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BIBL 105 Week 6 Notes

by: Audrey Simmons

BIBL 105 Week 6 Notes BIBL 105

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Old Testament Survey
Dr. Chris Hulshof
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Date Created: 10/07/16
Numbers Numbers takes place after the Exodus from Egypt and the crossing of the Red Sea – should take 2 weeks on foot, but takes 40 years instead Ch 1-10: Wilderness of Sinai  Census of Israelites is taken  Given instructions on how to arrange the tribes around the tabernacle  The pillar of cloud by day / pillar of fire by night is symbolic of God’s presence among them  When it moves, they move; it leads their journey  In Old Testament times, God spoke to people through prophets and priests  Today, we have the word of god, the body of Christ  God lives inside of us, we no longer have to look through the pillar of cloud/fire because God is in us and through the spirit Ch 10-12: Travel Ch 11  Cloud above tabernacle leads Israelites through wilderness to Paran, they start complaining  They don’t want the manna anymore; Moses intercedes, God sends quail Ch 12  Israelite’s complaining reaches climax, Moses’ family publicly questions his leadership  Because of this, Aaron and Miriam are called before the tent of meeting  Miriam gets leprosy as a punishment  Moses intercedes on her behalf, so God heals her after one week of being shut out of camp Ch 13-19: Wilderness of Paran Ch 13-14  Moses sent one spy sent from each of the 12 tribes  10 came back claiming that the Canaanites would destroy them  They start a mutiny to appoint a new leader to bring them back to Egypt  2 came back optimistic  The people decided they didn’t trust God to keep them safe  God responds in 2 ways  He gives Israel exactly what they want, and forbids that generation from ever entering the Promised Land because of their disobedience & lack of faith  With grace – He does not forget the promises He made in the Abrahamic covenant, so He allows that their children’s generation will enter the land Ch 16-17  Korah’s Rebellion  Group of Levites (the priestly tribe, closest to tabernacle) rise up and question Moses’ leadership  They decide they want to go back to Egypt  Numbers 16:25-30 – giant earthquake Ch 20-21: Travel  Israel heads to third location in wilderness  Moses commanded to speak to a rock to get water  Instead, he gets angry & frustrated, strikes the rock twice, which disqualifies himself from entering the promised land  Puts himself in the place of God  The rock is symbolic of Christ – 1 Corinthians 10:1-5 Ch 21  Israel rebels, again  God responds by judging the people with a horde of serpents whose bite was deadly  But, He also provides a method of salvation – a bronze crafted serpent that was to be lifted up on a staff by Moses  John 3:14-15 – John likens the lifting up of the crafted serpent to the lifting up of Jesus on the cross  Moses provided healing from the lethal snake bite that would absolutely lead to death  Jesus provided ultimate form of healing from sin that would absolutely lead to death Ch 22-36: Wilderness of Moab Ch 22-25  The massive army of people marching towards his territory freaks out the king of Moab  He hires Balaam (pagan sorcerer who specialized in curses) to curse the Israelites  Balaam tries to curse Israel, only able to utter blessing – 3 times  Talking donkey thing  Ironically, God is providing for Israel and their safety, even as they complain in the wilderness  During 3 curse attempt, Balaam has a vision of a future Israelite king who will bring the judgment and blessing of God upon all nations Second generation  Entering into the promised land  Unlike first, second is faithful, trusts in gods provision as they begin their conquest of the promised land  Sets the stage for Deuteronomy, the final book of Pentateuch  Key points  God will not relent on his promises, but will allow his people to wander and stray in their own disobedience  Even in the judgment of god, theirs is grace and life that comes in ways we don’t expect


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