• Scripture Reading: Lev. 16; Rom. 3:24-25; Heb. 2:17; 4:16; 9:5; 1 John 2:2; 4:10
    I. Chapter 16 of Leviticus describes the expiation:
    A. Because of the negative situation of God's people, as portrayed in chapters 11 through 15, according to God's concept and in His divine economy there is the need of redemption—Col. 1:14; Eph. 1:7:
    1. Because the Old Testament time was not the time for redemption to take place, a type, a shadow, of the coming redemption was needed; this shadow is the expiation in Leviticus 16.
    2. The expiation accomplished through the animal sacrifices in the Old Testament is a type pointing to the redemption accomplished by Christ in the New Testament—Heb. 9:11-12.
    B. The root of the Hebrew word translated "expiation" means "to cover"; the noun form of this word is rendered "expiation cover" in Leviticus 16:2 and Exodus 25:17:
    1. On the Day of Expiation the blood of the sin offering was brought into the Holy of Holies and sprinkled on the expiation cover, the lid of the Ark, which covered the Ten Commandments within the Ark, signifying that the sin of the ones coming to contact God had been covered but not yet removed—Lev. 16:14-15; Exo. 25:16.
    2. In this way the situation of fallen man in relation to God was appeased but was not fully settled, until Christ came to accomplish redemption by offering Himself as the propitiatory sacrifice to take away man's sin—Heb. 9:12; 2:17; 1 John 2:2; 4:10; John 1:29.
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  • Scripture Reading: Lev. 13—14
    I. Leprosy signifies the serious sin issuing from within man, such as willful sin, presumptuous sin, and opposing God with determination—Lev. 13:
    A. As seen in the cases of Miriam (Num. 12:1-10), Gehazi (2 Kings 5:20-27), and Uzziah (2 Chron. 26:16-21), leprosy issues from rebellion against God's authority, against God's deputy authority, against God's regulation, and against God's economy.
    B. In the biblical sense, sin is rebellion; thus, leprosy signifies sin—1 John 3:4.
    C. The first case of sin in the Bible was Satan's rebellion against God; hence, sin as rebellion was invented, inaugurated, by the rebellious archangel Lucifer—Ezek. 28:13-18; Isa. 14:12-15.
    D. Eventually, this sin, this leprosy, entered into mankind through Adam, and having entered into man, it issues from within man as many kinds of sins, that is, many manifestations of rebellion—Rom. 5:12, 19a; 7:20.
    E. Hence, a leper represents the fallen descendants of Adam, all of whom are lepers; as signs of leprosy, a swelling, eruption, or a bright spot on the skin of one's flesh signifies man's outward expressions in unruliness, in friction with others, and in pride and self-exaltation—Lev. 13:2.
    F. The condition in Leviticus 13:24-25 signifies that a saved person's acting by the flesh, that is, his losing his temper, his justifying himself, and his not being willing to forgive others, is a sign of spiritual leprosy.
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  • Scripture Reading: Lev. 11; John 6:53-57; 11:25; Heb. 2:14-15; 2 Tim. 1:10
    I. In order to know the real meaning of eating in Leviticus 11, we need to know the significance of eating:
    A. To eat is to contact things outside of us that could affect us inside—vv. 1-23:
    1. Eating is not merely contacting something but also receiving something into us—Jer. 15:16.
    2. Once a thing is received into us, that thing can be digested inside to become our constituent, that is, our being, our constitution.
    3. We all are a constitution of the food that we eat and digest; what we digest becomes our constitution—John 6:53-57.
    B. Taking in the Lord to digest and assimilate Him so that He may become life to us is signified by our eating the bread of the Lord's table—vv. 50-51, 57; Mark 14:22:
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  • Scripture Reading: Heb. 1:2-3, 8; 2:10, 17; 4:14-15; 10:5-10; 13:8
    I. Leviticus is a book of types, a book of typology; the most fine and detailed types of Christ are in Leviticus:
    A. Christ is wonderful and all-inclusive, and plain words are not adequate to reveal Him; types, which are actually pictures, are also necessary.
    B. Because Leviticus is a book of types, there is the need for it to be expounded; the apostle Paul expounded Leviticus in the Epistle to the Hebrews—1:1-3.
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  • Scripture Reading: Lev. 9:24; 6:12-13; 10:1-11; Heb. 12:29; Luke 12:49-50; Rev. 4:5; Exo. 3:2-6
