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Ex. 15 Num. 11- 12 Ex. 16 Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 1 Ex. 14 A quick explanation about Jacob’s sons coming to Egypt and how, after they’d died, the Israelites became very Num. 13 numerous. The Egyptians become scared of the Israelites Num.the1436 so enslave them. Pharaoh tries to persuade midwives to kill all the baby boys but they don’t! Ex. 15 Cl i ck t o Num . 11- 12 go t o Ex. 2

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Ex. 2 Ex. 14 Moses is born to two parents from the tribe of Levi. His mum hides him for 3 months and then puts him in a basket and Num . river. 13 Pharaoh’s daughter put him amongst the reeds in the . –1436 been finds him and takes pity on him. Moses’ Num sister who’d watching – offers to get a Hebrew maid for him and gets Ex. 15 Moses’ mum! She looks after Moses until he has grown up then brings him to Pharaoh’s daughter to be her son. After Moses has grown up he is wondering amongst his12 people Num. 11and kills an Egyptian who’s beating a Hebrew. Later he finds out that everyone knows about this and then Pharaoh finds Ex. 16 out and wants to kill him so he flees to Midian where he ends up marrying Ex. one of the18Priest of Midian’s daughters. 17Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 3 Ex. 14 God reveals himself to Moses at the burning bush on Horeb (the mountain of God) as the God of his father, Abraham, Num. that 13 he will bring the Isaac and Jacob and tells Moses Num . 14-The 36 sign of people out of Egypt and into the Promised Land. this will be that, after he’s brought the people out, he’ll 15 worship God at thisEx. mountain. Moses asks what name he should give to the Israelites and God says he is “I AM WHO I AM” and also “The Lord (YHWH), the God Abraham, the Num.of 1112 God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.” God tells Moses that he knows the king will not willingly release Israel but Ex. 16 promises to compel him too and assures Moses that the Israelites will leave with17lots18 of plunder. Ex. Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 4 Ex. 14 Moses is worried that the Israelites won’t believe him so God gives him two signs – the stick-snake and hand to 13 because he thinks leprous and back! Moses is Num still .unsure Num . 14that he isn’t eloquent. God reminds Moses that God36made his mouth and promises to teach him what to say. Moses is 15 and gives him his brother Aaron still unsure so God Ex. is angry as a helper. Moses then goes back to Egypt and is nearly killed by God on the way because his son isn’t circumcised Num . 1112 (fortunately his wife Zipporah steps in and saves the day!). God tells Aaron to go and meet Moses, which he does, then Ex. 16 they both go and perform the signs to the Israelites, who believe and worship. Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 5 Ex. 14 Moses and Aaron go to Pharaoh and ask him if the Hebrews can go on a 3-day journey to sacrifice to the Lord. He Num. the 13Israelites collect their refuses and in retaliation makes 14- 36 own straw but still expects them to makeNum the. same quantity of bricks. The Israelites are angry with Moses and Aaron 15in despair. who in turn cry out Ex. to God Num. 11- 12 Ex. 16 Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 6 Ex. 14 God reveals himself to Moses reassuring him that he has remembered the covenant he made with Abraham and that Numlets . 13 he will make sure that Pharaoh the people go. He also Numas . 14says that he appeared to Moses’ ancestors God36 Almighty (El Shaddai) but by his name “The Lord” he didn’t make 15 his promises again then Moses himself known. GodEx. repeats passes this on to the people who won’t listen, “because of their broken spirit and their cruel slavery.” God tells12Moses Num . 11to go speak to Pharaoh but Moses isn’t keen because the Israelites won’t listen to him. God repeats his charge! There Ex. 16 is then a genealogy showing that Aaron and Moses are both Levites. Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 7 Ex. 14 In response to Moses’ concerns about not being listened to, God says: “I have made you like God to Pharaoh, and your . 13 God warns Moses brother Moses shall be yourNum prophet.” Num . 14- 36 that Pharaoh won’t listen because God will harden his heart (cf. 4:21) and so God will multiply his signs and wonders. It is noted that MosesEx. was 15 80 and Aaron 83 when they went to speak to Pharaoh. Moses and Aaron go to Pharaoh and do the snake sign but Pharaoh’s magician Num copy. it11and12 their snake eats Moses’! Then God turns the water into blood (when Aaron holds out his staff), but Pharaoh’s Egyptians Ex. 16 can do the same so he refuses to relent. Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Aaron holds out his staff over the rivers again and frogs appear on mass! But again, the magicians can do the same. They can’t get rid of the frogs, however, so Pharaoh asks NumMoses . 13 and Aaron to pray that they’re taken away and promises to let them go Num and make their . 1436 sacrifice. However, when the frogs have died, he changes his mind! Then there is a plague Ex. of gnats 15and this time the magicians can’t replicate it and warn Pharaoh that, “this is the finger of God.” But Pharaoh’s heart is hardened and he won’t listen.

