– A Backward Look at Israel’s History, Obedience Insisted On Deuteronomy 1 – 11
– Overview of Israel’s History Up to This Point Deuteronomy 1 – 4
– The Ten Commandments, and their Ratification Deuteronomy 5
– Obedience to the Law should Characterize the People Deuteronomy 6
– Treatment of the Canaanite Nations Deuteronomy 7
– Remember the Lessons of the Wilderness Deuteronomy 8
– Remember God’s Grace despite Israel’s Sin Deuteronomy 9 – 11:9
– Blessing in the Land Conditional Upon Obedience Deuteronomy 11:10-32
– Commandments Given: Blessing and Cursings Deuteronomy 12 – 29
– The Place Where the Lord Would Put His Name Deuteronomy 12
– Doctrinal Evil and Its Consequence Deuteronomy 13
– Moral Fidelity to the Lord Deuteronomy 14 – 15
– The Feasts of Jehovah Deuteronomy 16:1-17
– Government Deuteronomy 16:18 – 17
– The Treatment and Portion of the Priests and Levites Deuteronomy 18:1-8
– Abstinence from the Ways of the Nations Deuteronomy 18:9-14
– The Prophet that Would Come, False Prophets Deuteronomy 18:15-22
– Cities of Refuge Deuteronomy 19:1-13
– Issues of Law Deuteronomy 19:14-21
– Concerning War Deuteronomy 20
– How God would Deal with Israel’s Guilt Deuteronomy 21
– Natural Relationships Deuteronomy 22
– Defilement and its Effect on Entering the Congregation Deuteronomy 23:1-14
– Concerning Money and Personal Property Deuteronomy 23:15 – 25
– Offering and Tithing Deuteronomy 26:1-15
– Blessing Contingent on Obedience Deuteronomy 26:16-19
– Blessing on Mt. Gerizim, Cursing on Mt. Ebal Deuteronomy 27 – 28
– A Summary of Deuteronomy Deuteronomy 29
– Things to Come, Blessing of the People, Death of Moses Deuteronomy 30 – 34
– What they Should Do When in Captivity Deuteronomy 30:1-10
– The Nearness of the Law Deuteronomy 30:11-14
– Two Paths Set before Them, Life and Death Blessing and Cursing Deuteronomy 30:15-20
– Last Words Deuteronomy 31
– Moses’ Song Deuteronomy 32:1-43
– Moses Final Words to Israel, the Lord’s Final Words to Moses Deuteronomy 32:44-52
– The Blessing of the Children of Israel Deuteronomy 33
– Death and Eulogy of Moses Deuteronomy 34
The purpose of the book of Deuteronomy is to whet the peoples’ appetite for the enjoyment of Canaan, and at the same time to remind them of the responsibilities that would come with those priviledges.

The title of this book, which translated into English, is “Second-Law,” indicates its character; for in it Moses recapitulates and enforces the whole law system to which Israel was committed.
Deuteronomy vs. Leviticus. in Deuteronomy we have comparatively little of rites and ceremonies. The Lord is seen more in direct communication with the people; and even the priests, in their official capacity, come rarely before us.

Why are we here? the older generation was passing away, and God gave the book of Deuteronomy to show the grown up younger generation how that had got to where they were. God explained the failure of the older generation, and pleaded with these younger ones not to make the same mistake, but rather to remain obedient. It was this younger generation who would inherit the land, and God tells them the conditions on which they could remain in the land. As an application, we need to understand our place in TIME. the CHURCH, like Israel, is under the governmental hand of god because of the failure of the previous generations. we are not called to live in Pentecostal days… god is now working with a remnant testimony (ever since Thyatira).

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