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How to understand Numbers 18:12 in light of Leviticus 10:8?

The priests were forbidden from drinking wine when entering, and also from consuming wine inside the tabernacle boundaries. But they were allowed to take wine that had been offered and consume it ...
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Were all debts released in Deuteronomy 15:2?

The scripture says, Deuteronomy 15:2 NKJV 2 And this is the form of the release: Every creditor who has lent anything to his neighbor shall release it; he shall not require it of his neighbor or his ...
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What does Jesus mean by "Moses seat" and why does he tell the people to do as they say?

The NIV translation of Matthew 23:3 might offer a more accessible interpretation. So you must be careful to do everything they tell you. But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they ...
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How did Aaron come out to meet Moses in the wilderness?

The main answer is found a little later in the chapter: 27 The Lord said to Aaron: Go into the wilderness to meet Moses. So he went; when meeting him at the mountain of God, he kissed him. So Aaron, ...
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What did Moses mean when he said that he was Yahweh (LORD) at Deuteronomy 29:6

This is extremely simple - the answer is actually given in Deut 29:1 - These are the words of the covenant that the LORD commanded Moses to make with the Israelites in the land of Moab ... Beginning ...
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Why exactly were Aaron and Miriam denied entrance into the "Promised Land" in addition to Moses in Numbers 20:7-12?

This might be out in left field but...I always felt that when the Lord said He was done with Israel and that Moses should allow God to bring another generation (God's idea) in to the Promised Land ...
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In Exodus 3:2-4 does God stand beside the angel in the burning bush?

Good question! Let's delve into it. Firstly, upon careful examination, the passage does not imply that God physically emerged from the bush, despite the phrase "out of the midst of the bush."...
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In Exodus 3:2-4 does God stand beside the angel in the burning bush?

This is the same and only Person/Hypostasis inside the burning bush, unless one wants follow lead of anti-philological, eisegetic biases and hazard a forced, a twisted and a crooked interpretation of ...
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