Bible Reading Plan (Day 98)

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DAY NINETY-EIGHT – Leviticus 13, Psalms 15-16

Lev 13

This chapter gave me a lot of itchy mental images if you know what I mean. I have never seen leprosy, except perhaps on some pictures but not in real life experiences. So thus says the LORD concerning leprosy and what to do about it. On a person’s skin and garments made of skin, could leprosy be found and dealt with. The person is to be declared clean or unclean depending on the priest’s judgement of what the skin looks like according to what God has said. If there is a case for leprosy the person is to be indoors or so for seven days and a garment would be shut somewhere for seven days also. After seven days the priest examines to see if the disease has spread or done anything. Then again they have to judge whether it is clean or unclean and whether if the person/garment shall be alone for some more seven days. This was a very detailed chapter by the way.

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Psalms 15, 16

Psalm 15: I may just be short on these [Psalms]. Who shall dwell God’s tent? The one who is right with Him. The righteous do not want to or look at evil. And if they abstain from such things they will not be shaken.

This Psalm 16, is it all prophetic? Besides the verse where we find that the LORD’s Holy One will not see corruption (verse 10), I think that verse 3 is very interesting on which it says, “As for the saints in the land, they are the excellent ones, in whom is all my delight.” I thought this because our Lord Jesus Christ would take delight on his saints, on his disciples. Perhaps it is, perhaps it is not.

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