Book of Numbers in Wikipedia

The Book of Numbers (Greek: Αριθμοί arithmoi meaning "numbers") or Bəmidbar (Hebrew: במדבר, literally "In the desert [of]") is the fourth book of the Hebrew Bible, and the fourth of five books of the Jewish Torah/Pentateuch. This book may be divided into three parts: The numbering of the people at Sinai, and preparations for resuming their march (1–10:10). An account of the journey from Sinai to Moab, the sending out of the spies and the report they brought back, the murmurings (eight times) of the people at the hardships by the way, and the subsequent exile into the wilderness for 40 years (10:11–21:20). The transactions in the plain of Moab before crossing the Jordan River (21:21–36). In Numbers, the priests are instructed to bless the nation of Israel as follows: "May Yahweh bless you, and keep you. May Yahweh let his face shine on you and be gracious to you. May Yahweh show you his face and bring you peace."[1] This priestly blessing is regularly performed during Jewish services,[2] on Jewish holidays, and sometimes by parents over their own children before the Friday Shabbat meal...

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