Terry Francis, one of the Evangelists at East Shelby, shares some of his thoughts and discoveries from studying the scriptures. Feel free to check back for new posts!
February 13: Numbers 8–10
- When did the Levites begin service? When did they retire?
- Where did Israel go when they left Sinai?
February 14: Numbers 11–12
- What complaint do the Israelites have?
- What was the cause of Miriam and Aaron’s rebellion?
February 15: Numbers 13–14
- What was the report of the spies?
- How did Moses intercede for Israel?
February 16: Numbers 15–16
- What happened to the one who broke the Sabbath?
- What did God do to Korah and those who rebelled?
February 17: Numbers 17–20
- What did God do to end the grumbling in chapter 17?
- What happened at Meribah?
February 18: Numbers 21–23
- How were people cured of the fiery serpents’ bite?
- What happens in the story of Balaam?
February 19: Numbers 24–26
- Who did Israel worship at Peor?
- How many people were numbered in the new generation? How does that compare to the beginning of the book?
January 30: Exodus 36–40
- What was on top of the Ark? What did this signify?
- Why was the Tabernacle and its contents consecrated?
January 31: Leviticus 1–4
- What was an acceptable animal for a burnt offering?
- How was the bull killed for the sin offering?
February 1: Leviticus 5–7
- Did the Law make accommodations for those who could not afford a lamb? What were they?
- What were the priestly responsibilities in regards to the offerings?
February 2: Leviticus 8–10
- How long did it take to ordain the priests?
- Why did Nadab and Abihu die?
February 3: Leviticus 11–12
- How were clean animals identified?
- What was required for a mother to be purified after giving birth?
February 4: Leviticus 13–14
- How would a priest know if someone was healed of leprosy?
- What was required of a leper to be cleansed?
February 5: Leviticus 15–17
- What was done on the Day of Atonement?
- Why could the Israelites not eat blood?
The schedule for this week's readings are in a post dated January 22. Enjoy this week's lesson from our reading.