Numbers 26–31: On Another Census, Another Set of Laws, and Moses’ Last Military Mission in Midian (Bible Talk, Episode 52)
As Numbers nears its end, Moses leads his people on a final military mission.
Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Numbers 26–31.
2:02 / Where are we in the book of Numbers?
3:22 / What gold is there to see in the census of Numbers 26?
5:22 / What is Numbers 27 about?
6:35 / How is Joshua a type of Israel’s future kings?
9:04 / What’s going on with the daughters of Zelophehad?
10:35 / Why does Moses bring up Israel’s sacrificial calendar again in Numbers 28-29?
11:54 / Numbers 30 lays out laws about vows; why is this significant?
13:44 / How does Jesus’ teaching about vows in the Sermon on the Mount clarify the laws in Numbers 30?
14:31 / Who are the Midianites, and why is Israel trying to find vengeance against them?
16:00 / How should we understand Numbers 31:17? “Now therefore, kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman who has known man by lying with him.”
19:41 / Where are we headed in the book of Numbers?
20:22 / Alex shares the testimony of a woman who God saved using Numbers 27.
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Painting: Joshua is appointed as Moses’ successor, Schnorr (1852-60)