What can turn God's glory from a blessing into a curse? Leviticus 10:1–7 looks forward to the evening sermon on the coming Lord's Day. In these seven verses of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that when we approach the Lord in our own way, His glory becomes a curse to us rather than a blessing.
A good illustration can definitely help bring understanding to the subject of a sermon. In this chapter of Proverbs, Solomon shares an illustration with his son about the dangers of the strange woman. Through this illustration we can see the dangers of allowing ungodly influences into our lives.
The Prophet tells of to consider Abraham, the rock from which we were hewn (digged). He is "The Father" of the faithful, who with just him and his wife Sarah achieved a vast number of children that are innumerable. It was he alone that God worked with, given the promises, and developed a great number of nations (The Church), those sheep of another fold, that Christ would bring with Him. We are called to such exploits to achieve our walk of faith.
Thsi Palm Sunday / Triumphal Entry sermon will help you to re-think your "default" when it comes to your understanding of the kind of King that Jesus is. Learn about God's "natural work" and his "strange work". This message will call you to fall into the arms of the Lord Jesus in true repentance and faith.
As we run into the strange woman again in the book of Proverbs, we are given another warning to stay far form her. Through studying this portion of scripture every Christian can learn how to deal with ungodly influences, before those influences defeat them.
In this chapter we number the tribe of Leviticus and see how God divides them according to the three sons of Levi in placing them around the Tabernacle and then placing the offspring of Aaron and Moses at the door (on the east) between the Tabernacle and the tribe of Judah and Camp of Judah.
Also Reference: Leviticus 27, Leviticus 10:1-2