Leviticus: Holy

We all have things about ourselves we’d love to change – our looks, our habits, our thoughts, our regrets. God doesn’t though. God doesn’t need to change or improve. He has no regrets, no flaws to fix. God is Holy – different to us & perfect in every way.

He wants us to be Holy too. ‘Be Holy because I, the Lord your God, am Holy’ (Lev 19:2)

He has the power to make us Holy. ‘I am the Lord, who makes you holy.’ (Lev 20:8)

Find out from Leviticus what a ‘Holy’ life looks like for you – one that’s different, authentic, & perfect like God’s.

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