July 20-26

MONDAY

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Today’s reading is about the Day of Atonement, an annual holy day for the Israelites. This video connects the Old Testament rituals of sacrifice/atonement to Jesus, who made atonement for our sins forever.

Listen as you read Leviticus 16 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


TUESDAY

As you read Leviticus, remember its importance to the ancient Jewish people. This nation of former slaves needs to form a new government. If they listen to God, He will make them wiser than all their enemies. That’s true for us, too!

Listen as you read Leviticus 17-19 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.

Song: I’m Listening


WEDNESDAY

Listen as you read Leviticus 20-22 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.

Song: Holy (Song of the Ages) – Our holy God is the One who makes us holy.


THURSDAY

Watch this video about Sabbath and the Year of Jubilee.

Listen as you read Leviticus 23-25 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.

Song: Redeemed (For lyrics, click on subtitles/closed captions.) – As shown by the Year of Jubilee, God’s heart is for redemption. He seeks each of us, redeeming us from slavery to sin to become His children.


FRIDAY

Listen as you read Leviticus 26-27 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


SATURDAY

Watch this video and pray for Azerbaijan.

Listen as you read Psalm 49 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.


SUNDAY

Listen as you read Psalm 50 in your Bible, highlighting sections that especially speak to you. Then use those sections to journal your thoughts to God.

 

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