Welcome to week 6 of The Well’s Torah Reading Plan! We are beginning Leviticus with chapters 1-15!

You can find and download the Week 6 Read-Along Guide here and the Reflection Page here!

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Within the book of Leviticus, you will come across some language that you might already feel very familiar with, especially if you grew up around church culture. However, because we are so used to hearing these words, we might not realize the depth of their original definitions. Of course, we should use tools that can help us directly look up the ancient Hebrew language, such as Bible Hub Lexicon. But we can simply look up the English definition of the word too. Although the latter method might seem less accurate, keep in mind that Bible translators pay special attention to the definition of English words when choosing which ones will most accurately reflect the Hebrew. So feel encouraged to look up some of the words that seem important, such as “holiness” and “atonement”, using both methods, even if you think you may already know what they mean.

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The Read-Along Guide has notes, questions, literary elements and prayers written throughout it. This guide is not exhaustive but was created to assist you while you engage Scripture with the hopes of modeling what it looks like to do an in-depth study of a passage. Feel free to print off this guide and mark it up with your own observations and questions! 

The Reflection Page is a short document that provides some basic questions, themes, and a prayer to assist you in your study of the passage. This resource was designed to give you a quick overview of the passage to help get you started! 

Both guides were designed to be tools for you, but our main hope is that you will engage Scripture in a way that is best for you!  You can use these resources together, separate, or not at all, but we pray that you’ll be encouraged as you engage the grand narrative of the gospel!

For further study of the passage, we highly recommend The Bible Project and The ESV Study Bibleas well as our general bible-study guide called How to Let the Bible Read You.