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This book was written in order to show Israelites the ways to live a holy life and how to worship the Lord, our God. Moses teaches, in the book of Leviticus, that the people of God are to be holy, just as God himself is holy (NKJV “Leviticus”). Leviticus 8 depicts the scene of Aaron’s atonement, by Moses, as directed by the Lord (NKJV “Leviticus”). The book of Leviticus also teachers readers that God will forgive those who have sinned as long as they believe in him and have given themselves to him. (Joshua) The book of Joshua one of a narrative genre.
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