In My Statutes

The last reading from the book of Leviticus is called “In My Statutes”, or Bechukotai (בחקותי). The name comes from the first verse of the reading, which begins with the words “If you walk in My statutes …” (Leviticus 26:3). This thirty-third reading of the “Bible in a year” promises blessings and rewards for Israel if they will keep the Instructions, but punishment and curses if they break the commandments of Instructions. The last chapter discusses laws pertaining to vows, valuations and tithes.


Pentateuch Outline

  • Leviticus 26:14 | Penalties for Disobedience
  • Leviticus 27:1 | Votive Offerings

Prophets Outline

  • Jer 16:14 | God Will Restore Israel
  • Jer 17:1 | Judah’s Sin and Punishment
  • Jer 17:14 | Jeremiah Prays for Vindication
  • Jer 17:19 | Hallow the Sabbath Day

Gospels Outline

  • Luke 14:1-15:32, Mathew 21:33-46 | Parables

Letters Outline

  • Romans 6-7 | The instructions are Holy and our flesh wars with the Holiness

Revelation Outline

  • Revelations 7, 14 | Commandments of God + Faith in Jesus

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