Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy
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Facts and information from the last three books of the Penteteuch.

Facts and information from the last three books of the Penteteuch.

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  • Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy BIRTH OF A NATION
  • Typology of Books of Moses
    • Genesis – Born in Sin / First Birth
    • Exodus – Deliverance / Born Again Believer
    • Leviticus – The Believer’s Worship
    • Numbers – The Believer’s Walk
    • Deuteronomy – The Believer’s Warfare
  • Noahide Laws
    • These Seven Universal Laws pertain to:
    • Avodah Zarah: Prohibition on idolatry.
    • Birchat HaShem: Prohibition on blasphemy and cursing the Name of God.
    • Shefichat Damim: Prohibition on murder.
    • Gezel: Prohibition on robbery and theft.
    • Gilui Arayot: Prohibition on immorality and forbidden sexual relations.
    • Ever Min HaChay: Prohibition on removing and eating a limb from a live animal.
    • Dinim: Requirement to establish a justice system and courts of law to enforce the other 6 laws.
  • Trespass expiation Sin reconciliation Peace acceptance Meat consecration Burnt dedication Significance of Offerings
  • Ministerial Blemishes (compared to Priestly blemishes)
    • Blind
    • Lame
    • Flat nose
    • Superfluous
    • Broken-footed
    • Broken-handed
    • Crookbacked
    • Dwarf
    • Eye blemish
    • Scurvy
    • Scabbed
    • Stones broken
  • Life and Death
    • Deuteronomy 30:19
    • “ I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live:”
    1) Illicit sex activity opens doors to demonic influence. 2) Ecological disaster follows Leviticus 18: Sex Laws 1) All blood must be offered to the Lord. 2) No one was permitted to eat it. Leviticus 17: Blood Laws
  • Dietary Laws
    • Clean
    Unclean
  • By the Numbers…
    • The numbering of the firstborn
    • 22,273 1 st born males of 1 month
    • 603,550 men of 20 years old and upward
    • 40-50 men in each family per firstborn
    • -prevalence of polygamy
    • -exclusion of married firstborn
    • -inclusion only of mother’s firstborn
    • -fruitfulness of Hebrew mothers
    • -inclusion of only those born after departure from
    • Egypt. (13 months)
    • Accepted Levitical count
  • Covenant Theology
    • Theological Covenants :
    • * Covenant of Redemption ( Titus 1:2; Heb. 13:2)
    • * Covenant of Works – Inherent obligation to be in character like his creator and to do His will.
    • * Covenant of Grace – Rendered possible by satisfaction of divine judgments provided in the death of Christ.
    Biblical Covenants : * Abrahamic Covenant * Palestinian Covenant * Mosaic Covenant * Davidic Covenant
  • The Abrahamic Covenant
    • Nature
    • Literal
    • Eternal
    • Blood Covenant
    • Promises (Gen. 12 & 13)
    • A National Land
    • Redemption (national and universal)
    • Numerous descendents from a great nation
    • Gentile “general” blessings
    • Premillenial doctrine
    • Literal fulfillment of Covenant
    • God will restore them to that place of blessing when his “program” with the church is terminated.
    A/C Eschatological Implications
  • The Suzerainty – Vassal Treaty Format of the Conditional Mosaic Covenant in Exodus Conditions for Israel to Keep V. 5a General Stipulations Promise of Blessing V.v. 5b-6a Promised Blessings Reminder of God’s Past Provision V. 4 Historical Prologue Recognition of the King V. 3b Traditional Preamble Mosaic Elements Exodus 19 Treaty Elements
  • M/C Eschatological Implications
    • The promise of the Palestinian Covenant is not abrogated because of the conditional Mosaic Covenant.
    • Messiah fulfilled the Mosaic Covenant as a mediator- Matt. 5
    • Christians/Gentiles inherit with Jews because we are Messiah’s children. –Isaiah 53
  • “ Abba, Father…”
    • Jesus said:
    • “ Abba, Father, all things are possible unto thee; take away this cup from me: nevertheless not what I will, but what thou wilt.” Mark 14:36
    • Paul said:
    • “ And because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father.” Galations 4:6
    • Paul repeated:
    • “ For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.” Romans 8:15
  • The Palestinian Covenant (An amplification or enlargement of A/C)
    • Nature
    • Literal
    • (portions already fulfilled literally!)
    • Eternal
    • (Called so by God Ezekiel 16:60)
    • Promises (Deut. 30:1-10)
    • A National Land
    • God takes Israel’s relation to the land as a matter of extreme importance.
    • Redemption (national and universal)
    • Has the guarantee of God that He will effect the necessary conversion essential to its fulfillment.
  • P/C Eschatological Implications Israel has experienced the dispersions as judgments for unfaithfulness. Israel has experienced partial restoration to the land and awaits final restoration .
  • Authorship of Pentateuch
    • Genesis – “In the beginning…”
    • Exodus – “Now these are the names…”
    • Leviticus – “And the Lord called unto Moses…”
    • Numbers – “And the Lord spake unto Moses…”
    • Deuteronomy – “These be the words which Moses spake...”
  • Pentateuch Prophecy
    • Kadesh Barnea – Numbers 14:20-34 / 26:63-65
    • The serpent made of bronze and elevated on a pole is a type.
    • Balaam – Numbers 22:1-24:25 Could not curse the blessed.
    • Inhabitants of Land – Numbers 33:51-66
    • Should have driven them all out of the land.
    • Inheritance of the Land – Deuteronomy 3:21- 4:31
    • Coming of a Great Prophet – Deuteronomy 18:15-18
    • Like Moses- Jesus Christ the Messiah
    • Blessings and Cursing – Deuteronomy 28:1-68
    • Restoration of Israel – Deuteronomy 30:1-10
    • Blessing Pronounced on Israel – Deuteronomy 31,33