Day 15

Nahshon, Who Brought the First Offering

from the The Genealogy of Jesus reading plan

Genesis 46:1-7, Exodus 1:5-12, Exodus 3:7-11, Exodus 4:10-17, Exodus 6:23, Exodus 6:26, Exodus 12:21-23, Exodus 12:29-36, Exodus 12:40-41, Numbers 7:1-17

BY She Reads Truth

Start each day by reading the passages listed above. Then use the summary and reflection provided here to guide discussion around the daily reading.

Nahshon was the brother-in-law of Aaron and the leader of the tribe of Judah. He was part of the generation that was enslaved in Egypt, escaped in the exodus, experienced God’s revelation at Mount Sinai, and died during the desert wanderings. 

Where do you see God present and active in Nahshon’s story? 

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52 thoughts on "Nahshon, Who Brought the First Offering"

  1. Cindy Matute says:


  2. Kaylee Mahoney says:

    I see God in his promises and follow throughs.

  3. Katie Isaac says:

    I appreciate that Nahshon was highlighted. I’d never heard of him before! It was neat to imagine the Exodus from a man who is not a main character.

  4. kylie richardson says:

    God was trying to help Nahshon when he was in Egypt and not able to talk to them so God found a solution for him, God also helped him escape exodus but God honestly plays apart in everything everyone does.

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