Exodus 30 & 31
- Chapter 30. The altar of incense and the bronze laver speak of the need for prayer and for daily cleansing. Cf. Ps. 141:2; John 13:10; 1 John 1:8, 9. What lessons can we learn from this chapter on these important subjects?
- Chapter 31. What was God’s part and what was the children of Israel’s in the designing and making of the tabernacle? See verses 1-11 and cf. 25:2, 9.
- How does Aaron illustrate the dangers of compromise when essentials are at stake? What did compromise lead to? Why was God’s anger kindled against the people?
- What features of Moses’ character stand out in this chapter? What can we learn from his example?