The book of Leviticus consists of 106 paintings in the Wiedmann Bible. In these, Wiedmann presents the sacrificial laws, such as those surrounding food, peace, or sin offerings, describes purity laws, such as which animals are clean or unclean, and introduces the ministry of the priesthood. He also portrays the laws of God for large festivals and for everyday life. These include, for example, that humanity must work for six days and rest on the seventh.