Sermons on Leviticus

Sermons on Leviticus

Bible Reading – The Peace Offering (64 min)

PART 3 of 3 – In the last of a series of 3 Bible Readings on the sweet savour offerings, Sandy Higgins opens up “the peace offering”, followed by a discussion verse by verse through Leviticus 3 and 7. The other Bible Readings in this series, on Leviticus Chs 1 and 2, were taken by Norman Crawford and Harold Paisley respectively. Mr Higgins read: Lev 3:1-17, 7:11-32. (Recorded at the Toronto Easter Conference, Friday March 29th 1991) (Image above: the…

Bible Reading – The Meal Offering (63 min)

PART 2 of 3 – In the second of a series of 3 Bible Readings on the sweet savour offerings, Harold Paisley opens up “the meal offering”, followed by a discussion verse by verse through Leviticus 2. The other Bible Readings in this series, on Leviticus Chs 1 and 3, were taken by Norman Crawford and Sandy Higgins respectively. Mr Paisley read: Lev 2:1-16, 6:14-12. (Recorded at the Toronto Easter Conference, Friday March 29th 1991) (Image above: the brazen altar…

Bible Reading – The Burnt Offering (65 min)

PART 1 of 3 – In the first of a series of 3 Bible Readings on the sweet savour offerings, Norman Crawford opens up “the burnt offering”, followed by a discussion verse by verse through Leviticus 1. The other Bible Readings in this series, on Leviticus Chs 2 and 3, were taken by Harold Paisley and Sandy Higgins respectively (Recorded at the Toronto Easter Conference, Friday March 29th 1991) (Image above: the brazen altar partly covered, from a book by…

Introduction to the Offerings (47 min)

David Gilliland gives a very helpful “introduction to the offerings”. He takes an overview of the topic of sacrifice in Genesis, Exodus and Leviticus before discussing how, when and where Israelites brought sacrifices. The sacrifices were costly and heavy and taught serious lessons to those who brought them. David discusses the issue of forgiveness and atonement in relation to the Old Testament sacrifices. Were Old Testament offerers really forgiven, and if so how? Finally he discusses the different types of…

Separation in Picture and Type (47 min)

PART 2 – Norman Mellish speaks on the topic of separation from various pictures and types in the Old Testament. He draws principles of separation from Genesis Ch 1 and the creation week, from Leviticus 11 and the instructions regarding clean and unclean animals, and from Nehemiah Chs 1-6 where walls were built and the testimony of God was preserved (Message preached 3rd May 2018)

On the Calendar (34 min)

PART 4 – Elton Fairfield preaches on the annual festal calendar of the nation of Israel from Leviticus Ch 23 – otherwise known as “the seven feasts of Jehovah”. He expounds the spiritual significance of the passover, the feast of unleavened bread, firstfruits, Pentecost, trumpets, atonement and tabernacles (Message preached 11th Feb 2018)

Beyond the Curtain (42 min)

PART 3 – Elton Fairfield preaches on the significance of the holy of holies, the room that lay behind the veil in the Tabernacle. There stood the ark of the covenant and its mercy seat, or lid of atonement. Elton spends some time in Leviticus Ch 16 looking at the ‘day of atonement’, the only day on which the High Priest entered beyond the veil and sprinkled blood on and before the mercy seat. The typological significance of these themes…

Within the Chamber (42 min)

PART 2 – Elton Fairfield preaches on what it was like “within the chamber” (the holy place) with its table, lampstand and altar of incense, and the typological significance of all of these things. He explains why the door had 5 pillars, while the gate had only 4, even though they had the same square footage in surface area. Listen for his explanation as to why the lampstand had 22 buds, 22 flowers and 22 almonds (Message preached 10th Feb…

The Day of Atonement (38 min)

PART 5 – John Stubbs preaches on the High Priest’s attire, attitude and actions on the annual Day of Atonement in Israel. He draws 7 contrasts between Aaron and Christ, while explaining the significance of the removal of sin, remorse for sin and rest from sin seen in Leviticus Ch 16.(Message preached 9th Mar 2014)

The Mitre and the Crown (41 min)

