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We waited tensely for news about our friends as we watched the towers of the World Trade Center burn. As people jumped to their deaths from the burning buildings, and as the buildings ultimately collapsed, I realized that this day would change America forever. As a pastor, I was deeply affected by this event, and I promised that I would never let God’s people forget that terrible day. Even now that I serve a congregation in Southern California, on the weekend before every September 11, our church remembers those who died on that tragic day, and we pray for the many loved ones who were left behind.
The Sacrifices and the Savior (Leviticus 1—7) 3. A Kingdom of Priests (Leviticus 8—10) 4. Cleanliness and Godliness (Leviticus 11—12) 5. The Great Physician (Leviticus 13—15) 6. Israel’s High and Holy Day (Leviticus 16) 7. Holiness Is a Practical Thing (Leviticus 17—20) 8. The Cost of Spiritual Leadership (Leviticus 21—22) 9. The Calendar That Tells the Future (Leviticus 23) 10. Holy, Holy, Holy (Leviticus 24) 11. This Land Is God’s Land (Leviticus 25) 12. The Big Word “If” (Leviticus 26—27) 13.
1:20). The sin offering explains Jesus’ death on the cross, when He took the place of every sinner who would ever believe. Finally, the guilt offering points to Jesus’ payment for our sins against others. None of these sacrifices actually forgives sin, but they point toward the ultimate sacrifice of God’s Son, who makes complete atonement for all sin (Heb. 10). It is through Jesus’ death that every believer is made holy in the sight of almighty God: “God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God” (2 Cor.