In Mark 2:1-12 Jesus healed a paralytic man, and he also forgave the man his sins. This caused quite a stir, since nobody can forgive sins but God alone.
Joshua 1 tells of God’s Commission to Joshua. The LORD gave the order to Cross the Jordan, “Only be strong and of a good courage”.
Joshua 2 tells the story of the innkeeper Rahab and the spies. From this story we get the idiom “a scarlet thread”.
Psalm 24, of David. Here the Psalm is illustrated with beautiful pictures. Enjoy!
Matthew 9:1-17. Jesus continued his healing ministry, he healed a paralytic, but the real story is; Jesus forgave him his sins, a blasphemy unless Jesus is who he said he is. Then he called Matthew the tax collector and explained why his disciples did not fast while Jesus was with them.
Leviticus 14 deals with leprosy and mildew and what to do with both. Things like that are complicated.
Leviticus 15 deals with bodily discharges. (Hang in there, next chapter deals with the Atonement.
Mark 2, Jesus heals a Paralytic, calls Levi, is questioned about fasting, is Lord of the Sabbath.
Levi was his given name. Jesus gave him the new name Matthew “Gift of the LORD”.