God invites us to live in close proximity to his holy presence. This seems awesome, but it's actually dangerous. Explore the book of Leviticus and how the sacrificial rituals and purity practices cleared the way for a morally corrupt people to become God’s covenant partners. We will draw a direct link from Leviticus to what Jesus did through his life, death, and resurrection.
How do we deal with our faults and flaws? When we identify specific relationship killers in ourselves, will we tell others to deal with it, or will we deal with it? The Apostle Paul gives us guidance to overcome relationship killers by following one command: Love one another just as Jesus Christ has loved us. (Ephesians 4:32)
One of the roadblocks to stepping into our purpose is our own feelings of insecurity or inadequacy. We will learn how God chose Moses, who dealt with insecurity, inadequacy, and an identity crisis, to become one of the most humble effective leaders of all time. We are qualified to fulfill our purpose because God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness.