Numbers

1:1 – 1:54 The census of the people
2:1 – 2:34 The camps and tribal leaders
3:1 – 3:51 The numbering of the Levites
4:1 – 4:20 The descendants of Kohath
4:21 – 4:28 The descendants of Gershon
4:29 – 4:33 The descendants of Merari
4:34 – 4:49 The results of the census
5:1 – 5:4 Remove the unclean from the camp
5:5 – 5:31 When adultery is suspected – Jealousy offering
6:1 – 6:21 The law of a Nazarite
6:22 – 6:27 The Aaronic blessing
7:1 – 7:89 The offerings that dedicated the tabernacle
8:1 – 8:4 The candlestick
8:5 – 8:26 The purification of the Levites
9:1 – 9:14 The Passover Command
9:15 – 9:23 The cloud of God rested on the Tabernacle and guided Israel
10:1 – 10:10 The two silver trumpets
10:11 – 10:36 Israel departs from Sinai
11:1 – 11:3 The people complain
11:4 – 11:35 God sends quail and killed all who lusted
12:1 – 12:16 Aaron and Miriam speak against Moses.   Miriam struck with leprosy
13:1 – 14:5 Moses sends out 12 men to spy out the land of Canaan.  They come back discouraged
14:6 – 14:10 Joshua and Caleb try to encourage the people to believe the Lord
14:11 – 14:19 Moses pleads to God not to destroy all Israel for unbelief (2453-2454)
14:20 – 14:39 God grants Moses’ request BUT declares only those under 20 yrs old would inherit the land
14:40 – 14:45 Israel tries to fight the Amalekites and Canaanites without the ark.   They were defeated
15:1 – 15:21 God describes specific offerings He requires when they enter into the land of promise
15:22 – 15:31 Offerings for unintentional sin.  No offering for intentional sin
15:32 – 15:36 Man stoned outside the camp for picking up sticks on the Sabbath
15:37 – 15:41 Cords of blue are placed on fringes of garments as a reminder of God’s commands
16:1  – 16:40 The rebellion of Korah.  250 princes and leaders die.
16:41 – 16:50 The people murmur against Moses and Aaron over Korah.  Plague kills 14,700 people
17:1 – 17:13 The budding of Aaron’s rod
18:1 – 18:7 Duties for priests and Levites given
18:8 – 18:32 Tithes and offerings described
19:1 – 19:22 Purification of the unclean
20:1 – 20:13 17 Water from the rock in Kadesh
20:14 – 20:21 Edom refuses Israel passage through the land
20:22 – 20:29 Aaron dies at Mt. Hor in Kadesh.
21:1 – 21-3 Israel rescues prisoners Canaanites took captive and destroyed their cities.
21:3 – 21:9 18 The bronze serpent on a pole.   (Israel complained against Moses’ leadership)
21:10 – 21:20 Israel continues travels to Pisgah
21:21 – 21:35 Israel defeats Sihon and Og (approx. 2491)
22:1 – 24:25 19 Balak and Balaam
25:1 – 25:18 Israel’s idolatry in Shittim / Phinehas’ zeal for the Lord.  Plagues kills 24,000 people
26:1 – 26:65 Israel’s second census (approx. 2491)
27:1 – 27:11 The daughters of Zelophehad receive inheritance
27:12 – 27:23 Joshua, commissioned by God, to succeed Moses
28:1 – 28:8 The daily burnt offerings
28:9 – 28:10 Offering on the Sabbath
28:11 – 28:15 Offering on the new moon
28:16 – 28:25 Offerings during the feast of unleavened bread
28:26 – 28:31 Offerings during the feast of Pentecost
29:1 – 29:6 Offerings during the feast of trumpets
29:7 – 29:11 The day of atonement offerings
29:12 – 29:40 Offerings during the feast of tabernacles
30:1 – 30:16 Laws concerning vows
31:1 – 31:24 The killing of the Midianites (Balaam)
31:25 – 31:54 The division of the prey from the victory against the Midianites
32:1 – 32: 42 Reuben and Gad given the land of Gilead, east of Jordon (former kingdoms of Sihon and Og)
33:1 – 33:49 Israel’s journey from Egypt to Canaan
33:50 – 33:56 Preparations and instructions prior to entering Canaan
34:1 – 34:29 The boundaries of Canaan and border lines for each tribe
35:1 – 35:8 The inheritance of the Levites
35:9 – 35:34 The cities of refuge and its guidelines
36:1 – 36:13 Daughters of Zelophehad receive rights to marry within their own tribe to preserve inheritance