by Dr. Ed Young

#440 (Transcribed from actual tape) March 10, 1985 - PM



Open your Bibles, if you would, to Numbers. We'll look at some passages

in the 10th Chapter and spend more time in the Ilth Chapter than in any

other place. Numbers; look at some verses in the 10th Chapter and then

over in the Ilth Chapter, as we pick up again our study of Moses.

Let's bow for prayer as we begin. "Father, it's been a beautiful day; to

be with family and friends, to be refreshed physically and spiritually. We

pray that Your Sabbath rest will have settled deep within us, preparing us

for tomorrow and this new week with all the responsibilities that go with

it. Lord, I pray now again, not tritely, not vainly, but I ask that You

will speak and let me get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy holy and

divine message might not only be heard, but may it be received and under-

stood and applied right where we live. For this is our petition through

Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen."

Can a Christian person who deeply believes in the Lord become so depressed

that they want to die? Moses was certainly God's man, and Moses got that

depressed. They had camped for over a year at the foot of Mount Sinai.

And we know that God gave to Moses those ten commandments on Sinai, but we

forget so many times that during that year God hammered out through Moses

to the people a way of life for His peculiar, called-out people. A pattern

for them to live as far as civil government, as far as religious government

was concerned. They were handed the tabernacle and all that it would mean.


They were given there the covenant. They were reaffirmed in their call by

God to go to Canaan, the promised land. And we see this recorded in the

27 chapters of Leviticus and the first nin ...

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