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Questions and Answers on Numbers 9-15 0

Numbers 9-15 Questions and Answers

Bible Questions and Answers on Numbers 9-15 In Numbers 9:6 how did they become defiled by a dead body? They were defiled because they touched a dead body. Perhaps they were doctors trying to help the person and he died, or he was killed, or they were burying the person, or it was their loved one that they were touching as they mourned. In Numbers 9 why did they follow the cloud? God was in the cloud and He was leading His people. They did not know the way, so they followed His moving cloud. In Numbers 10, why did...

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...