- Grab a Bible. If it fits your style, also grab a journal to write in.
- Which Bible version is best? The one you read! If you don’t have one, let us know! Print, Online, and Apps are available.
- Invite family or friends to join you.
- Pray! Ask the Holy Spirit to help you as you read. HE WILL.
- Check to see if there is a video to watch today
- Look up and read the assigned reading for the day.
- Look up the assigned Psalm that day: pray it out loud.
- Pray! Ask the Father to apply those readings to your life and to help you join Jesus where He is already working. HE WILL.
- Rally together each Sunday at Lindwedel Winery at 9 am with questions and discussion.
- Let's get started!!
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Read Leviticus 16-18, then Pray Psalm 35. Jesus is our Sacrifice of Atonement, see how this set of practices pointed to Him (see also Matthew 5:17). Read Hebrews 10.
Read Leviticus 19-20, then Pray Psalm 36. Many of these rules and practices seem foreign or even harsh or brutal to us. From our perspective, where Jesus has fulfilled all of this, we are FREE (Galatians 5:1) to love our neighbor (Galatians 5:6) and join Jesus on His mission (Galatians 5:25).
Read Leviticus 21-23, then Pray Psalm 37. The feasts and holidays are fascinating and help us see key moments in the Gospel narratives in better context. Just remember Colossians 2:16-17.
Read Leviticus 24-25, then Pray Psalm 38. Read Luke 4:18-21, noting that Jesus is reading from Isaiah 61:1-2 and that the “year of the Lord’s favor” is the Year of Jubilee from Leviticus 25…but now permanent as the reality of the New Creation, which has been inaugurated by the Lord’s own words!
Read Leviticus 26-27, then Pray Psalm 39. YOU MADE IT TO THE END OF LEVITICUS! 😊
CHAPTER 5 – THE WILDERNESS
Read Numbers 1-4, then Pray Psalm 40. In the Hebrew Bible, Numbers is called “In the Wilderness” (wilderness = desert in the Biblical narrative and languages). Ponder that as you read this book, for it is not only the name but the theme of this story and a phrase which “carries freight” throughout the Bible. Anytime you see “in the wilderness” or “in the desert”, pay close attention and think back to this particular story.
Read Numbers 5-6, SKIM Numbers 7, then Pray Psalm 41. Take note of Numbers 6:22-27, especially verse 27. You’ll recognize the words of 24-26, but always remember that Aaron’s Benediction (as it is often called) is how The Lord puts HIS NAME on HIS PEOPLE (See Romans 9:6-8 and 2 Corinthians 1:20-22).