10-Leviticus 1-10 Worksheet Answers

10-Leviticus 1-10 Worksheet Answers - G.I.B.S Biblical...

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G.I.B.S. Duluth Bible Church Biblical Synthesis (OT) Leviticus 1-10 1. Read TTB pgs. 20-24 and answer the following questions. a. From where do we get the name of the book of Leviticus? ( TTB p. 21) From the Septuigint Leuitikon “that which pertains to the Levites” Which was translated “Leviticus” in the Latin Vulgate Which was adopted as the English title b. Describe the changes in geography and time that take place in Leviticus. ( TTB p. 21) No geographical movement takes place in Leviticus: the Israelites remain camped at the foot of Mt: Sinai. The book covers roughly one month’s time. c. Fill in the following blanks: In Genesis, man was ruined and Israel was born ; in Exodus, people were redeemed and Israel delivered ; in Leviticus, people were cleansed and Israel consecrated to the service of God. ( TTB p. 22) d. Using the following table, list the five offerings of Leviticus 1-7 and a brief description of how the offering pictures Christ. ( TTB p. 22) Offering How the Offering Pictures Christ Burnt Christ’s total offering in submission to the Father’s will Meal Christ’s sinless service Peace Fellowship believers have with God through the cross Sin Christ as our guilt bearer Trespass Christ’s payment for the damage of sin
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e. TTB states that “Leviticus is to Exodus what the Epistles are to the Gospels.” Explain what is meant by this statement. Leviticus develops a number of doctrinal and practical themes centering on pardon for guilt and fellowship with God, as do the Epistles; it reveals how God graciously accepts a substitutionary payment of death as penalty for sin. f. Fill in the following table which compares the contents of Exodus with Leviticus. ( TTB p. 23) Exodus Leviticus Pardon Purity God’s approach to man Man’s approach to God Man’s guilt Man’s defilement Salvation Sanctification A great act A long process g. Observe the table in the previous question and describe how Exodus and Leviticus relate to the three tenses of salvation. Exodus speaks of past tense salvation at a point in time whereby man’s guilt is pardoned in a great act by the grace of God unto salvation. Leviticus speaks of present tense salvation whereby man’s defilement is increasingly cast off as we seek to walk purely, approaching God in fellowship.
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