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April 5th: Leviticus 10 & Mark 4:1-34

Alastair Roberts

April 5th: Leviticus 10 & Mark 4:1-34

April 4, 2020
Alastair Roberts
Alastair Roberts

Nadab and Abihu. Teaching in parables.

[New Testament section begins at 16:36]

Some passages referenced:

Genesis 3 (the Fall of Adam and Eve); Genesis 9 (the Fall of Ham); Genesis 16 (the Fall of Abram and Sarai); Genesis 32 (the Fall of Israel); 1 Kings 10 (the Fall of Solomon); Leviticus 9:24 (the fire of the Lord consumes the sacrifices); Exodus 24:1-2, 9-18 (the covenant ceremony at Sinai); 1 Kings 12 (Jeroboam sets up golden calves).

Isaiah 6 (Isaiah’s call); Isaiah 61:11, Jeremiah 31:27, Ezekiel 36:9, Hosea 2:23 (sowing the restored people in the land); Joel 3:13 (the sickle and the harvest); Ezekiel 17 (Ezekiel’s parable of the two eagles and the cedar); Daniel 4:21 (the tree in which the birds make their nests); Daniel 2:35 (the stone becoming a great mountain).

Reflections upon the readings from the ACNA Book of Common Prayer (http://bcp2019.anglicanchurch.net/).

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