Mar 20, 2019
Yesterday in Numbers, we heard another dramatic chapter in Israel's history: The rebellion of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram. They must have been included in those who refused to go to the Promised Land, but then they had the gall to find fault with Moses that he didn't lead them to that land. It is also incredible that God would prove Moses' authority so dramatically (resulting in the death of the three conspirators and their families), yet the people would the next day without fear accuse Moses of killing the Lord's people (further resulting in a plague).
Today’s psalm, Psalm 37, is an acrostic poem which we will read in two parts. This is a great Psalm for giving us the right perspective in our fallen world.
Yesterday we heard In the first half of Luke chapter 23 that Jesus was tried by Pilate and Herod, before Pilate finally caved into pressure and sentenced Jesus to death. Today we’ll repeat a few verses before finishing the chapter.