SERMON SERIES: Strange Laws And The God Who Wrote Them
Anyone who’s read the book of Leviticus knows: God made some strange laws. ...Don’t eat tigers? Make the tabernacle exactly fifteen feet wide? Burn a goat to make God happy?
When you come across some of these commandments you have to wonder, “Why??”
In this series, we'll seek to find out what we can learn about God and ourselves from the weird rules in the Old Testament, and find there's plenty to discover.
PART 1: DON'T EAT THAT
Ever read through the dietary restrictions God gave to ancient Israel? There's some...interesting stuff in there. But it may teach us some important things about our Heavenly Father—and about us as well.
6/11/17 Speaker: Justin Gerhardt
PART 2: BLUEPRINTS
What can we learn about the God of the universe from a modular building? As it turns out, a lot. In this message, we'll take a look at the über-detailed blueprints God gave to the ancient Israelites for the construction of the Tabernacle, and we'll explore 3 important things this structure shows us about the God who designed it.
6/18/17 Speaker: Justin Gerhardt
PART 3: ON THE ALTAR
The whole concept of animal sacrifice in the Old Testament strikes us as confusing at best and barbaric at worst. So is there an sense to be made of it? In this message, we'll explore these strange laws and learn some valuable things about our Heavenly Father in the process.
6/25/17 Speaker: Justin Gerhardt