<![CDATA[I know that many people read the book of Leviticus and think, "That's Old Testament, Mosaic Law and we're not under the law. Therefore this book of the Bible doesn't apply to us any longer because we're under grace." My response to that is that first of all, grace is not a license to sin. The apostle Paul asked the rhetorical question, "Shall we continue in sin that grace may about? God forbid! How shall we that are dead to sin live any longer therein?" (Rom. 6:1). Grace does not render the standard of holiness null-and-void for the people of God, whether those people are the Jews in the Old Testament, the church in the New Testament, or in this church in the twenty-first century.]]>
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