Understanding the Scriptures
|Renown (v. 2)||Well-known people|
|Censers (vv. 6, 17–18, 37–39)||Containers to burn incense|
|Separated (v. 9)||Chosen|
|Company (vv. 11, 16)||Group, family|
|Wroth, wrath (vv. 15, 22, 46)||Angry, anger|
|About (v. 24)||Near|
|Appertain, appertained (vv. 30, 32–33)||Belong|
|Provoked (v. 30)||Made angry|
|Clave asunder (v. 31)||Split apart|
|Yonder (v. 37)||Away from the camp|
|Hallowed (vv. 37–38)||Holy or sacred|
|Broad plates (vv. 38–39)||Metal sheets (from the metal of the censers)|
|Brasen (v. 39)||Bronze, copper|
Studying the Scriptures
Do activity A as you study Numbers 16.
Tell the Story in Your Own Words
Write the story of Numbers 16 in your own words.
Explain how this story is an example of President Harold B. Lee’s statements in the introduction to this chapter.
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