What details standout in this statistical account which make one aware of the particular interests and concerns of Moses the ‘statistician? (Cf. 33:2)
What does he wants his readers to take note of and remember?
The theme of entry into a promised inheritance appears several times in the New Testament.
Cf. especially Acts 20:32; Rom 8:17; Gal 3:29; Heb 6:11,12.
Hebrews 11 makes it clear that our real inheritance teach us about preparing for and claiming our true inheritance? To what warnings ought we to pay attention?