What do you want? I know it sounds like one of those trick questions, where you know the answer you shouldgive, even though it’s not the answer you want to give. But think about it for a moment: What do you want? In 1959, Barrett
The opening chapters of Numbers record how Moses organised Israel for the march from Sinai to the Promised Land. The text makes it clear that this was a militant march. In the opening chapter, we consider the initial preparation for the march. Each Israelite was
2020 was a year of numbers—significant numbers. Numbers are significant. Often, numbers represent people and therefore matter. They matter to God and should matter to us. Perhaps no other book of the Bible makes this point more clearly than one of the most neglected books:
The way we worship reflects what is going on in our hearts. Our worship should be approached with open ears and thoughtful words and followed by actions.