Leviticus Chapter 13

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Jehovah God is Transcendent.  He is apart from His creation.  He teaches Israel how to look at infections and to make a distinction between the clean and unclean and what to do with the unclean.

Leviticus Chapter 12

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Jehovah God is Self-Sufficient.  He does not need any of His creation to bring about His will or His purpose.  He chooses to use women, His Word, and me because it is His good pleasure, not His need, that governs His choice.

Leviticus Chapter 11

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Jehovah God is Self–Existent.  He exists by Himself. He will exist even when his creation does not.  He makes up His creation.  He chooses what is clean and what is unclean.  He makes up my existence.

Leviticus Chapter 10

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Jehovah God is Immutable.  He does not change. Aaron will keep silent.  He has Nadab and Abihu carried away to outside the camp?  Does what He command that He will not die and He may not become wrathful against all the congregation?  Aaron and his sons Eleazar and Ithamar did according to the WORD of Moses.  Do not drink wine or strong drink when that they come in the sanctuary that they may not die.  Make a distinction between holy and the profane, and between the clean and the unclean. Teach the sons of Israel all the statutes, which He has spoken to us through Moses.  The wave offering will be a thing perpetually due Aaron and his sons with him, just as He has commanded Moses was angry with Aaron’s surviving sons Eleazar and Ithamar. He will never be made to change.

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Jehovah God is Eternal.  He is the cause of time.  He is the morning and the evening, one day.  He is today and over 3,000 years ago.  He is time.

Leviticus Chapter 8

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Jehovah God is Omnipotent.  He can do anything. He makes the priesthood.  He puts it into their hearts to do.  He makes Moses to consecrate them and do what He wants to be done.  He makes it happen.  He has it written down for me.  He is all-powerful.

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Jehovah God is Omniscient.  He knows everything. He knows His guilt offering and His sin offering and His grain offering and His burnt offering and His ordination offering and His peace offerings.  He knows what they mean to the sons of Israel and to the sons of Aaron.  He knows what they mean to Him.  He wants to accept us and this is a way for us to be accepted before Him.  He knows His future.  He knows my future.  He is all-knowing.