Leviticus Holy Lamb Chops

Leviticus Holy Lamb Chops

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A three-week series exploring the themes of holiness, redemption, and love found in the book of Leviticus.

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While many of us are nervous about Leviticus (how many Bible reading plan attempts has it killed?), it's actually an incredibly relevant and fascinating book to study! This three-week series answers the question of why it's important to study Leviticus, as well as exploring themes of holiness, redemption, and God's calling to us to love our neighbors.

Week 1: Leviticus is a Gift. This lesson explores how Leviticus reveals sin and our need for God, as well as the hope and encouragement it gives us.

Week 2: Aaron's Redemption. Aaron, the same man who created the golden calf for the Israelites at Mt. Sinai is chosen by God to be the high priest. This lesson explores the topic of second chances and God's unlimited love.

Week 3: Love Your Neighbor. Leviticus 19 gives one of the key commands in all of Scripture: to love our neighbor as ourselves. This lesson explores both this passage and Jesus' expansion of it in Matthew 22. 

This Resource Includes: 

  • Complete message manuscript for each week (Word files)
  • PowerPoint presentation file for each week
  • Student handouts for each week (Word file)
  • Small group guide for each week (Word file)
  • Full graphics package for each lesson with slides, Instagram and Instagram stories (jpeg files)

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About this Product
Our students really enjoyed these lessons, and they let us know that it really spoke to them where they are. Our leaders were impressed that this series was able to make Leviticus both relevant and interesting!
Matthew McNutt

Matthew McNutt

Matthew and Heather have been in full time youth ministry for twenty years. He is also a speaker, author, and ministry coach. They have four sons ranging from 13 to 20 years old, which means the majority of their time is spent buying food and replacing broken furniture. You can find Matthew's writing, resources, and podcast, on his website, www.MatthewMcNutt.com.