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Questions and answers on Deuteronomy 15-21 0

Deuteronomy 15 – 21 Questions and Answers

Bible Questions and Answers on Deuteronomy 15 – 21 Here are Verna’s questions and my answers on Deuteronomy 15-21. In Deuteronomy 15 what is a “release”? This is a time when all debts would be canceled. In Deuteronomy 15:17 what is an “awl”? An awl is a small pointed tool used for piercing holes, especially in leather. In Deuteronomy 16:1, what month are they talking about? The month of Abib in their calendar is what is the later part of our March and the beginning of our April. It was when the Passover which is near out modern day Easter...

Questions and answers on Deuteronomy 22-28 0

Deuteronomy 22-28 Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers on Deuteronomy Chapters 22-28 Continue your Bible study on Deuteronomy chapters 22-28. In Deuteronomy 22:3 what is a raiment? “Raiment” means clothing, especially like the outer cloning of a coat. In Deuteronomy 22:5 What does “pertaineth” mean? “Pertaineth” is an archaic word that means “to relate to or be associated with”. In Deuteronomy 23:1 what is a privy member? This is a reference to the penis. It is true today that a bastard cannot enter into a congregation like it says in Deuteronomy 23:2? “Enter into the congregation of the LORD” means holding a special office in...

Questions and answers on Deuteronomy 8-14 0

Deuteronomy 8-14  Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers in Deuteronomy Chapters 8-14  In Deuteronomy 8:10 it says that you should pray after you have eaten. Is this like what we do before we eat? The point is always to be always thankful to God for His blessings and His provisions for us. In Deuteronomy 8 is this where Moses died? No, he didn’t die until the end of Deuteronomy. He has this long discourse which is just about the whole book of Deuteronomy before he dies. In Deuteronomy 9:7 what does “provokedst” mean? “Provokedst” is the past tense of to be angry, to provoke to...

Questions & Answers on Deuteronomy chapters 1-7 0

Deuteronomy 1-7 Questions and Answers

Deuteronomy Chapters 1-7 Questions and Answers In Deuteronomy 1:12 what does “cumbrance” mean? “Cumbrance” is a word that means something that obstructs, renders motions or actions difficult and burdensome, is a hinderance. In Deuteronomy the tribal leaders were appointed before they went into the Promised Land and Moses passed away. Actually they were appointed sometime during the 40 years of wandering in the wilderness. Deuteronomy is a book of remembering what happened during the last 40 years since the original generation that left Egypt died in the wilderness. In Deuteronomy 2:5 what is a “foot breath”? A “foot breadth” is...

Questions and answers on Numbers 23-29 0

Numbers 23-29 Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers from Numbers Chapters 23-29 In Numbers 23 Why did Balaam want Balak to build 7 altars and sacrifice 7 oxen and 7 rams? Balak hired Balaam to curse Israel. Balaam wanted God’s blessing in cursing His people, so he had 7 alters erected. In Numbers 23 why did Balak want Balaam to curse Israel? Israel was a threat to this heathen king, and he was afraid of them, so he wanted the prophet Balaam to curse them. In Numbers 24: 17 what prophecy has not yet come to pass? The words, “a Sceptre” is a reference to...

Questions & Answers on Numbers 1-8 0

Numbers Chapters 1-8 Questions and Answers

Verna Continues Her Bible Study with Numbers Chapters 1-8 In Numbers 1:3 you had to be 20 years old to fight? Yes, you had to be at least 20 years old before you could go to war. In Numbers 1:47-51 why were the Levites not counted? The tribe of Levi had a special service and that was to serve not as soldiers but as priests. The Levites were to attend to the matters of the tabernacle and nothing else. In Numbers 2 does anyone know why God wanted the tribes of Israel to be specifically placed in the specified places?...

Leviticus chapters 15-21 Questions and answers 0

Leviticus Chapters 15-21 Questions and Answers

Bible Questions and Answers on Leviticus chapters 15-21 Leviticus chapters 15-21 continue with the dietary laws, and general other laws that God gave to Moses for His chosen people. In Leviticus 15:2 what is a running issue? The term “out of his flesh” is a reference to the penis. The running issue then seems to refer to discharge of pus from the penis as a result of a sexually transmitted disease or perhaps even a urinary problem where the person is incontinent of urine. The running issue is  very bad. Yes, it is. In Leviticus 16:3 what did Aaron do...

Questions and answers on Leviticus 22-27 0

Leviticus Chapters 8-14 Questions and Answers

Continue Your Bible Study with Questions and Answers on Leviticus 8-14 In Leviticus 8:23 why did Moses put blood on the tips of Aaron and his sons, upon the thumbs of their right hands and upon the great toes of their right feet? The blood of the ram was placed on their ears, their thumbs and their toes. The placing of the blood on these places of the priests was symbolic way of saying that their ears, their hands and their feet should all be used in the service of God. They could not serve God properly without this sacrificial...

Questions and answers on Leviticus chapters 1-7 0

Leviticus Chapters 1-7 Questions and Answers

Bible Study on Leviticus chapters 1-7 Questions and Answers In Leviticus 1:4 what does “atonement” mean? This literally means “at one with”. Atonement means that the person is accepted by God Himself. The blood of the animals in the Old Testament provided a means that God could accept the sinners, the blood of the innocent and sinless animals covered the person’s sins. While the animals’ blood covered their sins, giving the person atonement with God only the blood of Jesus (sinless human blood) could totally remove the sins providing total atonement. In Leviticus 1:6 what does “flay” mean? “Flay” means...

Questions and answers on Exodus 34-40 0

Exodus 34-40 Questions and Answers

 The Tabernacle Exodus 34-40 describes the construction of the tabernacle. The tabernacle was a tent structure that was used for worship while the children of Israel wandered in the wilderness for 40 years. Where is Mount Sinai? According to Galatians 4:25: “For this Agar is mount Sinai in Arabia”. There is a Mount Sinai in the Sinai Peninsula but this is not the same mountain of Bible times. In Exodus 35 How long did they stay by Mount Sinai? According to Bible scholars they camped there for 11 months and 5 days. How many tabernacles did they build? There was...