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Why Grandma said the OT might be hard for me to understand. I just see so much death for sin. I realize that all of this took place before Christ died, but if God needed so much death to justify sin before; what changed?
beckygowen Christ changed it. It was so good to talk with you my sweet. One of the things that I liked aout this reading that God felt compassion for the daughters of a man who died that had no sons. God said the daughters could receive the inheritance and traditionally it went to the sons. Also, it is touching because Moses will see the promised land but can't enter it only Joshua and Caleb from that generation.