Sunday, February 13, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 044 | The Wilderness | Numbers 14 – 16, Psalm 44

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 044 | The Wilderness

Numbers 14 – 16, Psalm 44

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. Don’t rebel against the Lord, and don’t be afraid of the people of the land. We will devour them like bread. They have no protection, and the Lord is with us. So don’t be afraid of them.”
    Numbers 14:9 GW

  2. But because my servant Caleb has a different attitude and has wholeheartedly followed me, I’ll bring him to the land he already explored. His descendants will possess it.
    Numbers 14:24 GW

  3. If the Lord is pleased with us, he will bring us into this land and give it to us. This is a land flowing with milk and honey!
    Numbers 14:8 GW

  4. “Lord, let your power be as great as when you said, ‘The Lord … patient, forever loving…. He forgives wrongdoing and disobedience…. He never lets the guilty go unpunished, punishing children … for their parents’ sins to the third and fourth generation….’ By your great love, please forgive these people’s sins, as you have been forgiving them from the time they left Egypt until now.”
    Numbers 14:17‭-‬19 GW

  5. The Lord said, “I forgive them, as you have asked. But as I live and as the glory of the Lord fills the whole earth, I solemnly swear that none of the people who saw my glory and the miraculous signs I did in Egypt and in the desert will see the land which I promised their ancestors. They have tested me now ten times and refused to obey me. None of those who treat me with contempt will see it!
    Numbers 14:20‭-‬23 GW

  6. So tell them, ‘As I live, declares the Lord, I solemnly swear I will do everything to you that you said I would do.
    Numbers 14:28 GW

  7. For 40 days you explored the land. So for 40 years—one year for each day—you will suffer for your sins and know what it means for me to be against you.’
    Numbers 14:34 GW

  8. There is one law for the whole assembly: for you and foreigners who are living with you. It is a permanent law for future generations. As far as the Lord is concerned, you and foreigners are the same. The instructions and rules are the same for you as well as foreigners who are living with you.”
    Numbers 15:15‭-‬16 GW

  9. I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt to be your God. I am the Lord your God.”
    Numbers 15:41 GW

  10. The incense burners of these men who sinned and lost their lives are holy, because they were offered to the Lord. Hammer them into thin metal sheets to cover the altar. This will be a sign to the Israelites.”
    Numbers 16:38 GW

  11. Aaron took his incense burner, as Moses told him, and ran into the middle of the assembly, because the plague had already begun among the people. He put incense on the incense burner to make peace with the Lord for the people. He stood between those who had died and those who were still alive, and the plague stopped. Still, 14,700 died from the plague in addition to those who had died because of Korah. By the time Aaron came back to Moses at the entrance to the tent of meeting, the plague had stopped.
    Numbers 16:47‭-‬50 GW

  12. It was not with their swords that they took possession of the land. They did not gain victory with their own strength. It was your right hand, your arm, and the light of your presence ⌞that did it⌟, because you were pleased with them.
    Psalms 44:3 GW

  13. All day long we praise our God. We give thanks to you forever. Selah
    Psalms 44:8 GW

  14. Wake up! Why are you sleeping, O Lord? Awake! Do not reject us forever! Why do you hide your face? Why do you forget our suffering and misery? Our souls are bowing in the dust. Our bodies cling to the ground. Arise! Help us! Rescue us because of your mercy!
    Psalms 44:23‭-‬26 GW