Peace-Offering

  • John 14:27. Christ left His peace on earth.
  • John 16:33. Peace in tribulation.
  • Lev. 3:1, 2, 8. Confessed sin over offering.
  • Isa. 57:21. No peace with a sinful heart.
  • Lev. 3:3-5; 7:30. The one desiring peace separated the fat.
  • Ps. 37:20. Fat represented sin.
  • 2 Cor. 13:5. Must examine our hearts if we desire peace.
  • Lev. 7:32, 33. Shoulder given to the priest that offered the blood.
  • 1 John 1:7. Christís blood cleanses us.
  • Isa. 96. Government of all that concerns us must be laid on the shoulder of the Prince of Peace.
  • Isa. 22:22. The key to every path before us must be laid on Christís shoulder.
  • Lev. 7:30, 31. Breast given the priest.
  • Isa. 40:11. Carries the lambs in His bosom.
  • John 13:23-25. John leaned on Christís breast. Perfect open communion between the soul and Christ.
  • Deut. 18:3. Maw, or stomach, given priest.
  • Num. 11:4-10. No peace with appetite uncontrolled.
  • 1 Cor. 10:6; Dan. 1:8. Peace with controlled appetite.
  • Deut. 18:3. Cheeks given priest.
  • Isa. 50:6; Matt. 26:67. Christís cheeks betrayed neither shame nor anger. Peace within gives victory.
  • Phil. 4:7. The peace of God which passeth understanding obtained only by surrender to Christ.
  • Col. 3:15; Ps. 119:165. Peace must rule the life.
  • 2 Peter 3:14. "Be diligent that ye may be found of Him in peace."

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