    I. God is a consuming fire—Heb. 12:29; Deut. 4:24; 9:3:
    A. As the burning One, God is holy; holiness is His nature, and whatever does not correspond with His holy nature, He, as the consuming fire, will consume—Heb. 12:29.
    B. In Daniel 7:9-10 God's throne was flames of fire, its wheels were a burning fire, and a stream of fire issued forth and came out from before Him; the fire here indicates that God is absolutely righteous and altogether holy.
    C. Through His death the Lord released Himself into man as the fire of life to burn on the earth—Luke 12:49-50; John 12:24:
    1. The pneumatic Christ as the sevenfold intensified life-giving Spirit is a burning fire—Heb. 12:29; Rev. 4:5; 5:6; 1:14; cf. Zech. 2:5.
    2. This fire is the impulse (the impelling force) of the spiritual life, an impulse that comes from the Lord's released divine life.
    3. "We all have been burned by this fire; we have been brought together by this fire; and now we are burdened that this fire would burn many others. When the concealed glory of Christ's divinity was released, a divine fire was cast on earth to burn the whole earth. Let the fire burn on! No one can stop it"—The Issue of Christ Being Glorified by the Father with the Divine Glory, pp. 11-12.
    D. The seven Spirits of God are the seven lamps of fire burning before the throne; these lamps of fire are for the carrying out of God's administration—Rev. 4:5.
    E. The fire burning out of the midst of the thornbush was the Triune God, the God of resurrection—Exo. 3:2, 4, 6; Matt. 22:31-32.
    F. The word of God is a fire that burns us and many of the things in which we have confidence—Jer. 23:29; 5:14; 20:9.
    G. Those who have a desire to serve God must know that God is a consuming fire that burns and energizes; when God comes to the earth, fire comes to the earth, and when God enters into man, fire enters into man and burns in him—Heb. 12:29; Luke 12:49.
    H. The fire that burned on the altar of the burnt offering came down from the heavens—Lev. 9:24:
    1. After coming down from the heavens, this fire burned continually upon the altar—6:13.
    2. The divine fire, the burning Triune God, enables us to serve and even to sacrifice our lives—Rom. 12:11; cf. Acts 15:26; 20:24; 21:13.
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  • Scripture Reading: Lev. 8:1-36
    I. After the decree of the law and the building up of the tabernacle at Sinai, God gave His people all the chapters of Leviticus to train them to worship and partake of Him and to live a holy, clean, and rejoicing life.
    II. The record in Leviticus 8 is concerning the consecration of Aaron and his sons, the priests:
    A. This indicates that the offerings in chapters 1 through 7 are for the consecration, or ordination, of the priests.
    B. In Hebrew the word consecrate (Exo. 28:41; 29:9, 33, 35) means "to fill the hands"; through Aaron's consecration to receive the holy position of the high priest, his empty hands were filled (Lev. 8:25-28).
    C. Our consecration for the priesthood must be with the all-inclusive Christ as all the five offerings (the burnt offering, the meal offering, the sin offering, the trespass offering, and the peace offering) "filling our hands" for our enjoyment.
    D. Whatever Christ is to us and does for us, as typified by the offerings, is to constitute us priests—1 Pet. 2:5, 9; Rev. 1:6; 5:10; cf. 2:6.
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  • 本篇資訊是這次訓練的總結。利未記二十六章是一段警告的話。一至二節陳明三個彼此關聯且極其美妙的結晶,就是關於神自己、神所完成的工作以及神工作的結果—作基督身體的召會。三至十三節說到順從者所蒙的福;他們被構成為順從的,因為他們尊重、顧到頭兩節所說的三件事,他們為此獻上自己。十四至三十九節說不順從者所受的懲治,那是給以色列人的警告。但是他們不聽、不順從,就受了非常嚴厲的懲治。利未記生命讀經,以及根據生命讀經所編的聖經恢複本註解,正確的解釋了這些預表,並且把每一點都應用在召會生活中。盼望我們都能仔細讀利未記二十六章。






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  • 在這次訓練裡,我們用兩篇資訊說到“禧年”這個廣闊、豐富且豐滿的題目。在此我們先來回顧上一篇資訊的一些要點。








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  • 禧年是節期中的節期。在利未記裡,禧年這件事非常重大。在以賽亞六十一章,有關於禧年的預言。在路加四章,有禧年的應驗,也就是禧年的實際。當主來了,就進到新約時代,恩典時代;這整個時代都是禧年。直到今天,禧年已經持續兩千年之久,並且還沒有結束。當主再來時,會有一個特別的禧年為著以色列人,也有一個特別的禧年為著得勝者。最終,禧年的終極完成乃是新天新地裡的新耶路撒冷,直到永遠,那將是永遠的禧年。







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  • 基督乃是利未記二十三章所描述之一切節期的實際。本篇資訊,我們要來看復活的基督作為初熟節、五旬節和住棚節的實際。在資訊的每一大段,都會有一個專特的負擔,說到我們如何經歷基督在復活裡作為美地的實際。以色列人每年的節期,是根據他們在美地上的勞苦,並將美地的出產帶到神所命定的地方;若沒有在美地上的勞苦,就沒有節期。可以說,在美地上的勞苦與出產,都是聯於對基督的經歷。








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