The Sacrificing King
Forgiveness always costs. As 2 Samuel ends, we visit the site of the future temple where King David makes a sacrifice to save his people from judgement. This sacrifice is a shadow of Jesus who sacrifices himself to rescue us from judgement. King David’s willingness to lay down his life for Israel, his sheep, prepares us for Jesus, the good shepherd who dies for his sheep. Outline David’s grasping census (24:1-10) Consequences and compassion (24:11-25) Jesus, the self-sacrificing king

Holy Priesthood
Priestly Holiness Unholy Priests Numbers 12 & 20; 1 Samuel 1-2; Jeremiah 23:11; 26:8; Matthew 26:59 Jesus, our holy priest Hebrews 4:14-16

Holy People Holy God
What is holiness? (Leviticus 18:1-5) Holy Religion (Leviticus 17) Holy Relationships (Leviticus 18) Holy Lives (Leviticus 19) Be Holy, Because I Am Holy

The Day Of Atonement
Entering God's presence Jesus and the Day of Atonement Hebrews 9:23-28

Consuming Glory
An obedient priesthood (Leviticus 8-9) Disobedient priests (Leviticus 10) Leviticus and us… Our God is a consuming fire (Hebrews 12:28-29) Jesus is our priest (Hebrews 10:11-14)

Blood and Fire
Six Offerings (Leviticus 7:37-38) Burnt Offering (Leviticus 1) Grain Offering (Leviticus 2) Fellowship Offering (Leviticus 3) Jesus, our once for all offering (Hebrews 7:27; 10:19)

Waiting for the True Priest
Eli's Worthless Sons (2:12-17) Eli's Weak Rebuke (2:22-25) God's Word to Eli (2:26-36; 3:11-18) A New House Rises? (2:18, 26; 3:19-21) God's True Priest Hebrews 9:11-14