Numbers 34 Bible Study

 

Numbers 34 Outline

 

– The Israelites Boundaries of Canaan in the south, west, north and east (Numbers 34:1-18)

– A list of the leader’s name from each tribe responsible for helping to assign the land (Numbers 34:19-29)

 

 

Numbers 34 Summary

 

In Numbers 34, God instructed Moses about the boundaries of land allotted to them in Canaan. The southern boundary includes wilderness of Zin along by the coast of Edom with the coast of the salt sea eastward continue on to the south to the ascent of Akrabbim, and pass on to Zin and onwards to Kadeshbarnea, on to Hazaraddar, and Azmon: on to Azmon unto the river of Egypt, and end at the sea.

 

The western boundary is the the great sea.

 

The northern boundary is from the great sea to mount Hor, from mount Hor to the entrance of Hamath; and on to Zedad and on to Ziphron, and end at Hazarenan.

 

The eastern boundary is from Hazarenan to Shepham, from Shepham to Riblah, on the east side of Ain; with the sea of Chinnereth eastward, going down to Jordan and end at the Salt Sea.

 

God commanded Moses to assign the land to the Israelites as an inheritance for the nine and a half tribe. The two and a half tribes including Reuben, Gad and the half tribe of Manasseh will inherit the land on the east side of the Jordan of Jericho.

 

Numbers 34:19-29 is a list of the leader from each of the 12 tribes responsible for allotting the land to the people in their own tribe.

 

 

Numbers 34 Bible Study

 

1. Trust in God’s provision

God had been taking care of the Israelites’ needs ever since he led them out of Egypt. The Israelites never lack food, water and clothes when living in the desert for 40 years. Now, they finally are going into Canaan to take possession of the land. In Numbers 34, God instructed Moses about the souther, western, northern and eastern boundary of the Israelites in Canaan. We should surrender all our problems to God and let the Holy Spirit guide us. If you trust and rely on God, God will surely deliver out from all your problems (Proverbs 3:5; Matthew 6:26).