•  Creation
•  Day of Rest
•  Garden Of Eden
•  The Temptation
•  Guard At Eden's Entrance
•  Primitive Sacrifices
•  Population Of The Earth In The Early Times
•  Sons Of God
•  Daughters Of Men
•  Antediluvian Chronology
•  The Apostasy
•  Noah
•  Re-Peopling The Earth
•  Tower of Babel
•  Postdiluvian Chronology
•  Abram
•  Promised Land
•  Melchizedek
•  Ishmael
•  Covenant Of Circumcision
•  Last Days of Abraham
•  Isaac
•  Esau And Jacob
•  Joseph
•  Duration Of The Sojourn In Egypt
•  The Enslavement
•  The Exodus
•  On To Sinai
•  Encampment At Sinai
•  Events Of The Encampment
•  Proclamation Of The Law
•  Other Laws
•  Hebrew Calendar
•  Sabbath and Feasts
•  Time Given to Religion
•  Property Given to Religion
•  The Tabernacle
•  The Priesthood
•  The Worship
•  Peculiarities of the Law of Moses
•  Last Days at Sinai
•  On to Canaan
•  Moses, The Man of God
•  Conquest of Canaan
•  Reign of the Judges
•  Samuel the Prophet
•  The Hebrew Monarchy
•  Revolt
•  Kingdom of Israel
•  Kingdom of Judah
•  The Babylonish Captivity
•  John the Baptist
•  Jesus of Nazareth
•  The Law of Moses
•  The Twelve Apostles
•  The Kingdom or Church of Christ
•  Saul of Tarsus


Events Of The Encampment

The important events at the encampment at Mount Sinai were:
  • The people entered into a covenant with the Lord (Exodus 19:1-8).
  • The people and priests were sanctified (Exodus 19:9-25).
  • The ten commandments were proclaimed (Exodus 19:1-25; Exodus 20:1-17; Deuteronomy 5:1-22).
  • The people were greatly frightened by the voice of the Lord and requested Moses to speak to them (Exodus 20:18-21).
  • Moses, accompanied part of the way by Joshua and others, retired Into the mountain, where he spent forty days and nights with the Lord (Exodus 24:1,2,9-18).
  • Moses received the pattern for the tabernacle (Exodus 25:1-40).
  • Moses was commanded to set Aaron and his sons apart for the priestly office (Exodus 28:1).
  • Bezaleel and Aholiab were called upon to take the lead in the construction of the house of the Lord (Exodus 31:1-6).
  • The Lord gave Moses two tables of stone with the ten commandments written upon them (Exodus 31:18).
  • The people, led by Aaron, fell into idolatry (Exodus 32:1-6).
  • Moses pleaded in their behalf but broke the tables of stone as he descended from the mountain (Exodus 32:7-24).
  • The Levites showed their devotion to the cause of the Lord (Exodus 32:25-35).
  • Moses had a glimpse of the glory of God (Exodus 33:12-23).
  • The tables of stone were renewed (Exodus 34:1-28).
  • Moses returned from the mountain, erected an altar and sacrifices were offered upon it (Exodus 24:3-5; Exodus 35:29-35).
  • The people again entered into a covenant with the Lord (Exodus 24:7,8; Hebrews 9:18-21).
  • Moses called upon the people for a freewill offering of material for the construction of the tabernacle (Exodus 35:1-29).
  • The people gave with such liberality that it was necessary to restrain them (Exodus 36:1-7).
  • The tabernacle was set up (Exodus 40:1-38).
  • Aaron and his sons were consecrated and fire descended upon the brazen altar (Leviticus 8:1-36; Leviticus 9:1-24).
  • Nadab and Abihu were slain for desecrating the worship of God (Leviticus 10:1,2).
  • The Levites were consecrated (Numbers 8:1-26).
  • The second Passover was observed (Numbers 9:1-15).
  • The order of the encampment was regulated (Numbers 2:1-34).
  • The princes made their offerings (Numbers 7:1-9).
  • The people were numbered (Numbers 1:1-46).

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