One might think that a commentary on Leviticus would be as dry as a mouthful of sand in the desert, but Scottish preacher Andrew Bonar unfolds and unpacks the beauty to be found in the third book of the Scriptures. Bonar lived and served as a pastor in the 19th century and was a friend of Robert Murray M'Cheyne. He and M'Cheyne had a passion for understanding how the types in the Old Testament showed Christ, since all Scripture speaks of him. Bonar's explanations are simple, yet highly accurate and devotional. One will not only see the connections between the Jewish sacrificial system and the Messiah, but will be led into worship and praise. Highly recommended for all who take their Bible seriously. Also recommended is Bonar's brother Horatius' "Everlasting Righteousness".