It’s Here! Your Complimentary 2022 Israel Calendar

Numbers 29; Numbers 30; Numbers 31; Mark 9:1-29

1 The first day of the seventh month will be a holy occasion for you. You will not do any job-related work. It will be for you a day of the trumpet's sound. 2 You will offer an entirely burned offering as a soothing smell to the LORD: one bull from the herd, one ram, and seven male lambs one year old, all flawless. 3 Their grain offering will be fine flour mixed with oil, three-tenths for the bull, two-tenths for the ram, 4 and one-tenth for each of the seven lambs. 5 There will be one male goat for a purification offering to seek reconciliation for yourselves. 6 This is in addition to the monthly entirely burned offering with its grain offering, and the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and drink offerings as prescribed. It will be a soothing smell, a food gift to the LORD. 7 The tenth day of this seventh month will be a holy occasion for you. You will deny yourselves and not do any work. 8 You will present an entirely burned offering to the LORD as a soothing smell: one bull from the herd, one ram, and seven male lambs one year old. They will be flawless. 9 Their grain offering will be fine flour mixed with oil, three-tenths for the bull, two-tenths for the one ram, 10 and one-tenth for each of the seven lambs. 11 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the purification offering of reconciliation, and the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and drink offerings. 12 The fifteenth day of the seventh month will be a holy occasion for you. You will not do any job-related work. You will celebrate a festival to the LORD for seven days. 13 You will present an entirely burned offering, a food gift as a soothing smell to the LORD: thirteen bulls from the herd, two rams, and fourteen male lambs one year old. They will be flawless. 14 Their grain offering will be fine flour mixed with oil: three-tenths for each of the thirteen bulls, two-tenths for each of the two rams, 15 and one-tenth for each of the fourteen lambs. 16 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and its drink offering. 17 On the second day: twelve bulls from the herd, two rams, and fourteen male lambs one year old, all flawless. 18 The grain offering and drink offerings for the bulls, rams, and lambs will be as prescribed for their number. 19 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and drink offerings. 20 On the third day: eleven bulls, two rams, and fourteen male lambs one year old, all flawless. 21 The grain offering and drink offerings for the bulls, rams, and lambs will be as prescribed for their number. 22 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and drink offering. 23 On the fourth day: ten bulls, two rams, and fourteen male lambs one year old, all flawless. 24 The grain offering and drink offerings for the bulls, rams, and lambs will be as prescribed for their number. 25 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and drink offering. 26 On the fifth day: nine bulls, two rams, and fourteen male lambs one year old, all flawless. 27 The grain offering and their drink offerings for the bulls, rams, and lambs will be as prescribed for their number. 28 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and drink offering. 29 On the sixth day: eight bulls, two rams, and fourteen male lambs one year old, all flawless. 30 The grain offering and their drink offerings for the bulls, rams, and lambs will be as prescribed for their number. 31 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and its drink offerings. 32 On the seventh day: seven bulls, two rams, and fourteen male lambs one year old, all flawless. 33 The grain offering and their drink offering for the bulls, rams, and lambs will be as prescribed for their number. 34 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and its drink offering. 35 On the eighth day you will have a holiday. You will not do any job-related work. 36 You will present an entirely burned offering, a food gift as a soothing smell to the LORD: one bull, one ram, and seven male lambs one year old, all without blemish. 37 The grain offering and their drink offerings for the bull, ram, and lambs will be as prescribed for their number. 38 There will be one male goat for a purification offering in addition to the regular entirely burned offering with its grain offering and its drink offering. 39 These you will offer to the LORD at your appointed times in addition to your payments for solemn promises, your spontaneous gifts, your entirely burned offerings, your grain offerings, your drink offerings, and your well-being sacrifices. 40 Moses told the Israelites everything that the LORD commanded Moses.
