Welcome Join us as we explore how God is restoring all things in this day, including the Aaronic priesthood. The atoning death of our Messiah inaugurated exciting changes in our approach to God. While all things will be restored, Yeshua's (Jesus') sacrifice will alter their previous form and pattern. The Aaronic Priesthood will be restored but, like everything else, it will be in the context of Yeshua's death and resurrection.
Mission The House of Aaron is a Christ-centered ministry in the Body of Christ. We lift up Jesus Christ as the Messiah, the only name under heaven by which man must be saved. We acknowledge the triune God of the Bible: God, the Father; Jesus Christ, the Son; and the Holy Spirit. Our mission is to prepare the Body of Christ for His Second Coming; to restore the Biblical, Levitical ministry to its prophesied fullness in Jesus Christ and reconcile individuals, families, and fellowships to their places in the Body of Christ.
Levi and Aaron in Israel The House of Aaron is the Biblical name of the family of Israelite priests ordained by God to serve Him at the Tabernacle in the wilderness and, later, at the temple in Jerusalem. Aaronites were a family within the tribe of Levi. This entire tribe was called by God to minister to him and then to the people. The specific duties of the Levites were to assist Aaron in the work of the Tabernacle, in teaching, ministering in music and judging all the tribes of Israel. God made clear that Levi was to have no inheritance in the land but Him. (Deuteronomy 18:1-2) Thus, no territory was identified as Levi and Aaron's home. Instead, 48 Levitical cities were scattered about the land, some in each tribe to remind Levi that his ministry extended to all the tribes of Israel.
Aaron’s Priesthood Role Many have taught that the ministry of Aaron and Levi has been replaced. Some even say it has passed away. The Hebrew word "olam" is often translated "forever." This is the word we stand on when we say "The grass withers and the flower fades, but the Word of our God stands forever." (Isaiah 40:8) "Olam" is applied to the priesthood of Levi and Aaron numerous times in scripture. In fact, the concept of perpetual or forever is applied to the role of Levi and Aaron more times in scripture than anything else -- except the covenant God has made between Israel and the land he chose for them. Hebrews 7: 12 (NIV) states: "For when there is a change of the priesthood, there must also be a change of the law." We recognize that a change has been made in the priesthood and the Torah. God is no longer looking for sacrifices of flesh because the perfect sacrifice has been made. The priesthood of Aaron and Levi today is wholly centered on the person and work of Yeshua the Messiah. Our sacrifices of praise and consecration will be unto Him and for Him. Although many have an image of priesthood that is confining and restrictive, the priest in Israel never wedged himself between the worshipper and God. He stood, as a priest and teacher, to assist and serve the supplicant. His first call was to minister to God but then to also minister to the people. The houses of Aaron and Levi when fully restored will only exist to bless, serve, and teach the other tribes. Their leadership will not be "lording it" over the other tribes but a vehicle to be the servant of all. Instead of the high priest going into the Most Holy Place once a year, every believer is now called to enter boldly through the blood of Yeshua. In this day, the critical teaching role of Aaron is to point to the sinless way of the Lord. Come with us as we embark on the greatest task of history since the resurrection -- the restoration of all things.
Scriptural References Scriptures concerning God's plan for the ministry of Levi and Aaron include: Exodus 27:21, 28:29-30, 28:43, 29:9, 28, 42, 30:8, 30:21, 30:31, 40:15, Leviticus 6:18, 22, 7:34, 36, 10:9-11, 10:15, 17:7, 24:3, 8-9, 25:34, Numbers 10:8, 18:8, 11, 19, 23, 25:13, 1 Samuel 2:30, 35, 1 Chronicles 15:22, 23:13, 31, 2 Chronicles 29:7, Nehemiah 9:5, Psalm 73:26, Isaiah 66:21, Jeremiah 33:17-22, Ezekiel 43:18-27, 44:15-31, 46:14, Malachi 2:4, 3:3-4