Leviticus 26–27: “Oh, No, This Isn’t a Warning – This Is a Prophecy” (Bible Talk, Ep. 42)
Leviticus ends with a speech from the Lord that sounds like a warning. But in reality, it’s a prophecy of what’s to come for Israel—in all its high highs and low lows. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex chats with Jim and Sam about Leviticus 26–27.
2:17 / What are the blessings that God would give for Israel’s obedience?
8:17 / Jim discusses how Leviticus 26:14-15 should make us examine ourselves.
10:53 / What are Israel’s consequences of disobedience to the Lord?
16:44 / Does Jeremiah calculate the number of Sabbatical cycles between Saul rising to power and the time of exile, in order to prophesy that 70 years are appointed for Babylon?
18:15 / Israel’s list of consequences continues.
19:40 / “But if they confess their iniquity and the iniquity of their fathers…” (Lev. 26:40)
20:17 / So do I have to repent for the sins of my fathers?
22:41 / Circumcision of the heart is mentioned for the first time in Scripture (Lev. 26:41).
23:27 / Did the Holy Spirit regenerate Old Covenant believers?
25:02 / Why does the Lord bring up Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob? (Lev. 26:42)
28:30 / How would you get to Christ from here?
Resource: God’s Indwelling Presence by Jim Hamilton