A Shared High Priest: Melchizedek’s Meaning – Genesis 14, Psalm 110 & Hebrews 5 – 7

Unity, Diversity and Our Identity in Christdiversity
Part 13 of 14

Melchizedek may not take up a lot of space in the biblical story, but the priesthood he represents has eternal significance.

A Shared High Priest Gen, Psa, Heb 5-7.pdf                   

A Shared High Priest Gen, Psa, Heb 5-7.mp3

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39 Books: Leviticus – Worship and Walk

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Leviticus: Worship and Walk

In Leviticus, God emphasizes his perfect holiness, but shows his less-than-perfect people how they may still approach him.

03 Leviticus.pdf           03 Leviticus.mp3

Palmer St. Podcast: No Turning Back

“The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried.”    – G.K. Chesterton, in What’s Wrong with the World

The problem is not new.  People begin in the faith but don’t finish.  Today’s passage gives us the classic example.

Numbers 13-14.mp3

Numbers 13-14.pdf

Numbers 13-14.pptx

 

Palmer St. Podcast: Into His Presence

The Lord wants us to come into his presence and has made a way for us to do exactly that.  It is, however, the only way available.

Leviticus 8-10.mp3

Leviticus 8-10.pdf

Leviticus 8-10.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: Idolatry, etc.

 

We are wired for worship.  When we reject God, we quickly find an idol to fill the gap in our meaningless existence.

Exodus 32.mp3

Exodus 32.pdf

Exodus 32.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: Understanding Christ’s Priesthood

A priest in the Bible is a go-between, mediator, intercessor, or a liaison – someone to stand between people and God.  The Bible says we need someone like this because unholy people cannot stand before a perfectly holy God on their own merit.  Jesus is the perfect Man for the job.

Hebrews05a.mp3

Hebrews 05a.pdf

Hebrews 05a.pptx