Tag Archives: Numbers

September 29, 2019, Numbers 14:10b – 20 – Post 3

X. The past two weeks we have had before us one episode in the Hebrews’ journey from Egypt to Canaan, the mission to spy out the land and population of Canaan. Twelve are picked for the task/mission. Could we say … Continue reading

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September 29, 2019, Numbers 14:10b – 20 – Post 2

VII. “But Moses said to the Lord …. “ (Numbers 14:13-19) At 14:11 we read, “And the Lord said to Moses, “How long … “” Should we call this exchange a prayer, a conversation, a dialogue, two monologues? You might … Continue reading

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September 29, 2019, Numbers 14:10b – 20

I. Last week we read of the spies trip into Canaan, their return to the Hebrew encampment, and the problems and divisions, and threats of death which resulted from their reports. This week we read of God’s appearing to the … Continue reading

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September 22, 2019, Numbers 13; 14:1-10a – Post 3

IX. Before we move on to the activities of the weekend, let me put one more thought before you. I have often thought of approaching Scripture with different lens (or templates) that might help us draw out the meanings and … Continue reading

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September 22, 2019, Numbers 13; 14:1-10a – Post 2

VIII. Do you think the remarks from Monday on “practice” were too thin or unsatisfying?  I still wonder about that. Yesterday, on the drive to work, I heard a selection from Oswald Chambers that in my mind connected with what … Continue reading

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September 22, 2019, Numbers 13; 14:1-10a

I. We are going to spend two weeks considering this episode in the Israelites trek to Canaan. This week we will take Numbers 13 and Numbers 14 through the first half of verse 10, and next week we take up … Continue reading

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