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Then there is a plague of flies, but this time only where the Egyptians live; the Hebrew homes remain fly-free! Pharaoh tries to persuade Ex. 16 Moses and Aaron to make their sacrifice in the land but when they insist on going 3-days walk away he agrees to this as long as they pray for Ex. 17- 18 him. They do, the flies go, and Pharaoh changes Ex. 19- his 40 mind!

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There is the plague of dead livestock – but only the Egyptians animals are affected. But Pharaoh won’t relent.

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Then there is the plague of boils, again just amongst the Egyptians. But Pharaoh Num. 14- 36 remains unrelenting. Then there is the plague of thunder and hail. However before this, God points out to Pharaoh – through Ex. Moses 15 – that he could have simply killed all of the Egyptians but hasn’t: “to show you my power, and to make my name resound through all the earth.” Also, because there is advanced warning, “those officials Num . 11of Pharaoh who feared the word of the Lord hurried their slaves and12 livestock to a secure place”…those who didn’t, didn’t! Again, Goshen – where the Israelite’s live – is fine!

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Pharaoh appears to be truly sorry this time and again promises to let the people go if Moses prays for him. once the hail has gone, he hardens his Ex.However, 17- 18 heart once more and won’t let them go. (There little aside to note that Ex. is also 19-a40 only the early crops have been destroyed; the wheat and spelt will be fine!)

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There is the plague of locusts. This time, after the warning, even Pharaoh’s officials try to persuade him to let the Israelites go. Num.he13 Pharaoh seems to relent but when realises that Moses wants Num.his1436The everyone to go – not just the men – he changes mind. plague comes, Pharaoh asks Moses to pray and promises to release the people, the plagues goes, Pharaoh changes his mind! Ex. 15 (“the Lord hardened his heart”).

Num . 11Then there was darkness for 3 days – except where the12Israelites lived! Then Pharaoh tells Moses he can go as long as they leave their livestock. Moses insists that every animal must go too so Ex. 16 “the Lord hardened Pharaoh’s heart” and he won’t let them go. Then Pharaoh is really Ex. mad 17-with 18 Moses and tells him not to come see him again or he’ll kill him. Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 12 Num. 13 God instructs Moses and Aaron on the Passover requirements, which Num. 14- 36 involve roasting and eating a lamb and smearing its blood on the doorpost. God also gives them instructions on the Passover celebration, by which they are to remember Ex. 15God’s deliverance in the years to come. Then, at midnight, God strikes down the firstborn in the land of Egypt – except where there is blood on the doorpost. The Egyptians are then so Num . 11- 12 desperate for the Israelites to go that they give them all the jewellery they ask for. The Israelites leave but also “a mixed crowd” of others and 16that they’d been in Egypt for 430 years. God lots of livestock. It Ex. is noted gives more instructions regarding the Passover, noting that slaves and 18 as the males have been aliens are welcome toEx. eat it 17so long Ex. 19- 40 circumcised.

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God tells Moses that the firstborn of people and animals must be consecrated to him. God then gives more instructions about the 13 to celebrate this by Passover focusing on the fact Num that .they’re eating unleavened bread for seven days and, on. the seventh Num 1436 day, holding a festival to the Lord. God gives more instructions regarding the consecration of the firstborn, noting that the Ex. 15 firstborn male of all animals must be sacrificed (except donkeys which can be redeemed with a sheep) and that the firstborn male child must be redeemed. Num. 11- 12 God decides to lead Moses by a longer route than is necessary Ex. not16ready for battle. Moses brings the bones as he thinks they’re of Joseph and God leads the way with pillars of fire by night and Ex. 17- 18 smoke by day. Ex. 19- 40

