Books of Moses

The Books of Moses consist of the first five books of the Bible. The Books of Moses include Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.

Genesis contains the story of creation and the very early history of this world. Genesis also includes the story of Abram, whose name was changed to Abraham, his son Issac, his son Jacob, along with the blessings and trails they experienced.

Genesis sets the tone by showing us mistakes made from Adam to Jacob. Whose name was changed to Israel. Many of those stories show how decisions were made with and without God’s advice and approval. We still live with the effects of many of those mistakes.

Exodus tells how Moses worked with God to free Israel from Egypt. There are many spiritual symbols involved that relate to this world today. Exodus also contains the original design of the Tabernacle, services inside the Tabernacle, plus the work and material that went into building the Tabernacle. Exodus also contains stories about the wilderness crossing to the Promised Land.

Leviticus is commonly known as the Book of the Law. Leviticus contains a lot more than the laws. Leviticus shows how people reacted to those laws, tried to change those laws, and suffered for questioning and breaking those laws.



Numbers is normally thought of as a book that contains the early genealogy of Israel. Numbers also contains stories about the wilderness crossing and the perils Moses and Israel faced.




Deuteronomy is like an epitaph for Moses. Deuteronomy is the farewell address for Moses. Moses knew he was going to die and he reviewed everything with Israel before he left. Deuteronomy is Moses’ last attempt to educate and prepare Israel to cross into the Promised Land and give God the respect and thanks He deserved.


This website has been worked and reworked to improve your experience as you walk through the Bible or search for information. Menus have been added that divide the Bible into commonly known groups. Each group contains a number of books from the Bible in the order they are found in the Bible. You can navigate through each drop down menu to search for the information you are looking for.

Links have been added to each main page for every book of the Bible. Those links show the results of a simple search. That page will show you topics, studies, and stories related to each book of the Bible. At least those I have written about and posted. More are added everyday.

The drop down menu for each book of the Bible will show studies and stories from that Bible Book.

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This is basically the opening page for Leviticus. I have numerous Studies and Chapters from my published books covering many parts of Leviticus. If you don’t see what you are looking for, send me and email or leave a comment. I also have a vast collection of personal studies I can either post or share privately.

Click here to see a page showing a number of posts centering on Leviticus.

This page will explain the Top Menu on every Page in

The Top Menu is a list of Bible Books.

It will take some time to add all 66 Books in the Bible.

Each Book has a Drop Down.

Hover your courser over the Book to see a list of Studies, articles, and Stories from that Book in the Bible. On your phone you can click on the Down Arrow.

Click on any Link you wish to View.

If you do not see the Chapter you are looking for, try using the SEARCH option located on either the side or Bottom of the Page. Enter in your Book and Chapter. (I. E. Leviticus 1)

The results will show every Article containing the phrase Genesis 1. You can also enter names, phrases, cities, symbols, and other search terms in the Search Box.

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