PART 4 – John Stubbs preaches on the High Priest’s mitre and crown. “Holiness unto the LORD” was engraved on the crown, and from it Mr Stubbs teaches many precious truths about the holiness of Christ and our acceptance in Him who appears for us in the presence of God. “As He is, so are we in this world” (Message preached 8th Mar 2014)

The Ephod and Breastplate (49 min)

PART 3 – John Stubbs preaches on the ephod and the breastplate. In the ephod is seen the suitability of our High Priest – in His perfect manhood – and in the breastplate are seen the subjects of our High Priest, His people near His heart and under His care. Mr Stubbs examines the stones – their rarity, representation, radiance and resting places (Message preached 8th Mar 2014)

The Robe of Blue (49 min)

PART 2 – John Stubbs preaches on the robe of blue, called the “robe of [connected with] the ephod”. He speaks of the “symbol of the blue”, the “strength of the binding”, the “shape of the border” and the “sound of the bells”. This garment spells out the sphere of our Great High Priest’s ministry in heaven (Message preached 7th Mar 2014)

The Linen Coat (60 min)

PART 1 – John Stubbs introduces the subject of the High Priest’s garments – garments that were holy, harmonious, hereditary and hand-made, and which contain much precious typological teaching on the person of Christ. The white linen coat speaks of His sinlessness, and the unseen linen girdle of His service (Message preached 6th Mar 2014)

The Feast of Tabernacles (49 min)

PART 7 – Dan Rudge preaches on Israel’s seventh and last annual feast, “The Feast of Tabernacles”. He explains that it is a type of the Millennial “age to come” and looks at what that will mean politically, environmentally, socially, economically and physically for the world and for Israel as a restored nation (Message preached 13th Dec 2012)

The Feast of Firstfruits (43 min)

PART 3 – Marcus Hall preaches on Israel’s third annual feast, “The Feast of Firstfruits”. He expounds Lev 23:9-14 and points out that this feast has its fulfillment in the resurrection of Christ. In the words of 1 Cor 15:23 “Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at His coming (Message preached 8th Nov 2012)

The Feast of Passover (42 min)

PART 1 – Gordon Stewart introduces the 7 Feasts of Jehovah and then deals with the first one, the Passover. From Exodus 12 and Leviticus 23, he expounds the purpose, meaning, contents and characteristics of the first of Israel’s annual feasts which commemorated their deliverance from Egypt and is a type of the sacrifice of Christ, the lamb of God (Message preached 25th Oct 2012)

Trespass Offering (45 min)

Bob Berry preaches on the trespass offering. He helpfully points out that the trespass offering’s leading distinguishing feature concerns a “debt” created by a failure in responsibility, obligation or trust. Christ is portrayed as the One who at the cross not only “paid the debt we owed” but “added a 5th part”, so that through the sacrifice of Christ we actually receive more than was originally lost through Adam’s sin. (Message preached 11th Oct 2012)

The Sin Offering (45 min)

Mervyn Hall preaches on the sin offering. He looks at it historically, theologically, dispensationally and personally. He draws lessons from the Levitical details about the blood, the fat and the body of the offering. He draws particular attention to the vital fact that Christ was “made sin” on the cross and explains what this means (Message preached 4th Oct 2012)

The Peace Offering (46 min)

John Salisbury preaches on the peace offering. He presents a detailed look at this offering under the following headings; the reason for the offering, its rituals, its results, its foreshadowing of Christ and its practical implications. Teaching on the precious subject of the wave breast and the heave shoulder is included. (Message preached 27th Sept 2012)

The Meal Offering (50 min)

David Dalton preaches on the meal offering as a type of the sinless, perfect humanity of Christ. He explains the significance of the fine flour, the oil, the frankincense, the cakes, the oven, the leaven, the salt and other features of this offering. Christ exalting ministry. (Message preached 20th Sept 2012)

The Burnt Offering (49 min)

Norman Mellish introduces the offerings, and then deals with the first of them, the “burnt offering”. He emphasises that God desires worship above all, and brings out many delightful thoughts about the person of Christ from this Leviticus Ch 1. (Message preached 13th Sept 2012)