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Author: W. KELLY

Publisher: Bible Truth Publishers

Binding: Paperback

Set of six volumes of rich ministry drawn from the types and shadows of Leviticus.
Set Includes;
- Offerings (Leviticus 1-7)
   The various aspects of Christ's work were represented in these offerings. But we need to remember what the Apostle declares, that the law was but "a shadow." Christ, the offering of Christ, is the reality in which all these shadows meet. The varied colors of each and all blend as it were into that perfect light, in which God delighted as the display of His nature in His Son, become man in grace and truth.

- Priesthood (Leviticus 8-15)
   Save Christ the High Priest, alone efficacious for us, Scripture recognizes no priesthood but that of all Christians. To assert a sacerdotal class for us is to deny that we can offer up our spiritual sacrifices to God; it is in effect to efface the proper and revealed effect of Christ's sacrifice; it is therefore to obliterate the gospel and to restore Judaism.

- Day of Atonement (Leviticus 16)
   No words of man could possibly exaggerate either the importance of the historical fact of the atonement itself, or of the revelation of its doctrinal significance as given in the Scriptures. Apart from the atoning work of Christ Jesus, the choice blessings of God could never be imparted to the guilty race of Adam.

- Israel Holy to Jehovah (Leviticus 17-22)
   Six chapters of Leviticus, 17-22, are devoted to divinely given regulations, to preserve the priests and the people of Israel from defilements to which they were exposed in their wilderness journey and in their promised land. The Lord said unto them as He says to us: "Ye shall be holy: for I the Lord your God am holy."

- Feasts of Jehovah (Leviticus 23)
   The Feasts of Jehovah bring before us the whole outline of the dealings of God with His people on earth, though not, of course, in detail.

- Closing Types (Leviticus 24-27)
Through laws and ordinances Jehovah taught His earthly people to be obedient and to hate self-will. How much more is this incumbent on us whom the Spirit sanctified unto Christ's obedience and the sprinkling of His blood, the Christian's place as distinct from Israel's! Practical righteousness is looked for in all; but righteousness is consistency with relationship, and Israel are an earthly people, the Church a heavenly one.