The Great Works of God, Part Seven: The Mysteries of Christ in the Book of Leviticus

Paperback, 220 pp., 9″ x 6″, 2024
ISBN 978-1-934328-27-9
By Valerius Herberger
Translated by Matthew Carver

The third book of Moses, commonly called Leviticus, outlines the ceremonial law set forth by God for His people. Newly rescued from slavery in Egypt, the Israelites stood before Mount Sinai to receive instruction on how a sinful people approach a holy God. In these 70 devotional meditations, 17th-century Lutheran pastor Valerius Herberger presents a Christological interpretation of Leviticus, focusing on the Christian understanding of holiness.

Translator Matthew Carver captures the wisdom and wit of Herberger’s insightful writing which always keeps Jesus Christ front and center and often blurs the line between commentary and sermon. Both preachers and laymen alike will find this volume helpful in interpreting the Scriptures and beneficial in learning how to live a life that bears much fruit.


Table of Contents
Excerpt: Chapters 7-11
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