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Deuteronomy
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Dt 1:1-4:43 Dt 4:44-26:19 Dt 27:1-34:12

Moses'

First

Discourse

Moses'

Second

Discourse

Moses'

Third

Discourse

Historical Review Legal
Exposition
Prophetical
Promises

Looking Back

40 Years

Looking Up
What God
Expected of Israel
Looking Ahead
What God
Will Do for Israel
Recapitulation of Wanderings Rehearsal
of Israel's Law
Ratification
of Israel's Covenant
Historical Appendices
Remembrance of the past Commandments
for the Present
Dt 27:1-30:20
Blessing and Cursing
Dt 31:1-34:12
Death of Moses
Take Heed
Don't forget
Ten
Commands
Related
Commands
Two Choices Affecting
the Future
Moses' Parting Words
Dt 1:1-4:43
Looking Back
Dt 4:44-11:32
Exposition of Decalogue
Dt 12:1-16:17
Ceremonial Laws
Dt 16:18-20:20
Civil
Laws
Dt 21:1-26:19
Social
Laws
Dt 27:1-28:68
Ratification of Covenant
Dt 29:1-30:20
Terms of Covenant
Dt 31:1-34:12
Moses' Song, Blessing, Death

Plains of Moab

ca. 2 Months
Moses: Author

(Except Dt 34)

Key Words (NAS95): Heart (49x/45v), Love (24x/23v), Listen (31x/31v), Obey/obedient (15x), Observe (26x), Keep (32x/30v), Purge (remove) the evil (10x/10v), Remember (15x), Forget/forgotten (13x), Command (-ed, -ment, -ments) (127x, 98v), Covenant (27x/26v), Bless/blessed/blessing (50x/45v), Life (19x/15v), Curse(s)/cursed/cursing (34x/32v), Death (23x/19v), Fear (25x/25v), Carefully (8x), Shall not (128x/116v), LORD spoke (9x), LORD will (34x/34v), LORD your God (279x/239v), Lord our God (22x/21v), Nation(s) (46x/41v), Circumcise (Dt 10:16, Dt 30:6).

Jesus quoted from Deuteronomy three times in His temptation in the wilderness [Mat 4:1-11; Dt 8:3; Dt 6:16; Dt 6:13,14; also Dt 10:20].

Key Verses:

Dt 6:5 - "You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might." Dt 7:9 - "Know therefore that the LORD your God, He is God, the faithful God, who keeps His covenant and His lovingkindness to a thousandth generation with those who love Him and keep His commandments."

Henrietta Mears writes that "You will come to appreciate the full force & magnetic beauty of Deuteronomy only as you read its pages....Nothing in literature matches the majesty of its eloquence. Nothing in the OT has any more powerful appeal for the spiritual life. No book in all the Word of God pictures better the life that is lived according to God's will & the blessings showered upon the soul who comes into the richness & fullness of spiritual living along the rugged pathway of simple obedience...If you want a taste of heaven on earth, become familiar with Deuteronomy." (What the Bible is All About)

J Sidlow Baxter - The Hebrew name for this fifth writing of Moses was Haddebharim, that is, "the Words" - this name being taken from the opening verse of the book: "these be the words which Moses spake unto all Israel on this side Jordan in the wilderness ..." This name sufficiently marks off its special character from the more definitely historical and legislative books which have preceded it. The history and legislation of the earlier books are reviewed in Deuteronomy, but only as the basis for the words of admonition which are now recorded. In the truest, deepest, and profoundest sense, Deuteronomy is a book of words; for never were wiser or weightier words uttered.

Our own title, "Deuteronomy," is taken from the Greek, deuteros (second) and nomos (law) - the title which the Septuagint (Lxx) translators gave to the book when they translated the Old Testament into Greek, somewhere about the third century B.C. In Deuteronomy we have a second giving of the Law, or, rather, a new expounding of it to the new generation of Israel who had grown up in the wilderness and were needing to have the Law repeated and expounded to them before their entering into Canaan. Deuteronomy is not the giving of a new Law, but an explication of that which was already given.

