Leviticus 25-27

Summary

In Leviticus chapter 25, The sabbath of the seventh year. The jubilee in the fiftieth year. Of oppression. A blessing of obedience. The redemption of land. Of houses. Compassion to the poor. The usage of bondmen. The redemption of servants.

In Leviticus chapter 26, Of idolatry. Religiousness. A blessing to them that keep the commandments. A curse to those that break them. God promises to remember them that repent.

In Leviticus chapter 27, He that makes a singular vow must be the Lord’s. The estimation of the person; of a beast given by vow; of a house; of a field, and the redemption thereof. No devoted thing may be redeemed. The tithe may not be changed.

Insights and Prayers

  • Lord, You blessed Your people with rest in the Sabbatical year, and the Year of Jubilee. Thank You for Sunday, my day of rest, the day I will worship and serve You. Amen.
  • Lord, I will learn from the disobedience of Israel, I will keep Your commands of instruction; I will bring glory to You.
  • Forgive my sins and the sins of my people; have mercy on me and my people. Amen.
  • Lord, You have spoken in the book of Leviticus; help me understand Your commands and instructions and apply them to my life.
  • I want to obey You and keep Your commands.
  • Give me strength to always obey You.
  • When I am weak, forgive me. Amen.

Sources

  • Bible Summary – Adapted from The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge by R. A. Torrey
  • Insights and Prayers – Adapted from The Prayer Bible