Step 1: Numbers - Chapter 1
The LORD told Moses to count the Israelite armies. The number of men over twenty years old was 603,550. The Levites were not counted.
Step 2: Numbers - Chapter 2
The Israelites shall camp around the tabernacle: Judah to the east, Reuben to the south, Ephraim to the west and Dan to the north.
Step 3: Numbers - Chapter 3
The Levites are to assist Aaron. I have taken them in place of every firstborn. The number of Levites over one month old was 22,000.
Step 4: Numbers - Chapter 4
The Kohathites are to carry the most holy things. The Gershonites are to carry the coverings. The Merarites are to carry the frame.
Step 5: Numbers - Chapter 5
Anyone who sins shall make restitution and add a fifth. If a man suspects his wife of unfaithfulness he shall take her to the priest.
Step 6: Numbers - Chapter 6
Anyone who makes a Nazirite vow shall not drink wine or cut their hair. Aaron's blessing shall be: "The LORD bless you and keep you."
Step 7: Numbers - Chapter 7
The leader of each tribe brought a grain offering, a burnt offering, a sin offering and peace offerings. Moses spoke with the LORD.
Step 8: Numbers - Chapter 8
Present the Levites as a wave offering to the LORD and make atonement for them. I have set them apart to serve at the tent of meeting.
Step 9: Numbers - Chapter 9
In the first month of the second year the Israelites kept the Passover. Whenever the cloud lifted from the tabernacle they journeyed.
Step 10: Numbers - Chapter 10
Make two silver trumpets to direct the congregation. In the second month the cloud lifted and they set out as the LORD had commanded.
Step 11: Numbers - Chapter 11
The people grumbled that they had no meat. The LORD was angry but he sent quails. He put his Spirit on seventy elders to help Moses.
Step 12: Numbers - Chapter 12
Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses. The LORD was angry and Miriam became leprous. Moses prayed and after seven days she returned.
Step 13: Numbers - Chapter 13
Moses sent men to spy out the land of Canaan. Caleb said, "Let us go up," but the others said that the inhabitants were too strong.
Step 14: Numbers - Chapter 14
The people grumbled so the LORD said that they would spend forty years in the wilderness. They went up to the land but were defeated.
Step 15: Numbers - Chapter 15
There is one law for you and for strangers. Make an offering if you sin unintentionally. Anyone who sins defiantly shall be cut off.
Step 16: Numbers - Chapter 16
Korah, Dathan and Abiram rose against Moses and Aaron. Moses said, "The LORD will choose." The ground swallowed up those with Korah.
Step 17: Numbers - Chapter 17
The LORD told Moses to bring a staff from each tribal leader to the Tent of Meeting to stop the grumbling. Aaron's staff blossomed.
Step 18: Numbers - Chapter 18
The LORD told Aaron: "I have given you the Levites to work at the Tent of Meeting. Everything that is devoted to the LORD is yours."
Step 19: Numbers - Chapter 19
Burn a heifer outside the camp for the water of cleansing. Anyone who is unclean and does not cleanse themselves shall be cut off.
Step 20: Numbers - Chapter 20
The LORD told Moses to speak to a rock to produce water but he struck the rock. Edom refused Israel passage. Aaron died at Mount Hor.
Step 21: Numbers - Chapter 21
The people grumbled so the LORD sent snakes. Moses made a bronze snake and whoever looked at it lived. Israel defeated the Amorites.
Step 22: Numbers - Chapter 22
Balak sent for Balaam to curse Israel. Balaam's donkey warned him. The Angel of the LORD said, "Go, but speak only what I tell you."
Step 23: Numbers - Chapter 23
The LORD gave Balaam a word: "How can I curse whom God has not cursed?" Then at another place: "The LORD their God is with Israel."
Step 24: Numbers - Chapter 24
Balaam gave a word: "How lovely are your tents, O Jacob." Balak was angry. Balaam said: "A star and a sceptre shall rise in Israel."
Step 25: Numbers - Chapter 25
The people were unfaithful with Moabite women and worshipped their gods. Phinehas killed one couple and the LORD commended his zeal.
Step 26: Numbers - Chapter 26
The LORD told Moses and Eleazar to take a census. There were 601,730 fighting men and 23,000 Levites. Only Joshua and Caleb remained.
Step 27: Numbers - Chapter 27
The daughters of Zelophehad were given an inheritance. The LORD told Moses that he was to die. Moses commissioned Joshua as leader.
Step 28: Numbers - Chapter 28
Bring offerings each morning and evening, on the Sabbath and on the first of the month. Celebrate Passover and the Feast of Weeks.
Step 29: Numbers - Chapter 29
In the seventh month on first day sound the trumpets; on the tenth day make atonement; on the fifteenth day celebrate for seven days.
Step 30: Numbers - Chapter 30
When a man makes a vow he must not break his word. When a woman makes a vow it shall stand unless her father or husband forbids it.
Step 31: Numbers - Chapter 31
The LORD told Moses to take vengeance on the Midianites. The Israelites killed the men, burned their cities and divided the spoils.
Step 32: Numbers - Chapter 32
Reuben and Gad asked to settle in Gilead. Moses agreed if they helped to conquer the land, so Reuben, Gad and Manasseh built cities.
Step 33: Numbers - Chapter 33
The Israelites journeyed from Egypt. In the fortieth year Aaron died. They camped by the Jordan and the LORD said, "Take the land."
Step 34: Numbers - Chapter 34
Your borders in Canaan shall be Edom, the Great Sea, Mount Hor and the Jordan. Eleazar and Joshua shall divide the land among you.
Step 35: Numbers - Chapter 35
You shall give cities to the Levites. Appoint cites of refuge for anyone who has killed accidently. A murderer shall be put to death.
Step 36: Numbers - Chapter 36
The clan of Gilead asked about Zelophehad's daughters. Moses said, "Daughters who inherit land must marry within their own tribe."