"The fourth book of Moses is called Numbers, which gets its name from the two times that Israel was numbered after coming out of Egypt. They’re first numbered right after the Exodus event, and then again just before they go into the Promised Land. Much of the book of Numbers is about Israel’s wandering period in the wilderness, and it captures a lot of their early history. Throughout their journey we get to see them coming up against a lot of difficulties and various kinds of conflicts. These are instructive to us not only because life is still full of conflict and conflict resolution, but also because we get to see God’s character and actions play out for us in Israel’s history. What we see in Israel’s case is how their reactions and responses to conflict resulted in either disaster or resolution for them. Let’s take the lessons from Israel’s history to heart, and not repeat unnecessary mistakes.
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