Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord? (NSBT) by Michael Morales

I. Love. This. Book. I could string together enough positive adjectives to describe it to fully wrap three Christmas trees. Instead of exhausting the thesaurus, however, let me tell you why I love this book with descriptive nouns—essence, landscape, theme, theology, insight, wisdom, and treasures.

Morales knows how to step back and take in the horizon, so much so that after reading this book I have a much better grasp of not only Leviticus but the whole Pentateuch. For that matter, the whole OT and even the whole Bible are clearer. I know you think I’m getting carried away, but give it a try. The details are many, but they are not wasted. God is really after a sanctuary where we meet Him.

I’m not going to review the contents as I often do because I think you’ll enjoy the experience I had—just diving in with no idea of what to expect and just enjoying discovery after discovery.

As I read this book I fell more in love with Leviticus. Leviticus! You know, the place where Bible reading plans come to die!

The NSBT was developed into a mighty forest and this one is a Redwood. I could only wish that all 66 books of the Bible had such a one to honor it as this one does Leviticus.

I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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