In our second year in the wilderness Korah leads a revolt against Moses and Aaron.
Yehovah’s rebellious people have just found out that they must remain in the wilderness for 40 years because they refuse to follow His word and ways given to them through Moses. Sound familiar?
Here is a case where little leaven can spoil the whole loaf. The men who die first are some of Israel’s most respected leaders and princes, including Korah, Dathan and Abiram; and after that, thousands more are killed by Yehovah because they will not listen to Moses. Only two men, over 20 years old, out of 600,000+ men will survive the 40 years because they were not apart of this rebellious people. Now is the time to come out of the kingdom of our birth and learn to follow only Moses.
We too are getting ready to go into the wilderness for a bit over 3 1/2 years; that is assuming we are wise enough to become one of Yehovah set-apart men, or at least join ourselves to them when the pillars of fire and smoke appear over them all over the earth. Will we survive in Yehovah’s camp? Or will we also be some of His rebellious people who will need to be destroyed before He brings us into His the millennial kingdom? Will we learn from history, or repeat it?
Korah Leads A Revolt
2N08 Numbers 16-17
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