Week Eighteen



  • The Tabernacle (the word means a tent) was to be the central point of worship for Israel in the wilderness.
  • Into the Most Holy Place (see plan), only the High Priest entered, once a year, on the Day of Atonement, to seek forgiveness for Israel.
  • Jesus Christ fulfilled all things that the law and tabernacle stood for.


Leviticus is the book about priests, offerings and the importance of true worship.     



Day 1: Leviticus 8 Careful preparation of our heart is necessary if WE are to serve God. ( verse 5).
Day 2; Leviticus 10 Again it is important to serve God in HIS way (verse 3).
Day 3: Leviticus 16 The Day of Atonement was observed every year; but Christ obtained eternal redemption (Hebrews 9:12, 10:19-22).
Day 4: Leviticus 17 The life is in the blood (verse 11). The ‘blood’ of Christ meant the giving of his life (Hebrews 13:20).
Day 5: Leviticus 23 This chapter describes the Jewish spiritual calendar for each year. By this means the nation was united.
Day 6: Leviticus 25 The land of Israel is God’s land, though He is not yet recognised as its owner (verse 23).
Day 7: Leviticus 26 Verse 33. This prophecy has come true in every detail. Israel are indeed God’s witnesses whether in blessing or in cursing.