Study 25 From The Book of Numbers is: Numbers 33-35.
With this study we end the book of Numbers. The next study will take us to the book of Mark (Part 1)
- What details stand out in this statistical account which make one aware of the particular interests and concerns of Moses (see 33; 2) the ‘statistician’? What does he want his readers to take note of an remember?
- The theme of entry into a promised inheritance appears several times in the New Testament. especially Acts 20:32; Rom. 8:17; Gal. 3:29; Heb. 11 makes it clear that our real inheritance, both Israel’s and Christians’, is a heavenly one. What does Israel’s entry into its earthly inheritance teach us about preparing for an claiming our true inheritance? To what warnings ought we to pay heed?
- What can we learn from chapter 35 concerning God’s standards of judgement as regards manslaughter and murder?
Note. For consideration of Numbers 36 see study #20 few days ago.