Leviticus 26–27: “Oh, No, This Isn’t a Warning – This Is a Prophecy” (Bible Talk, Ep. 42)

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10.27.2021

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.

SHOW NOTES

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

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