Seeing God's Breath

The Old Testament Scriptures record the process of collecting its books. From the beginning of the written Law, Moses gave the Law to the priests to care for it (Deut. 31:9). God commanded that the Book of the Law be placed in the Ark of the Covenant for which the Levites oversaw (Deut. 31:9, 26). From Moses on, books were added to the Law as they were written by inspired men. The book of Joshua records Joshua writing in “the Book of the Law of God” and adding his inspired words to the Law of God (Josh. 24:26). Even unto the writing of Chronicles, the Book of Kings was written into the Law of the Lord (2 Chron. 35:26-27), and the Book of Kings reads that the Chronicles were

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