The first thing you need when you get into bible study is the word of god, and that’s not a bad thing.
However, the bible itself can be a bit confusing, especially for someone who isn’t familiar with its content.
We all know that it is a record of the deeds of God’s prophets, apostles, and martyrs, and how they all got there.
This is what makes it the Bible’s ultimate test, and the key to its validity as a source of scripture.
But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to find.
If you’re new to the Bible, this article should help you navigate the various sections.
There are several different books in the bible, but for those of us who have read it before, we’ll start with the two main ones, Exodus and Deuteronomy.
There’s a lot to say about each book, and it’s best to get into each book’s section before you read any of the other sections, but we’ll get to that later.
In the meantime, here are a few quick thoughts about Exodus and the various parts of Deuteronomys text that you might find confusing.
Exodus 1:1-11: A man is asked by a king to go and visit his son in the land of Canaan.
The king replies: There are two sons of Israel living in that land.
There is one called Israel, the son of Shechem.
There was another son of the same name, named Joseph.
The first is named Aaron, the second is called Levi.
The name Levi is derived from the Hebrew word meaning “son of the son.”
The Hebrew word for “son” in Hebrew is אָרִים (shalom).
Aaron is called לֹקִד (son) and Levi is called ִבְּשִתֵּה (lehish).
So when we say Aaron and Levi, we’re talking about two different sons.
Aaron, who was the son born of Joseph, is the son from Shechem, who’s one of the Hebrew tribes.
So that means Aaron’s father is Shechem’s father.
But when we look at the text, we find that Aaron’s mother is from the tribe of Levi, which means she had a son named Levi who was born of the daughter of Shecheh, which is the tribe which includes the land now called Israel.
So when Moses asks Aaron to go to Canaan, he’s referring to the two sons born of Shechan.
Then Moses tells Aaron to travel to Canaan in order to look for Levi.
Exodus 10:1: Aaron went out from his father and went to the house of the Canaanite king.
2 Aaron brought the flax and the barley, and he brought the flour with him.
3 Aaron took the flute and the bow and the arrows and the buckler, and Aaron took all the spoils, and they brought him all the provisions.
4 Aaron went down to the land that the Canaanites had left and took all their grain, and all their produce.
5 Aaron brought them the flake and the flint and the mortar, and a stone and a quiver of arrows.
6 Aaron went into the house and bowed down before the lord of the land, and said: I am the son that is from Shecheth, from the land which is called Israel: and I am Levi.
Aaron brought all the goods he had brought, but they gave him nothing.
The Canaanite King, seeing the two Aarons, asked him: Why have you brought them nothing?
7 And Aaron answered him: Because they were of the sons of Shechel.
8 Then the king said to Aaron: You brought everything that I asked you, but you have not brought me anything.
9 Aaron answered the king, saying: You have done nothing for me, because you have come to me. 10 Aaron then went to his father, and asked him to bring all the things he brought and give them to him.
11 When Aaron had brought all his goods and everything that he had been promised, the Canaanitic King said to him: Give me all the flocks, sheep, goats, and cattle, and bring me all your flocks and herds.
12 And Aaron said to the king: Do not think that I have not come to you, for you have taken all my flocks.
13 The Canaanites said to his son: You are indeed my father.
14 And Aaron went back to his fathers house, and bowed his head before the LORD of the nations.
And he gave the flutes and the bows and the quivers of arrows to his servants.
Aaron went to Jerusalem and entered the temple and gave thanks, saying to the LORD: I have come out from Shecharon to bless you and