1 Moses spoke to the leaders of the tribes of the Israelites: This is what the LORD has commanded: 2 When a man makes a solemn promise to the LORD or swears a solemn pledge of binding obligation for himself, he cannot break his word. He must do everything he said. 3 When a woman makes a solemn promise to the LORD or a binding obligation while she is young and in her father's household, 4 and her father hears her solemn promise or her binding obligation for herself and keeps silent—then all her solemn promises and any of her binding obligations for herself will stand. 5 But if her father expresses disapproval to her on the day that he hears her, none of her solemn promises nor any of her binding obligations for herself will stand. The LORD will forgive her, because her father expressed disapproval to her. 6 If she marries while her solemn promise is in effect or makes a statement by which she binds herself, 7 and her husband hears it and on the day he hears it keeps silent—her solemn promises will stand as well as her binding obligations for herself. 8 But if on the day that her husband hears it he expresses disapproval to her, he can break her solemn promise and the statement by which she bound herself. Then the LORD will forgive her. 9 Every solemn promise of a widow or a divorced woman who makes a binding obligation for herself will stand. 10 If a woman makes a solemn promise in her husband's household or makes a binding obligation for herself with a solemn pledge, 11 and her husband hears, keeps silent, and doesn't express disapproval to her—then all her solemn promises will stand and all her binding obligations for herself will stand. 12 If her husband breaks them on the day he hears them, then whatever she said with regard to her solemn promises or the binding obligations for herself will not stand. Her husband has broken them. The LORD will forgive her. 13 Her husband may allow any solemn promise or any binding pledge of self-denial to stand or be broken. 14 But if her husband keeps silent from one day to the next, he has upheld all her solemn promises, or all her binding obligations. He has upheld them because he remained silent on the day he heard them. 15 If he breaks them after he has heard them, he will assume her guilt. 16 These are the regulations that the LORD commanded Moses concerning a husband and his wife and between a father and his daughter while she is young and in her father's household.
1 The LORD spoke to Moses: 2 Take just reparations for the Israelites from the Midianites. Afterward you will join your ancestors. 3 Moses spoke to the people: "Equip some of your men for battle so that they may go against Midian and execute the LORD's just punishment against Midian. 4 You will send out for battle one thousand from each of the tribes of Israel." 5 From the thousands of Israel, one thousand from each tribe were selected. Twelve thousand were equipped for battle. 6 Moses sent them to battle, one thousand from each tribe, along with Phinehas, Eleazar the priest's son, who carried the sanctuary equipment and the trumpets for sounding the alarm in his hand. 7 They battled against Midian as the LORD had commanded Moses, and they killed every male. 8 They killed the kings of Midian: Evi, Rekem, Zur, Hur, and Reba, the five kings of Midian, along with others slain. They also killed Balaam, Beor's son, with the sword. 9 The Israelites took captive the Midianite women, their little ones, all their cattle, their herds, and their possessions. 10 They burned all the cities where they lived and their encampments. 11 They took all the spoils of war and the valuable property, both human and animal, 12 and they brought the captives, the valuable property, and the spoils of war to Moses, Eleazar the priest, and the Israelite community, at the camp on the plains of Moab by the Jordan across from Jericho. 13 Moses, Eleazar the priest, and the chiefs of the community went to meet them outside the camp. 14 Moses became angry with the commanders of the army, the officers of thousands and the officers of hundreds, who came back from the battle. 15 Moses said to them, "Have you let all the women live? 16 These very women, on Balaam's advice, made the Israelites break faith with the LORD in the affair at Peor, so there was a plague among the LORD's community. 17 Now kill every male child and every female who has known a man intimately by sleeping with him. 18 But all the young girls who have not known a man intimately by sleeping with him, spare for yourselves. 19 You will remain outside the camp for seven days. Everyone among you or your captives who has killed a person or touched a corpse must purify themselves on the third and seventh days. 20 You must also purify every garment, and everything made of leather, goats' hair, or wood." 21 Eleazar the priest said to the men of battle who had gone out to war, "This is the regulation in the Instruction that the LORD commanded Moses: 22 Gold, silver, copper, iron, tin, and lead— 23 anything that can withstand fire—you will put through the fire and it will be clean. It will also be purified with the water of purification. Anything that isn't able to withstand fire, you will immerse in water. 24 You must wash your clothes on the seventh day and you will be clean. Afterward you may enter the camp." 25 The LORD said to Moses: 26 You, Eleazar the priest, and the leaders of the community's households must take an inventory of the valuable property and the captives, both human and animals, 27 and divide the valuable property between the warriors who went into battle and the entire community. 28 You will offer as tribute to the LORD from each warrior who went into battle one living being in five hundred, whether human, oxen, donkeys, or flocks. 