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Ex. 14 Because the people are wondering in the wilderness, Pharaoh decides to pursue them (God hardens his heart). The angel of the Lord – the Num pillar. of13 smoke – moves to Num.Then 14-Moses 36 screen off the Israelites from the Egyptians. stretches his hand out over the sea and God makes a path of dry land through Ex. it. The 15Egyptians follow but end up drowned. Num. 11- 12 Ex. 16 Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 14 Moses leads the Israelites in singing a song of praise to God. Then the prophet Miriam, Aaron’s sister, leads the Num. move 13 on from the Red Sea women in a song. The Israelites . and 14- for 36 three (or Sea of Reeds) into the wilderness of Num Shur days can’t find water. They move on to Marah, where there is water but it is bitter they can’t drink it! The people Ex.so 15 complain to Moses, who cries out to God, who then fixes the water by getting Moses to throw a stick Num into.it. 11God12 then promises the people that if they listen to God and do what is right in his sight then they won’t face any of the Egyptian Ex. go 16to Elim, where there’s plenty of plagues. Then they water! Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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The Israelites leave Elim and, 2 months and 15 days after leaving Egypt, they arrive in the wilderness of Sin. The people complain Num. so 13 hungry and wish that to Moses and Aaron because they’re they’d never left Egypt. God tells Moses thatNum he’ll. send 14- bread 36 from heaven (i.e. manna) and that the people are to collect as much as they need each day and not leave any for the next day – except on the 6th dayEx. when15 they’re to collect enough for the Sabbath too. God also sends meat – quail – in the evening. Then some of the people don’t listen to the instructions Num. they’ve 11- 12been given and leave some of the manna until the next day but it becomes mouldy and Moses is angry with them. Then it is the Ex.people 16 haven’t gathered twice as much the Sabbath and some day before so go out on the Sabbath to get some and God says: Ex. 17- 18 “How long will you refuse to keep my and Ex.commandments 19- 40 instructions?” Then Aaron puts some manna in a jar as a Lev. Num. 1- 10 memento of God’s provision.


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Ex. 14 The people move onto Rephidim, where there isn’t any water, so they get mad with Moses who in turn cries out to Num . 13 God. God tells Moses to strike the rock and water will come 14- Massah 36 out, which he does and it does! He callsNum the .place (Test) and Merbah (Quarrel). Then the Israelites are attacked by AmalekEx. and 15 Joshua leads the men out to fight whilst Moses prays. In the end, Israel win. Ex. 18

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Moses father-in-law Jethro comes to visit, bringing with him 16 He is amazed at all God has done Moses wife andEx. children. noting: “Now I know the18Lord is greater than all gods.” Ex.that 17Jethro sees that Moses is far tooEx. busy19so 40 recommends that he delegates some work out, which Moses then does, Lev. 1- 10 setting a number of men as heads overNum the. people.


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3 months after the Israelites have left Egypt, they arrive into the wilderness of Sinai. Moses goes up the mountain to God and God says: “Thus you shall say to the house of Jacob, and tell the Israelites: You have seen what I did to the Egyptians, and how I bore you on eagles’ wings and brought you to myself. Num Now, therefore, . 13 if you obey my voice and keep my covenant, you shall be my treasured possession out of all the peoples. Indeed, the Num 14-nation. 36 These whole earth is mine, but you shall be for me a priestly kingdom and. a holy are the words that you shall speak to the Israelites.” Moses tells the people this and they reply: “Everything that the Lord has spoken we will do.” Then God says he’ll come in a dense cloud so that the people “will hear Ex. 15 when I speak with you and so trust you ever after.” God then tells the people to consecrate themselves for two days – i.e. wash and “do not Num. 11- 12 go near a woman!” Then on the third day there is thunder and lightening and a thick cloud on the mountain and “a blast of a trumpet so loud that all the people who were in the camp trembled.” Moses then brings the people out of the camp to meet God at the foot of the 16 in fire and the mountain shakes violently and mountain. God comes Ex. to the mountain Moses speaks with God and God answers him in thunder. Then God summons Moses to the top of the mountain and tells Moses to go down and tell the people not to try and come Ex. 17- 18 up the mountain or they’ll perish. He also tells him to bring Aaron back up with him.

