All I Am And All I Have

"Smoke and Fire" - Tim Mannin

ALL I AM AND ALL I HAVE: Teachings from Leviticus (Part 4) This morning we walk through the process and the purpose of the Tabernacle and what significance this "sacred space" had in a Hebrew's life. In our culture we often treat church as a "sacred space" and would never do, say, or watch the same things we do at home. Our participation in sin has a direct correlation to the space we are in. Sometimes we must violently cut away things in our life in order to regain ourself, our sacred space. (Exodus 25:8-9, Hebrews 12:1-2, 1 Cor. 3 & 6) 

"Sacred Feasts" - Tim Mannin

ALL I AM AND ALL I HAVE; Teachings from Leviticus (Part 3) In the tradition of the Jewish feats we see God's design of a communal and rhythmic purpose. In our world today we have a rhythm through our calendars. Your calendar tells a story about you, your life, your focus, and God. Whose calendar is it? It's easy for us to say we have His love is in our head and our heart, but is His love shown in the rhythm of how we move and live? (Lev. 23:1-3, John 1:14, Exodus 31:12-15)

"Goats In The Desert" - Tim Mannin

ALL I AM AND ALL I HAVE: Teachings from Leviticus (Part 2) Many of us have heard the Bible reference "The Day of Atonement," but what does it specifically mean? What were the customs and practices that were involved in this? What was the overall purpose of the Jewish people and their scapegoat? What are the correlations between their sacrifice and Jesus as the ultimate sacrifice? This morning we discover, remember, and celebrate the once and for all sacrifice that Jesus made by taking on our sins. (Leviticus 16, John 19, Hebrews 9 & 10) 

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"All I Am And All I Have" - Tim Mannin

ALL I AM AND ALL I HAVE: Teachings from the book of Leviticus (Part 1) Examining the details of a Levitical sacrifice, we compare it to our world and our life today. Because of what God gave us through His Son's sacrifice, we no longer are required to sacrifice the same way as they did in Leviticus. In light of that, what does it mean to give God our first and our best? What is it that He is calling us to give? (Lev. 1:1-9, Matt 5:48, Lev. 19:2)