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Notes on Numbers 11-13

One of the things that always astounds me is the frequency with which the children of Israel take God for granted. They walked across the dry land when the Red Sea parted for them. They literally see the presence of God as a massive cloud and pillar of fire that surrounds their tabernacle every day.… Continue reading Notes on Numbers 11-13

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Notes on Numbers 7-10

The construction of the tabernacle, altar, and the sacrificial tools was finished and the blessing of these instruments commenced in Numbers 7. The amount of detail God keeps record of in the book of Numbers is astounding. The number of people, sacrificed animals, weight of the tools, etc. are all written down for us to… Continue reading Notes on Numbers 7-10

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Notes on Numbers 5-6

CHAPTER 5 God, whose name is Jealous (Exodus 34:14), has some pretty strong laws against adultery. If a man becomes jealous of his wife (as God is jealous when we go astray), he should take her before the priest and make an offering. The priest is to take an “earthen vessel” and fill it with… Continue reading Notes on Numbers 5-6

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Notes on Numbers 3-4

Numbers 3 and 4 are various lists concerning the Levite priests and their specific roles. Three sons of Levi, Gershon, Kohath, and Merari were responsible for moving and maintaining the components of the tabernacle. They were not to be soldiers. The firstborn of the Levites especially belonged to God. Their priesthood was to begin at… Continue reading Notes on Numbers 3-4

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Notes on Numbers 1-2

The book of Numbers begins with, you guessed it, numbers. The first two chapters lists the leaders of the tribes and numbers the armies from each tribe except the Levites, as their job is to set up, tear down, maintain, and move the tabernacle and its contents. The soldiers are only men who are 20… Continue reading Notes on Numbers 1-2

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Notes on Leviticus 26-27

When God made a covenant with Moses, it was conditional. If the Israelites obeyed, then they would live in a peace filled land of immense wealth that produces fruit, milk, and honey. Their military would be so powerful that a few soldiers could scare away an army 20 times larger. However, if the Israelites didn’t… Continue reading Notes on Leviticus 26-27

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Notes on Leviticus 24-25

A mixed-race boy (Semitic and Hamitic) from the tribe of Dan (Antichrist) cursed God and blasphemed in public. His punishment, according to Leviticus 24:14, was to be stoned to death. Mohammad, in his attempt to usurp the story of Moses for his own, made this idea a foundational doctrine for Islam. Therefore, even drawing an… Continue reading Notes on Leviticus 24-25

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Notes on Leviticus 22-23

There are seven feasts that the Israelites are supposed to have for God. There are the Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of Firstfruits, Feast of Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, and Feast of Tabernacles. Each one bears special significance for the Israelites as well as Christians. Passover is a remembrance of when… Continue reading Notes on Leviticus 22-23

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Notes on Leviticus 19-21

Leviticus 19:15 says “Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgment: thou shalt not respect the person of the poor, nor honour the person of the mighty; but in righteousness shalt thou judge thy neighbor.” This verse is both an anti-Marxist and anti-Capitalist attack. We should not hold up the powerful, wealthy titans of industry as… Continue reading Notes on Leviticus 19-21

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Notes on Leviticus 16-18

Leviticus 16 gives us a picture of Christ as the scapegoat. A bullock and a goat are killed as burnt offerings for the Israelites, while an additional goat is to take on “all their transgressions in all their sins (verse 21)” so that this goat would “bear upon him all their iniquities unto a land… Continue reading Notes on Leviticus 16-18