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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 26

Religious people think like Balak. If you do a good deed, a bad one nullifies it and a bad deed can be nullified by a good one. Like the saying in sports, “You are only as good as your last

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Tanak foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 25

In Num 22.22 we learn that the Lord is going to be angry with Balaam because he left right away and did not wait for the princes to call him to go, that was the condition in verse 20. So,

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 24

The next Torah portion is called “Balak” and it goes from Num 22.2 to 25.9. Balak means “destroyer” and that is exactly what he tries to do. Israel was on the plains of Moab (of father) and Sihon had taken

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 23

Num 21.10-20 deals with Israel moving and going north to enter Canaan. The places mentioned from here to the end of the chapter will also deal with eschatology and the coming of Yeshua, not just their literal travels. If you

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 22

In Num 20.14-23 we see that Israel wants to pass through Edom, Esau’s descendants. Edom says they will not allow Israel to pass through their territory, another test. In the meantime, Aaron dies on Mount Hor near Petra. This is

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 21

Moses and Aaron gathered the people, but Moses was angry with them and struck the rock instead of just speaking to it. Water comes forth anyway and everyone drank, but Moses has made a big mistake. This act of striking

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 20

The Book of Hebrews mentions this ceremony to illustrate that the korbanot only dealt with the cleansing of the flesh from a legal state of impurity. They never answered the real issues of the heart. The Second Redemption, or Messianic

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 19

In Num 17, the Lord is going to settle the issue of who is called and who is not once and for all. Yehovah told the sons of Israel to bring a rod for each of the father’s households, twelve

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 18

In this rebellion, everyone had heard God speak with Moses and Aaron. Why would Korah and the others rebel against them? Our outward actions reflect our inner turmoil. The lack of spiritual and psychological wholeness will cause quarrels and arguments

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 17

Our next portion is called “Korach” (Korah) and it goes from Num 16.1 to 18.22. This portion is called “The Machloket (controversy) of Korach.” He is the cousin of Moses and Aaron and this portion is also called “The Great

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 16

We were going to touch on several concepts before we move on in our study. The first concept we will be looking into is who Caleb, the son of Jephunneh, really was. The the other concept is women and the

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 15

In Num 15.17-21 we have the Law of the Challah. It says, “When you enter the land” and again it was said to bring the people hope. They would be going into the land eventually, despite the Ten Scouts incident

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 14

Israel said they wanted to die in the wilderness in Num 14.2, and that is what they got in Num 14.29. Jewish tradition says the day of the bad report was the Ninth of Av. It seems that anything bad

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 13

God’s plan was to take the land “little by little” (Exo 23.30) and not all at once. It is the same with us in our spiritual walk. God does not turn us into a spiritual giant overnight, so we should

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 12

The next Torah portion is called “Shelach Lecha” which means “Send For Yourself.” It goes from Num 13.1 to 15.41. Throughout this portion, there is one concept that will stick out, and that concept is ‘Choices.” Israel will be given

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 11

Aaron and Miriam have been called before the Lord at the Ohel Moed because they were gossiping and talking about their brother Moses. Temporarily, they forgot their place, which is the opposite of humility. Moses had a higher kedusha that

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 10

The Lord is going to answer the first complaint of Moses in NUm 11.11-15 in verses 16-18. If Moses would have asked the question for help instead of complaining, it would have been done. We just can’t complain, we need

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 9

In Num 9.1-14 we have some very interesting passages about Passover. In the second year, the first month (of Nisan or Aviv) Yehovah spoke to Moses saying he wanted the sons of Israel to observe the Passover at its appointed

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 8

The next Torah portion is called “Beha’alotcha” which means “When You Go Up” (to light the Menorah) and it goes from Num 8.1 to 12.16. So, we are going to take a look at some concepts found in this Torah

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Tanak Foundations-Concepts in Numbers-Part 7

We are going to go back to the Sotah ceremony in Num 5.11-31 to pick up some additional information. We are going to take a look at how this ceremony may have played a role in the life of Miriam,

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