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Notes on the Book of Leviticus by Charles…

Notes on the Book of Leviticus (1860)

by Charles Henry Mackintosh

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In the Person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ there is an infinite fullness, which meets every necessity of man, both as a sinner and as a worshiper. The infinite dignity of His Person gives eternal value to His work. In the book of Genesis we have seen "God's remedy for man's ruin" in the promised seed-the Ark of Salvation, and in the rich unfoldings of divine grace to fallen and sinful man. There we have the Bud, the full-blown glories and fragrance of which shall yet fill the heavens and the earth with joy and gladness.In the book of Exodus we have seen "God's answer to man's question." There, man is not only outside of Eden, but he has fallen into the hands of a cruel and powerful enemy,-he is the bond-slave of the world. How is he to be delivered from Pharaoh's thraldom-from Egypt's furnace? How can he be redeemed, justified, and brought into the promised land? God only could answer such questions, and this He did in the blood of the slain Lamb. In the redemption-power of that blood, every question is settled. It meets Heaven's highest claims, and man's deepest necessities. Through its amazing efficacy, God is glorified, man is redeemed, saved, justified, and brought to God's holy habitation; while the enemy is completely overthrown, and his power destroyed.… (more)

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