by admin | 17 Jul 2021
Though there is a lot of legislation in Numbers 15, this chapter is an account of grace more than of law. It is a story of mercy rather than a story of the merely mundane. Though there are a lot of precepts in these verses, undergirding all of it are the promises of God. It is a chapter of hope following a chapter of despair. Though there had been failure, faithlessness, and fear, God still spoke to his people. God was not silent.
Scripture References: Numbers 15:1-31
An exposition of the book of Numbers by Doug Van Meter.
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