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Numbers has actually been a much more interesting book than I thought it was going to be, but not this time around. This time we get nothing but a census, a bunch of offerings and vows made by women, which can be disregarded if the father thinks that his daughter is being unwise and decides to step in. I guess that is what led to vows of holding the peace during wedding ceremonies, which usually only ever happens in TV shows and movies. On a more interesting note Joshua does become the successor for Moses, but that is about all there is to this section. Hopefully, Numbers will prove to be more interesting next week again and prove all those people wrong who have considered Numbers to be about nothing but statistics without actually bothering to read the book for themselves.