8 Powerful Lessons in the Book of Deuteronomy are taught by Moses as he prepares Israel to enter the Promised Land. Deuteronomy, the final book of the Torah, was written by Moses and records his final messages to the nation of Israel. The Book of Deuteronomy is a book of adventure and sadness all at the same time. Moses, the great leader, is at the end of his life and now preparing new leaders and the people for revelation of the Promised Land.
The Book of Numbers is part of the Torah or Books of the Law in the Old Testament. The Book of Numbers is considered to be a bridge between God’s promises in Genesis and Exodus and the entrance of Israel into the Promised Land. Why is It Called the Book of Numbers in the Bible? …
The Purpose of the Book of Leviticus, as with all the Books of the Bible, has many parts and we will break them down by working through the Book of Leviticus. The Book of Leviticus is the third book of the New Testament and was written by Moses. The foundational verse in Leviticus is the first one, “Now the Lord called to Moses, and spoke to him from the tabernacle of meeting, saying…”Leviticus 1:1 NKJV The Hebrew name of the Book means Adonai Called.
The primary theme of the Book of Exodus is the growing nation of Hebrews, Moses’ development and leadership, Israel’s deliverance and exodus from Egypt to Mount Sinai, the giving of God’s law, His instructions on building the tabernacle, ending with the completion of the tabernacle as a place for God to dwell with His people.