The book of Numbers is the fourth book in the Bible and it’s been the same old story as in the other books, the Israelites seemed relentless on new ways to test God’s anger.  Although God had been quite faithful and patient with them there is so much that He can withstand.  As in the books before, it would not be complete without sets of problems, one of the problems was with Miriam (Moses sister) and Aaron opposing Moses and God almost kill her for that mistake.  The main event in the chapter was about when God commanded Moses to…

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Genesis 5:18 that the Bible gives any significant information about. This Enoch was the great-great-great-great-grandson of Adam. Genesis 5:22–24 says, “After he became the father of Methuselah, Enoch walked faithfully with God 300 years and had other sons and daughters. Altogether, Enoch lived a total of 365 years. Enoch walked faithfully with God; then he was no more, because God took him away.” Hebrews 11:5 gives a little more detail: “By faith Enoch was taken from this life, so that he did not experience death: ‘He could not be found, because God had taken him away.’ For before he was…

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God’s personal name is hidden in the middle of the first five books of the Bible, or the Torah. A simple code exposes the true name of God hidden for millennia in the book of Leviticus. Every 7th letter in Leviticus spells out YHWH/YHVH, for Yehuwah. Watch the video to learn more.

Watch the video below to learn more about the book of Leviticus.  This video is a review of the book of Leviticus, this is a book containing rituals for sacrifices, basic laws the Israelites had to abide by in order for the Lord’s presence to stay with them while they were camping by Mount Sinai in the wilderness.

Watch the video on the book of Numbers, which depicts out its literary design and flow of thought. The book of Numbers continue to inform readers about the Israelites, now still residing in the wilderness.  God continues to command Moses, this time to organize the Israelites by clans and to get prepared to move into the promised land.  As since the beginning, God’s chosen people continue to fail Him miserably with complaints, disobedience, and lies etc.  Nevertheless, God’s faithfulness will once more prove to be reliable as He prepares new ways not to destroy the Israelites completely but continue to…

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God is on a mission to remove evil from His good world, along with all of its corrosive effects. However, He wants to do it in a way that doesn’t involve removing humans. In this video, the Bible Project Team traces the theme of God’s “covering” over human evil through animal sacrifices that ultimately point to Jesus and his death and resurrection.  Watch the video to learn more.  Source: The Bible Project Team   Despite the fact that most humans long to live in a world where goodness and justice prevail, something always compels us to wreak havoc and destruction….

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God invites Israel to live in close proximity to his holy presence. Which seems awesome, but it’s actually dangerous. This book explores how the sacrificial rituals and purity practices cleared the way for morally corrupt Israelites to become God’s covenant partners.  Watch the video to learn more.  Source: The Bible Project Team

In order to heal the damage from Israel’s rebellion against His instructions, God established a way for people’s sins to be covered through a system of sacrifices in the laws of the covenant. These laws described in the Book of Leviticus serve a three-fold purpose: forgive acts of sin and spare people’s lives, show the world that Israel was God’s holy ambassador to the earth, and define standards of right and wrong that will fortify immense value to Christ’s sacrifice for humanity. Since God’s nature is absolutely good, no evil can ever be present near him – including humans tainted…

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What does the Bible really teach about heaven, and what is heaven’s relationship to earth? Watch the video to explore the surprising biblical viewpoint that heaven and earth were meant to overlap, and how Jesus is on a mission to bring them together once and for all. Christians often find themselves wrestling with the question, what is Heaven like? Without a doubt, it’s a question we would all love to know the answer to, but one that the Bible spends very little time focusing on. What we do know about Heaven, though, is that God’s realm and ours are a…

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The Israelites come to Mt. Sinai, where God invites them into a covenant relationship. He wants to make them his representatives to all the nations and come to personally live in their midst. But Israel rebels by making an idol of the golden calf, which is just a really bad idea.  Source:  The Bible Project Team

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