Bible Reading Plan: Week of March 2

March 2: Leviticus 13

Suggested questions:

1) When a person had what appeared to be leprosy, they were declared "unclean" and isolated for some time. This isolation had both spiritual and physical implications. Why would the person be isolated or quarantined?

2) Based upon isolation over the physical concerns, do we see anything similar to this today?

March 3: Leviticus 14

Suggested questions:

1) Why do you think there was concern over the plague (mold) being in a house?

2) The elements of the unusual ritual in verses 4-7 point to the future sacrifice of the Messiah on the cross, who would cleanse those stained with the leprosy of sin. Can you point to a parallel in any of the Gospel accounts?

March 4: Leviticus 15-16

Suggested questions:

1) The reasons for these guidelines for cleansing were: a) spiritual/ritual b) physical/health c) neither d) both a & b

2) What is a scapegoat?

March 5: Leviticus 17-18

Suggested questions:

1) Instruction is given not to consume blood, and the reason given is because life is in the blood and blood is shed for a purpose; what is that purpose?

2) The children of Israel were instructed to NOT conduct themselves in the same way as those who occupied the land of Canaan. Is there a biblical principle in the instruction that would apply to us? If so, what would it be?

March 6: Leviticus 19-21

Suggested questions:

1) What personal provisions for caring for the poor are outlined in this passage?

2) What would be the equivalent of this practice/principle today?

March 7: Leviticus 22-23

Suggested questions:

1) What type of offering would not be accepted by God?

2) How many feasts or holy convocations are listed in this passage?

March 8: Discussion

Suggested discussion questions:

1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?

2) What insights did you gain about God?

3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?

4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?