Today's topic is a musical side note in the book of Numbers. The children of Israel were traveling and an occurrence was the inspiration for a song. Sometimes it's the little things in life that are the most important, and the most meaningful. Little things such as water...
Here's a break from my usual content for something fun...a video I put together right after St. Patrick's Day of this year. I originally used just three of the audio tracks (and sang the fourth part) in a local community event at which my wife and I entertained. Enjoy this Irish Blessing!
If you like this video, please share it with friends! It's just a start, but I plan to make some more soon.
The trumpet is the most frequently referenced instrument in the Bible, by far. But what was the trumpet used for in Bible times? The answer can be found in this post, as we explore the use of trumpet music for people of the Old Testament. Trumpets are mentioned in over ninety verses in the Old Testament alone, so there are definitely some patterns that we can see from all these passages.
In the Bible verses we examine today in the book of Exodus, the Israelites were singing again. However, this singing differed greatly from the singing they were doing after the Red Sea crossing. This music didn't have the sound of praise, but the chaotic sound of war.
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