Monthly Archives: February 2011

Numbers 11-13: Why God Chose Moses

Numbers 12:3 says this: Now the man Moses was very meek, more than all people who were on the face of the earth. What a title, the meekest man on earth. It’s no wonder that He was chosen to lead … Continue reading

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Numbers 8-10: Following God

The people of Israel were never without a visual reminder of the presence of God in their midst. Numbers 9 tells us that God was with them as a cloud covering the tabernacle by day and as fire by by … Continue reading

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Numbers 7: Why the Repeats?

There are certain parts of Scripture that are filled with repeating patterns. This is especially true when we are dealing with the 12 tribes of Israel. In the case of Numbers 7, the repetition is found in the description of … Continue reading

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Five Guys v. In’n’Out

Yesterday I experienced the East Coast mystery that is Five Guys burgers. I have heard the hype, tasted for myself, and now I feel ready to make an informed decision on whether or not it truly dethrones the reigning king … Continue reading

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Numbers 5-6: Suspicious Husbands

No doubt one of the oddest passages in the Bible is Numbers 5:11-31, which recounts the procedure by which a jealous husband may determine whether his wife had indeed been unfaithful. It is full of unusual rituals and cursings, and … Continue reading

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Numbers 3-4: Levites and Firstborn

I have to admit that I am having the most difficult time writing about Numbers 3-4. There are times when the text speaks to you and you hear it, and other times when you can’t hear. I feel like this … Continue reading

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Where High The Heavenly Temple Stands

This morning, Dr. Carson mentioned a hymn that deals with the idea of Christ as our high priest that is woven throughout the book of Hebrews. The hymn is called, Where High The Heavenly Temple Stands, written by the Scottish … Continue reading

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