Daily Bread Bible Study
The Fourth Book of Moses Called Numbers
Beloved of God
The Old Covenant Vs New Covenant Laws
Welcome to our Christianity Oasis Daily Bread study program. This is our Beloved of God Bible study taking a look into the Old Covenant VS New Covenant laws and how the beloved of God message affects your be-YOU-tiful Christian walk.
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The Fourth Book of Moses Called Numbers
Who is the Beloved of God
The Old Covenant Vs New Covenant Rules
We're pleased to have you back with us once again for more Daily
Bread. In our last story, the children of Israel changed their minds
about going into the Promised Land when they heard what the Lord
planned to do about their murmurings. Moses warned them not to go
because they wouldn't have the hand of the Lord protecting them, but
they insisted and those who went were killed by the Canaanites and
Chapter 15 is made up of three different topics that don't seem to go
together as one story, but that's pretty much how life usually is day
by day. It doesn't usually just all flow smoothly like a story that
happens in perfect sequence every day, it's full of twists and turns
and things come up that don't have anything to do with our plans.
Surely Moses experienced days like this while he was writing these
books that we're studying and this is a great example.
We start off with the Lord explaining to Moses the offerings that the
people should make when they get to the Promised Land and some laws
to abide by. If you'd like to study these offerings and laws, you'll
find them in Numbers
The Beloved of God Truth
The Old Covenant Vs New Covenant Punishments
Then there's a little story in the middle of the chapter, and it goes
like this. While the children of Israel were in the wilderness, they
caught a man who was gathering sticks on the Sabbath. The people that
found him brought him in front of Moses and Aaron and the
He was kept guarded because it wasn't clear what should be done to
him. Then the Lord told Moses, The man will be put to death. The
whole congregation will stone him with stones outside the camp. So
they did what the Lord commanded and the man died.
Many of us are probably sighing with relief and prayerfully thanking
our loving and merciful God for the New
Covenant each time we read about something like what we just
read. We think of the Sabbath as a day of rest and prayer. We know
that it was the day that the Lord blessed because He rested on that
day from all His work that He created.
The Beloved of God Insight
The Old Covenant Vs New Covenant Blessing
But, what about now? We think of ourselves first, but what if it's
also a day where, because we should be resting and praying, it gives
God a break from the millions of things that He takes care of for us
the rest of the week? It's certainly a thought to consider. Jesus
told us that Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath
(day of rest) in Mark 2:27. You can read more about what Jesus said
about the Sabbath in Matthew
This should give you a better idea of what you should do on the
Sabbath. What is considered work to one person, may not be
considered work to another. The best thing to do would be to
pray to the Lord for guidance about it, because what He thinks is
Last but not least, the final topic of the chapter is an interesting
one as well. Every once in a while you learn something that you
didn't know, and it makes you change how you think about something
for the rest of your life. The Lord told Moses to tell the children
of Israel to make fringes on the edges of their clothes throughout
all their generations and on the fringe to put a cord of blue. The
purpose of it was so that whenever they would look at it, they would
remember all the Lord's commandments and obey them and not to turn
away from Him, but be holy. Who knew that fringe was more than a
decoration? Well, now that you know, whenever you see fringe, you
have something really awesome to remember!
You Are the Beloved of God
The Old Covenant Vs New Covenant Summary
Christians have been so very blessed with the absolutely awesome
fringe benefit of being born under the New
Covenant because it is truly a much better Covenant than the Old
Covenant and it's rules and regulations. We sincerely thank you God.
Thank you Jesus
and thank you Holy
In our next story, we'll learn about what happened when Korah, Levi's
great-grandson had a dispute with Moses. It's sure to be a story that
you won't want to miss, and you'll find it here, at your Daily Bread.
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