Numbers Chapter 19 Discussion


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  • ALEX on Numbers 19
    Jesus said every sinner will have their part in the lake of fire thats everybody we are all sinners. even the church we answer to the red heifer that needs to be burnt to ashes at the door of the tabernacle which is his baptism of fire an the h.g. malachi who shall abide the day of his coming,who shall stand when he appears for he shall be as a refiners fire and fullers soap, we be th red heifer.
  • Frank - in Reply on Numbers 19
    red heifer. We had a redheifer on the farm and we would never kill her. Because she produced milk and cheese for us all. I can't understand why all these animals has to be killed. She never did anything to no one.
  • Stephen Botts - in Reply on Numbers 19
    Frank, God requires a blood sacrifice. Hebrews 9:22 "And almost all things are by the law purged with blood; and without shedding of blood is no remission."
    And praise God, He sent His only begotten Son to pay that price for us once and for all. Even in the Garden, God had to kill innocent animals to make skins/clothes for Adam and Eve. John the Baptist cried, "Behold the Lamb of God, that taketh away the sin of the world". Jesus was and is the very definition of Innocence. Without spot and blameless. Yet He was obedient unto death, even the death of the cross. For you and me. His shed blood is why we are saved and KEPT SAVED! He paid the price of our sin. Death. Romans 6:23. Take care.
  • Alex on Numbers 19
    This RED HEIFER ANSWERS TO THE CHURCH THAT HAS NEVA HAD A YOKE BUT IN THAT SHE IS RED IMPLIES SIN,THO YOUR SINS BE AS SCARLET ( RED ) THEY SHAL BE WHITE AS SNOW THIS IS IMPLING THAT OUR OLD SINFUL NATURE ( RED ) IS GONNA BE BURN TO ASHES AS THE THE PROPHET SAID HE WILL NOT LEAVE THEM ROOT OR BRANCH OUR OLD ADAMIC NATURE IS GONNA BE BURN TO ASHES AT THE DOOR OF THE TABERNACLE MEANING OUR HEARTS.
  • BSP on Numbers 19
    Verse 20: One who refused to cleanse himself was to be cut off from the congregation. If Jehovah God felt that strongly about physical cleanliness, imagine how strongly he feels about those who refuse to morally and spiritually cleanse themselves.
  • Sandy on Numbers 19
    To Ron. It seems to me Jesus would have been a clean body he was baptized. John Baptized him So I would say he was clean and anybody that touched him was baptized as well. And also considered clean. But in this part of the Bible Jesus wasn't here yet. So I think being sprinkled with the water was a type of baptizing along with the burnt offerings and such.
  • Bozki on Numbers 19
    God's Word is always been applied yesterday today and tomorrow in our Lives, When Jesus came He fulfilled the Law, instead of offering a lamb for our sins He offer Himself to pay all of our sin, that's why today we never do the offering of the lamb, all we need is to Accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior and confess all of our sins to Him and He is faithful and Just to forgive us and cleanse us from our unrighteousness.And the Holy Spirit will Dwell in us He will be our Comforter, Our Guide, Our Conscience....God Bless.......
  • Dirk on Numbers 19:11
    Does this still apply today? If it does how should one clean oneself?
  • Augustine on Numbers 19:20
    Well! I think Numbers 19 : 20 is emphasizing on the value God almighty placed on purity, hence anyone that must visit the sanctuary, must purify himself because God appropriates purity more than physical attendance.
  • Kabelo on Numbers 19:19
    Good morning,

    Kindly explain/simplify in your own version Numbers 19:19 and give a relative parable in the New Testament.

    Best regards in Jesus name
  • JAMES on Numbers 19
    TO WHOM THAT THINK THE LAW OF FOOD WAS DONE AWAY WITH, PLEASE READ, Matthew 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or to destroy the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. KJV
    If you will follow up on this go to Acts 10:9 start reading there and thru Acts10:28
    If you will notice Peter never eat of the food,
    and it was not talking of food we eat, but to call no man common or unclean.
    I once thought the same as you, but I will not eat anything that Leviticus chapter 11 says not to eat.
    God bless.
  • Anonymous on Numbers 19
    @ Ron

    You are right. I read the Old Testament and I think of all these laws and I forget that, I do not have to follow these laws. Jesus's death and resurrection was the beginning of new laws. Sometimes I forget, it's a good thing to! I have eaten more pork than would be allowed, if the old laws were meant for Christians today.
  • Ron on Numbers 19
    Interesting point to me: In vs 16 and 18, the people touching a dead body are unclean and had to be purified. They were ceremonially unclean for 7 days and could not go into the Tabernacle. When Jesus died on the cross, all the people who handled His body would have been unclean for seven days according to this passage. The irony of it is that Jesus' death and resurrection ushered in the New Testament age. Therefore the Temple and OT practices were no longer necessary. So would those people handling Jesus' body still have to go for cleansing? I think not. Besides, the vail in the Temple was torn in two. What believer in Jesus would want to go in there anyway?


 

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