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INSTE I:3 OT Week 4

Numbers & Deuteronomy

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Deuteronomy 6:4 Hear, Oh Israel, The LORD our God, the Lord is one.
Outline of Numbers I. Sinai to Kadesh-Barnea; II. In the desert; III. Kadesh-Barnea to Moab
Outline of Deuteronomy I. 1st Discourse (Historical); II. 2nd Discourse (Legislative); III. 3rd Dicourse (Didactic)
What does the Hebrew name of the Book of Numbers mean? In the desert
Why do we call it "Numbers"? Because it records the 2 censuses
Give an example of their complaint/failure in the desert. Rebellion of Miriam & Aaron against Moses (Leper)
What does the name of the Book of Deuteronomy mean? The second law
The Hebrew name of the book of Deuteronomy is Haddeb-harim, which means The Words
Deuteronomy records three discourse of Moses. Where did these take place? The plains of Moab, at the Jordan River
Who were the only 2 of the 1st generation to enter the Promised Land? Caleb & Joshua
10 Commandments No other gods; no idols; not misuse the name of the Lord; Sabbath; honor your FA & MO; no murder; no adultery; no stealing; no false testimony; no covet
The historical part of Numbers and Deuteronomy covers a period of 38 years
How many censuses are found in the book of Numbers? 2
Whic of the tribes asked Moses to give them their inheritance east of Jordan? Reuben, Gad, Manasseh
Which of the following phrases describes the spiritual condition of the people of Israel in the desert? Murmurings and idolatry
What phrases describe the book of Deuteronomy? Repetition of the law; The 2nd Law; Entrance into the Promised Land (NOT the discourses of Moses)
Created by: ymoseley
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