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2021 Podcast Overview

Key Chapters of the Bible

Release Date: 01/01/2021

2/20 Numbers 11 - Dangerous Grumbling show art 2/20 Numbers 11 - Dangerous Grumbling

Key Chapters of the Bible

There are times, in all of our lives, when we're tempted to grumble and complain. These times can discourage ourselves and others. Today, we'll study Numbers 11 and see how the Children of Israel's grumbling brought discouragement to Moses and judgment upon themselves.  DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: 1.    The podcast suggests that Numbers might be one of the hardest books of the Bible to read and understand. What books have you found difficult to work through? Why? 2.    What does the people’s complaints indicate about their trust in the Lord? How is this a break...

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2/19 Leviticus 26 - Is God Judging Me? show art 2/19 Leviticus 26 - Is God Judging Me?

Key Chapters of the Bible

A common question that people have is "Is God judging me?" Today we're going to look at Leviticus 26 which unpacks the judgments of God and helps us understand why God might judge someone and what that judgment is supposed to accomplish. So join us in another study of the Key Chapters of the Bible!  DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: 1.    This passage contains familiar commands with unique emphases. How does verse 1 help us see clearly that the command to have no idols before God simply means to not bow down to worship anyone or anything but the Lord? 2.    Verse 2 links...

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2/18 Leviticus 23* - The Profound Feasts of Israel show art 2/18 Leviticus 23* - The Profound Feasts of Israel

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We might not realize just how amazing and profound the Jewish Feasts were, but today we'll see that not only were they times of great celebration, remembrance and consecration; but even more importantly, they specifically and directly pointed the entire nation of Israel to her Messiah. Join us in another key study of another key chapter of God's Word!  DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 23 1.    According to the podcast, how was the Jewish calendar set? How might that produce fluidity for when the Jewish feasts would be held? 2.    What was the Sabbath feast...

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12/17 Leviticus 18 - Purity in an Impure World show art 12/17 Leviticus 18 - Purity in an Impure World

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Leviticus 18 is a well-known passage for its long list of condemnation of various sexual sins. And while it may be overwhelming, it's still helpful for us to know what God thinks about the sins of our world. And, even more importantly, we need to understand the judgment that awaits those who flagrantly violate His commands. So, join us in this heavy chapter that guides us in what purity looks like in an impure world.  DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 18 1.    The podcast mentioned that ancient rabbis supposedly said that the Book of Leviticus was one of the first books...

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2/16 Leviticus 17 - The Reason for the Blood show art 2/16 Leviticus 17 - The Reason for the Blood

Key Chapters of the Bible

Anyone who has read much of Leviticus knows that it has a lot to say about "blood". Although it's kind of an unusual topic in our day and age, it was central to the Old Testament system of worship. Today, as we study Leviticus 17, we find out why. We also find that it's in the context of God's prohibitions about homemade, made-up worship. So join us in another study in another Key Chapter of the Bible! DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 17 1.    What did verses 3 & 4 prohibit? In light of what we learned from Leviticus 10, what principles were driving this instruction? How...

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2/15 Leviticus 16* - Yom Kippur - The Day of Atonement show art 2/15 Leviticus 16* - Yom Kippur - The Day of Atonement

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Leviticus 16 is one of the most important chapters in the Old Testament because it tells us how a person is made holy enough to be in God's holy presence. Today in our study of Leviticus 16, we'll explain the details to see how they ultimately point to Jesus Christ. Join us! DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 16 1.    The podcast asserted that Leviticus 16 is the most important chapter in the book of Leviticus, and one of the most important chapters in the entire Bible. Why did the podcast suggest this?  2.    The podcast mentioned that Leviticus 16 answers the...

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2/14 Leviticus 10 - Strange Fire / False Worship show art 2/14 Leviticus 10 - Strange Fire / False Worship

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Far too often, we make up our own ideas of what constitutes true worship. Today, we'll discuss the difficult passage of Leviticus 10 when Nadab and Abihu are killed by God for offering strange fire. We'll look at this passage, understand it in its context, and see how it still can guide us to true worship. Join us!  DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 10 1.    What was the background of the Levites and how did that relate to their role among the Children of Israel? Why was this role necessary?  2.    What did Nadab and Abihu do that was wrong? Why should...

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2/13 Leviticus 5 & 6* - Guilt Offerings: Solving Infinite Debt show art 2/13 Leviticus 5 & 6* - Guilt Offerings: Solving Infinite Debt

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The Sacrifices in the book of Leviticus can be confusing. However, unraveling their message yields key truths that are foundational to the rest of our understanding of the Word of God. Today we'll look at both Leviticus 5 and 6 and see how critical the Guilt Offering is to our relationship with the Lord. Join us for this important study!  DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 5 & 6 1. Now that we’ve talked about sin offerings for two days, how important was it for the person to identify with the animal that was about to be sacrificed? How would the person identify with that...

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2/12 Leviticus 4* - Sin Offerings: Getting Right with God show art 2/12 Leviticus 4* - Sin Offerings: Getting Right with God

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When we sin, how do we make things right with God? Well, the answer might surprise us, because as we look at Leviticus 4, we'll see that not every sin could be forgiven through the sacrificial system; which will underscore just how important it is that Jesus died for all of our sins. Join us in this important study on this challenging passage!  DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 4 1.    Leviticus 4 talks about what to do when specific people within the community sin, specifically the anointed priests in verse 3, the entire community in verse 13, a leader in verse 22, and...

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2/11 Leviticus 3* - Peace Offerings: Celebrating Our Fellowship with God show art 2/11 Leviticus 3* - Peace Offerings: Celebrating Our Fellowship with God

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As we continue to make sense of the Sacrificial system of the Book of Leviticus, today we turn to Leviticus 3 to unpack the idea of Peace Offerings and we'll see that these are extremely relevant to our lives today. Peace offerings point us to the fellowship we have with God once atonement and consecration has occurred, and although we may not still offer these sacrifices to the Lord, these still teach us spiritual principles in that go into walking in peace with God. Join us! DISCUSSION AND STUDY QUESTIONS: Leviticus 3 1.    What was the “nutshell” description of a peace...

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The Key Chapters Bible Podcast is a daily, 15ish minute podcast that goes over the key chapters of the Bible, one per day... starting in Genesis and going to Revelation, explaining how it fits into the overall message of God and how it relates to our lives now. Hosted by Pastor Russ Brewer, this podcast is a ministry of Wellington Community Church located in beautiful, northern Colorado. 

Whether you're starting with us in Genesis, of just jumping in, we pray that this podcast is a tool of the Lord in your life to help you deepen your fellowship with Him and commitment to His work in your life and the world! 

As always, we are honored to be included in the "Top 30 Bible Podcasts to Follow" from Feedspot.com.

Special thanks to Joseph McDade for providing our theme music.