Leviticus 6:8-38. Consecration Leviticus 8:1-24 A Warning Example Leviticus 10:1-20. A Holy God Must Have a Cleansed People 11-15. Atonement 16,17. The Relationships of God's People 18-22. The Feasts of Jehovah, 23. Instructions and Warnings, 24-27.
the Fourth Week after Epiphany