29 Take it from the warriors' half and give it to Eleazar the priest as a gift offering to the LORD. 30 But from the Israelites' half you will take one out of every fifty, whether from human, oxen, donkeys, or flock—all the animals. You will give them to the Levites who carry out the duties of the LORD's dwelling. 31 Moses and Eleazar the priest did as the LORD commanded Moses. 32 The valuable property remaining from the spoils of war that the people of the army had taken was 675,000 sheep, 33 72,000 oxen, 34 61,000 donkeys, 35 and 32,000 women who hadn't known a man intimately by sleeping with him. 36 The half-share of those who had gone out to battle numbered 337,500 sheep, 37 of which the LORD's tribute was 675. 38 The oxen were 36,000, of which the LORD's tribute was 72. 39 The donkeys were 30,500, of which the LORD's tribute was 61. 40 Humans were 16,000, of which the LORD's tribute was 32 persons. 41 Moses gave the tribute, a gift offering for the LORD, to Eleazar the priest as the LORD had commanded Moses. 42 As for the half-share of the Israelites that Moses divided from those who had gone out to battle: 43 the community's half-share was 337,500 sheep, 44 36,000 oxen, 45 30,500 donkeys, 46 and 16,000 humans. 47 Moses took from the Israelites' half one out of every fifty, from humans and animals. He gave them to the Levites who carry out the duties of the LORD's dwelling, just as the LORD had commanded Moses. 48 The commanders over the thousands of the army, officers over thousands and officers over hundreds, approached Moses 49 and said to Moses, "Your servants have counted the warriors in our charge and not one of us is missing. 50 We have brought the LORD's offering that each found, gold articles—anklets, bracelets, signet rings, earrings, and necklaces—to seek reconciliation for ourselves before the LORD." 51 Moses and Eleazar the priest took all the gold articles from them. 52 All the gold for the gift offering that was presented to the LORD from the officers of thousands and the officers of hundreds was sixteen thousand seven hundred fifty shekels. 53 Each of the men of battle took spoils of war for himself. 54 Yet Moses and Eleazar the priest also received the gold from the officers of thousands and of hundreds, and they brought it to the meeting tent as a memorial for the Israelites before the LORD.
1 Jesus continued, "I assure you that some standing here won't die before they see God's kingdom arrive in power." 2 Six days later Jesus took Peter, James, and John, and brought them to the top of a very high mountain where they were alone. He was transformed in front of them, 3 and his clothes were amazingly bright, brighter than if they had been bleached white. 4 Elijah and Moses appeared and were talking with Jesus. 5 Peter reacted to all of this by saying to Jesus, "Rabbi, it's good that we're here. Let's make three shrines—one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah." 6 He said this because he didn't know how to respond, for the three of them were terrified. 7 Then a cloud overshadowed them, and a voice spoke from the cloud, "This is my Son, whom I dearly love. Listen to him!" 8 Suddenly, looking around, they no longer saw anyone with them except Jesus. 9 As they were coming down the mountain, he ordered them not to tell anyone what they had seen until after the Human One had risen from the dead. 10 So they kept it to themselves, wondering, "What's this ‘rising from the dead'?" 11 They asked Jesus, "Why do the legal experts say that Elijah must come first?" 12 He answered, "Elijah does come first to restore all things. Why was it written that the Human One would suffer many things and be rejected? 13 In fact, I tell you that Elijah has come, but they did to him whatever they wanted, just as it was written about him." 14 When Jesus, Peter, James, and John approached the other disciples, they saw a large crowd surrounding them and legal experts arguing with them. 15 Suddenly the whole crowd caught sight of Jesus. They ran to greet him, overcome with excitement. 16 Jesus asked them, "What are you arguing about?" 17 Someone from the crowd responded, "Teacher, I brought my son to you, since he has a spirit that doesn't allow him to speak. 18 Wherever it overpowers him, it throws him into a fit. He foams at the mouth, grinds his teeth, and stiffens up. So I spoke to your disciples to see if they could throw it out, but they couldn't." 19 Jesus answered them, "You faithless generation, how long will I be with you? How long will I put up with you? Bring him to me." 20 They brought him. When the spirit saw Jesus, it immediately threw the boy into a fit. He fell on the ground and rolled around, foaming at the mouth. 21 Jesus asked his father, "How long has this been going on?" He said, "Since he was a child. 22 It has often thrown him into a fire or into water trying to kill him. If you can do anything, help us! Show us compassion!" 23 Jesus said to him, "‘If you can do anything'? All things are possible for the one who has faith." 24 At that the boy's father cried out, "I have faith; help my lack of faith!" 25 Noticing that the crowd had surged together, Jesus spoke harshly to the unclean spirit, "Mute and deaf spirit, I command you to come out of him and never enter him again." 26 After screaming and shaking the boy horribly, the spirit came out. The boy seemed to be dead; in fact, several people said that he had died. 27 But Jesus took his hand, lifted him up, and he arose. 28 After Jesus went into a house, his disciples asked him privately, "Why couldn't we throw this spirit out?" 29 Jesus answered, "Throwing this kind of spirit out requires prayer."
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