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We may find one explanation that is based on lineage. This is outlined first. The second explanation is based on a tithe (tenth). The second explanation may be found in the Book of Jubilees. This is shown second. Moses and Aaron The original reason for having a separate priestly tribe is because the children of Israel were afraid of God and His voice. ...


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Audrey's answer is correct, and here is the quote. The Levites remained loyal and restored order when the people were worshiping the Golden Calf. They killed 3,000 of their fellow Israelites, which set them apart. 19 When Moses approached the camp and saw the calf and the dancing, his anger burned and he threw the tablets out of his hands, breaking them to ...


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Gen 49:5-7 was indeed a prophecy concerning Simeon and Levi. They were scattered/dispersed due to their anger and when you go into Exodus we see someone who represented this prophecy as Moses who was from Levi tribe. Moses was first taken away from Israel during his birth after Pharaoh ordered the killing of male child that was born. He then went to live in ...


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