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Then God gives Moses the 10 Commandments: 1. God is your God – have no gods before me 2. Don’t make or worship idols 3. Don’t misuse God’s name Num. 4. Keep the Sabbath holy – work only 6 days 5. Honour your father and mother 6. Don’t murder 7. Don’t commit adultery 8. Don’t steal Ex. 15 9. Don’t bear false witness 10. Don’t covet your neighbours things/wife…

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The people are afraid because of the thunder, lightening, trumpet blast… so say to Moses: “You speak to us, and we will listen; but do not let God speak to us, or we will die.” Moses replies: “Do not be afraid; for God has come only to test you and to put the fear of him Ex. 16Then the people stand at a distance and Moses draws upon you so that you do not sin.” near to the thick darkness where God is.

Ex. 17- 18

God tells the people (through Moses!) that they should just make him and altar out of earth

Ex. 19- 40

or non-chiselled stone – i.e. nothing decorative that could be construed as being an idol.

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14 God gives Moses various laws by which the people should live, concerning the treatment of slaves, violence, property, Num . 13 restitution in the case of theft, sex, justice, the Sabbath and . 1436over various festivals. God then promises thatNum they’ll take the land of Canaan but bit by bit so the land doesn’t get ruined. He tells them to allow any of the current Ex.not15 inhabitants to continue dwelling there or they’ll be a constant temptation to worship their gods and soNum turn. away from the 11- 12 Lord. Ex. 16 Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Moses then reads the book of the covenant to the people and they commit themselves to being obedient to all that God has Num. on13 spoken and Moses sprinkles blood them.

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Then Moses, Aaron and the 70 elders of Israel go up the mountain and see God! “Under his feet there was something like Ex.stone, 15 like the very heaven for clearness. a pavement of sapphire God did not lay his hand on the chief men of the people of Israel; also they beheld God, and they ate and drank.� Num. 11- 12 Then Moses goes up again, this time with Joshua, and gets the Ex. the 16law and commandments on them. On tablets of stone with this occasion Moses stays on the mountain for 40 days and 40 Ex. 17- 18 nights. Ex. 19- 40

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Ex. 32 Ex. 14 Because Moses has been gone so long, the people tell Aaron to make gods for them, which Aaron does – making a golden calf and saying “these are your gods, O Israel, who brought Num . 13you up out of the land of Egypt.” Then Aaron builds an altar before it and says that they’ll have a Num. 14- 36 festival to the Lord. The next day they have the festival and God tells Moses to go down at once! Then he is very angry with the people and says he’ll destroy themEx. all and15 make a great nation out of Moses. But Moses implores God to change his mind, which he does! Moses goes down with the tablets and smashes them in anger. He destroys the calf by burning it then grounding it to dust. Then he Num sprinkles it on . 1112water and makes the Israelites drink it. Moses challenges Aaron, who claims that he simply threw the gold into the fire and a calf came out! The people 16calls for those who are on the Lord’s side to are running wild soEx. Moses go out among the rebels killing them, which the sons of Levi do and 17- Moses 18 then goes to God to try and about three thousandEx. are slain. Ex. amongst 19- 40 them. atone for their sin and God sends a plague

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Ex. 14 God commands Moses to leave Sinai and go to the Promised Land and says that he’ll send an angel before Num 13 them, however, them. God says that he won’t go. with . a1436 because: “You are a stiff-necked people;Num if for single moment I should go up among you, I would consume you.” Moses again intercedes for the people and God changes his Ex. 15 mind and agrees to go with the people. Moses asks to see God’s glory so God says that he’ll hide him cleft Num.in a1112until he’s passed by so that Moses can only see God’s back. God also declares that he is “The Lord; and I will be Ex.I will 16 be gracious; and will show mercy to gracious to whom whom I will show Ex. mercy.” 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Moses makes new tablets and goes to the top of the mountain. God hides Moses in a cleft and passes before him saying: “The Lord, the Lord, A God merciful and gracious, Slow to anger, And abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness, Keeping steadfast love for the thousandth generation, Forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, Yet by no means clearing the guilty, But visiting the iniquity of the parents upon the children And the children’s children, To the third and fourth generation.”

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God then renews the covenant saying: “I hereby make a covenant. Before all your people I will perform marvels, such as have not been performed in all the earth or in any nation; and all the people among whom you live shall see the work of the Lord; for it is an awesome thing that I will do with you.” God then continues on, promising to bring them into the Promised Land and reiterating the importance of not worshipping these nations’ idols and repeats some other ordinances, such as keeping the Sabbath. Moses is on the mountain 40 days in total and doesn’t eat or drink. Then he writes the ten commandments on the tablets and goes down the mountain, whereupon his face is shining so he covers it up with a veil.

