The end of 2 Samuel is chronologically wonky. It’s not meant to be in order, but it’s like the forgotten highlights that didnt’ make into the chronological part. Another way to look at it is as an overview of his legacy. We all know King David is about to die, so let’s look over some […]
This section is one of my favorites from the whole Bible. God is teaching Moses and Aaron to represent Him with self-sacrificing compassion. He Himself is going to die for people who grumble against Him, and here He is doing a little bit of that kind of training on Moses and Aaron.
Here are some cool bits from early in Numbers. People are dedicated to the Lord and being formed into His people. At the same time, Moses and Aaron are being formed into High Priests – the men that will represent God to the people and vice versa.
A couple of years ago, I tried to fill a little notebook with one Bible thought per day. I found it recently and there are some pages empty, so I’m backfilling them. Here is one today from Numbers 31:6 about Phinehas.
Sermon on Numbers 1-10, where God’s grace is already showing up and the order of travel is established for the Hebrews as they head to the promised land.