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Summary of Numbers - The KJV Bible Scriptures
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Numbers (4 Book
Moses) is book number 4 in the Old Testament of the Bible.
It contains 36 chapters.
The five books of
Moses were collectively called the Pentateuch
Numbers is the the
fourth of the books of the Pentateuch, called in the Hebrew
be-midbar meaning "in the wilderness."
The book is called
Numbers because it contains a record of the numbering of the
people in the wilderness of Sinai and afterwards on the
plain of Moab
The Hebrews, from
its first words, call it Vaiedabber
the transactions of the Israelites from the second month of
the second year after their going out of Egypt, until the
beginning of the eleventh month of the fortieth year - a
history almost of thirty-nine years
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Summary of Numbers - The Bible Stories of Numbers taken from the Scriptures
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Bible Stories of Numbers taken from the Scriptures. An overview
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The First census of the
Offerings at the
dedication of the Tabernacle
The Israelites leave
Miriam and Aaron oppose
The people don't want
to go to Canaan and God punishes them with 40 years in the
God appoints Joshua as
the successor of Moses.
The Biblical stories,
plot, characters and events detailed in Numbers
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the Bible people and summary of important events which occur in the
Bible scriptures of the Book of Numbers. People of the Christian faith can this useful short summary of these Bible Scriptures for an online Bible study course or biblical studies. This
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Famous Bible Stories from
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the Old Testament Book of Numbers.
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Israelites in the Wilderness Bible Story - The Cluster of Grapes from the Land of Canaan
The Promised Land Bible Story - How the Long Journey of the Israelites Came to an end
Balaam and King Balak Bible Story - What a Wise Man Learned from an Ass
Death of Moses Bible Story - How Moses Looked upon the Promised Land
Additional Summary of the Book of Numbers - Smiths Bible Dictionary
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Numbers is the fourth
book of the law or Pentateuch. It takes its name in the LXX. and
Vulgate (whence our "Numbers") from the double numbering or census
of the people, the first of which is given in Chapters 1-4, and the
second in Chapter 28. Contents . --The book may be said to contain
generally the history of the Israelites from the time of their
leaving Sinai, in the second year after the exodus till their
arrival at the borders of the Promised land in the fortieth year of
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Numbers summary from the KJV Bible chapters and verses helpful to your
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