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Ex. 35 Ex. 14 Moses repeats the Sabbath regulations then gets people started on the making of the tabernacle with everyone donating their Num . 13 jewellery, wood, gold, silver and skill! (cf. people donating their gold jewellery for the golden calf in ch. 32!) Num. 14- 36 Ex. 36 Ex. 15 The people, led by the anointed skill and teaching ability of Bezalel and Oholiab, crack on with the construction of the tabernacle and Moses has to stop people from more Numbringing . 11- 12 donations as they have enough!

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Ex. 16 Ex. 37 Bezalel makes the Ark the Covenant, the Table for the Bread Ex. of1718 of Presence, the Golden Lampstand, Altar40 of Incense and the Ex.the19Anointing Oil. Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Ex. 14 Bezalel makes the Altar of Burnt-Offering and the Court of the Tabernacle (out of linen). Num. 13 Num. 14- 36 Ex. 39 The people make the special clothes (vestments) for the priests and an ephod, Ex.then 15 all the work is finished. Ex. 40

Num. 11- 12 The Tabernacle is put up and all the equipment installed. Then the cloud covers the tent of meeting (i.e. tabernacle) 16 tabernacle. It is explained that and God’s gloryEx. fills the whenever the cloud Ex.lifted 17-from 18 above the tabernacle the people would move on followingEx. it, but19whilst 40 it rested over the tabernacle they stayed where they were. Lev. Num. 1- 10


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Leviticus is Ex. an extended version of the commands God gave 14 Moses at Mt. Sinai. It particularly focuses on the sacrifices the Israelites are to give in order to express their thanks to God, Num. deal 13 with “uncleanness” (not renew their covenantal commitment, always sin per se but rather things outside the realm of 36 everyday Num . 14life e.g. touching a dead corpse -- see see Drane, Drane, Introducing the OT p. 324) and receive forgiveness for sin.

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Of particular note is the Day of Atonement in Leviticus 16. This was the only time Aaron was allowed into the inner part12 of the Num . 11tabernacle. Within this ritual, two goats were selected: one was sacrificed and the other, having had the sins of the nation passed Ex. 16 onto it by way of the laying on of Aaron’s hands, was sent away into the desert (i.e.the Goat!). Ex.Scape 17- 18

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Within theseEx. chapters 14 the Israelites are still at Mt. Sinai but it is now two years since the escape from Egypt. Moses is instructed to take a census. Then there are a few more laws and the 13 jobs. Levitical families are assignedNum their. priestly

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The Israelites off from Sinai and complain about the food! Ex.set 14 Then Aaron and Miriam challenge Moses’ leadership.

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Spies are sent to the land of Canaan and, after 40 days, Ex.out14 come back with news that it “flows with milk and honey.� However, a number of the spies are also scared because the Numtries . 13 people in the land look big. Caleb to urge the people to invade the land but the other spies are veryNum scared so try . 1436to put the people off!

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Because of Ex. the spies 14 unfavourable report, the people are scared and refuse to invade the land and want to go back to Egypt. Moses and Aaron are distraught and try to persuade the people . angry 13 and says he’ll destroy not to rebel against God. God Num is very them all and make a great nation out of Moses. NumHowever, . 14- 36Moses intercedes and so God agrees to forgive the people but says that he won’t let any of those currently alive enter the Promised Land Ex. 15 except Caleb - because of their unbelief. When the people hear this, they change their minds and Num . 1112decide that they will invade the land but Moses tells them not to as it’s now too late. They carry on regardless and end up badly Ex. 16 defeated.

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“Deuteronomy Ex. 14 is the record of Moses’ farewell address to Israel, given about 1260BC on the plains of Moab, on the eve of entry to the promised land. The title, which comes Num.implies 13 a second law-giving, from the Greek translation, but infact the book contains a restatement Num. and 14- 36 reaffirmation of the Sinai covenant. It follows a specific treaty-pattern.” (i.e. one which would have been familiar to Ex. 15 people living in that time.) - Lion Handbook, p. 195 Of particular notes is Deut. 28, where Moses lays Num . out 11-the 12 blessings that will accompany obedience, and the curses that will result from disobedience.

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Ex. 17- 18 Ex. 19- 40 Lev. Num. 1- 10


Summary of Exodus through to Deuteronomy