LESSON NOTES

Deuteronomy 11

Deuteronomy 11:1-4 The first part of this chapter calls Israel to love God and lists reasons why. Flowing from that love is the motivation Israel needed to obey God.  We all need motivation in order to be able to be the holy people God has called us to be.  In verses...

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Genesis 27 (No audio available)

Genesis 27:1-5 - Despite the obvious lack of discernment and spiritual dullness demonstrated by Esau, Isaac still wants to impart the blessing of the first born on Esau.  In most commentaries Jacob is characterized as a liar, a deceiver, a usurper, a lover of money,...

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Genesis 28 (No audio available)

Genesis 28:1-5 Isaac in the meantime has repented of his actions and taking now the counsel of his wife Rebekah. Isaac gives Jacob his sincere blessings and charges him to marry a woman from one of their own relatives and not from the Canaanites as Esau had done.  The...

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Deuteronomy 10

Deuteronomy 10:1-2 In response to the prayer of Moses, God told him to cut again two tablets of stone like the ones that were broken. He is told to bring them up to the Lord on Mt. Sinai. He was also told to make an ark of wood. This is referring to the ark of the...

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Deuteronomy 8

Deuteronomy 8:1-2 God now warns his people against allowing their victories to lead them into pride and spiritual indifference. One of the most important things we are called to do is to remember God and His blessings. God through His Spirit has used His servants to...

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Deuteronomy 7

Deuteronomy 7:1. Israel's primary task as they entered the land of promise was to rid it of its current inhabitants. The time for ending their rebellion against God had come to an end.  They were being removed so that the Kingdom of God on Earth could begin with...

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Deuteronomy 6

Deuteronomy 6:1-3 the words used in Hebrew for commandment, statutes, and judgments are all in the singular and not plural. We should understand this as the word given to Moses in Deuteronomy as overall legislation of experiencing God’s blessings in His Land.  Moses...

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Deuteronomy 5

Deuteronomy 5:1-3 Devarim (words) or Deuteronomy as it is called in English, is written in the form of a covenant or suzerainty. Wikipedia defines suzerainty as “any relationship in which one region or polity controls the foreign policy and relations of a tributary...

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Deuteronomy 4

Moses in this chapter reminds Israel that their real purpose in receiving the land was to serve as representatives of their God. Israel is His witness and testimony to a lost and dying world, they still are today in their national unbelief.  They were bringing the...

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Deuteronomy 3

Deuteronomy 3:1-2 The area where these events take place was known as Bashan (Hb. fertile) on the East bank of the Jordan River and Sea of Galilee. The area was assigned to half the tribe of Manasseh and well suited for raising livestock (Ps. 22:12; Deut. 32:14)....

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