Delighting in Leviticus
June 16, 2013 Speaker: Series: Leviticus
Passage: Exodus 40:1–37
How to Read Your Bible For All It’s Worth: Delighting in Leviticus
(Exodus 40:1-37; Leviticus 1:1-2; Hebrews 9:11-14)
1) Understand that Jesus is the interpretive key to all of scripture.
2) Every biblical text either points forward to what God will accomplish through Jesus’ death and resurrection . . . or points back to what God has accomplished in Jesus’ death and resurrection.
3) Therefore, the reader must always ask of the biblical text: “In what period of salvation history does this passage occur?”
4) Focus on the major turning points in the Bible’s storyline - the salvation historical hinges (rest, temple, sacrifice, sonship, exodus, covenant, etc.).
5) All the little stories in the bible are part of the big story (the metanarrative) of salvation-history.
**Our salvation-historical worldview impacts our Christian morality
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