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Leviticus Chapter 22 Summary: Chapter Summaries

Leviticus chapter 22 summary, God spoke to the sons of Aaron regarding their reverence to the LORD. They needed to make a clear separation between God’s things and of the children of Israel.

God also reminded them that He is Holy and they should not profane His Holy name among the children of Israel. They were the frontlines of the people to serve the LORD, the people needed to see holiness. The priest really had to do the works of being clean and sanctified to God above the rest of the tribes of Israel.

Leviticus Chapter 22 Summary

This was mainly because they handled God’s business. No unclean priest could eat of the holy things until he was clean by washing his flesh before the evening. Nightly showers and baths were not just for the babies.

No stranger, sojourner of the priest, or hired servant could eat of the holy things. However, if a priest purchased a soul, he can eat of the holy things, and children born to the priest could eat also. The daughter of a priest who married a stranger no longer could eat of the offering of the holy things.

God also commanded Moses to tell the children of Israel not to offer animals that had blemishes; remember Cain. They, as well as anyone who offered, were to offer their very best.

God would be hallowed among the children of Israel and this was set forth by the priest who reverenced God’s name. Do not mess around and take this job lightly! This is the summary of chapter 22 of Leviticus; glory to Honor.

Selah

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