A Book of Transition - Deuteronomy is a book of transition. It marks a transition in a fourfold way. First, it marks the transition to a new generation; for with the exception of Caleb and Joshua, and Moses himself, the old generation which came up from Egypt and was numbered at Sinai, had passed away, and a new generation had grown up. Second, it marks the transition to a new possession. The wilderness pilgrimage was to give place to the national occupancy of Canaan. Third, it marks the transition to a new experience, to a new life - houses instead of tents, settled habitation instead of wandering, and, instead of the wilderness diet, the milk and honey and corn and wine of Canaan. Fourth, it marks the transition to a new revelation of God - the revelation of His love. From Genesis to Numbers the love of God is never spoken of but here, in Deuteronomy, we have the wonderful words: "Because He loved thy fathers, therefore He chose their seed" (Dt 4:37); "the Lord did not set His love upon you, nor choose you because ye were more in number than any people, for ye were the fewest of all people; but because the Lord loved you" (Dt 7:7-8); "the Lord had a delight in thy fathers to love them" (Dt 10:15); "the Lord thy God turned the curse into a blessing unto thee, because the Lord thy God loved thee" (Dt 23:5).

While speaking of the transitionary nature of Deuteronomy, it is interesting to mention that just as the Old Testament begins with five historical books - Genesis to Deuteronomy, so the New Testament begins with five historical books - Matthew to Acts; and there is a striking parallel between The Acts of the Apostles, the fifth book of the New Testament, and Deuteronomy, the fifth book of the Old. The Acts, like Deuteronomy, marks a great transition. It marks the transition from the distinctive message of the "Gospels" to that of the epistles. Like Deuteronomy, it marks the transition to a new generation - a re-generation in Christ. Like Deuteronomy, it marks the transition to a new possession - a spiritual Canaan with "all blessings in the heavenlies, in Christ." Like Deuteronomy, it marks the transition to a new experience - a new birth, a new life, a new dynamic, in the Holy Spirit. Like Deuteronomy, it marks the transition to a new revelation of God - the revelation given in the Church epistles of "the mystery which from the beginning of the world hath been hid in God," namely, the Church; so that now "there might be known, by the Church, the manifold wisdom of God" (Eph 3:10).

But what is equally striking is that both Deuteronomy, the fifth book of the one group, and Acts, the fifth book of the other group, are books in which God gives His people a second chance. What is Deuteronomy? It is deuteros nomos, the second giving of the Law. Before the new generation is committed to Joshua's charge, Moses, at God's command, rehearses the Law to them. What is the book of the Acts? It is the second offer of the Kingdom of Heaven to the Jews, first at the capital, to the Jews of the homeland, and then through the empire, to the Jews of the dispersion. Of this we shall say more later; but it is well to have it in find even now. (Explore the Book- J. Sidlow Baxter - recommended)

Paul Van Gorder - If we were to write one word across this book to state its theme, it would be ''obedience.'' The significant promise and ominous warning are seen in Deuteronomy 11:26-28, which sums it all up. The book of Deuteronomy may be comfortably divided according to the addresses of Moses. Deuteronomy shows with unmistakable clarity the inflexibility of the law and the necessity of complete subjection to the Word of God. As Romans 3:19 declares, ''Now we know that whatever things the law saith, it saith to them who are under the law, that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God.'' Christ is the fulfillment of the law. He is the only Israelite to obey God totally in the promised land. He alone kept the letter of the code that was set forth in Deuteronomy. The Lord Jesus quoted from Deuteronomy three times in His temptation in the wilderness [cp. Mat 4:1-11; Deu 8:3; 6:16; 6:13,14; also 10:20]. Surely, a book so valuable to the Savior in such a time must also be valuable to us!

But where do you find Christ pictured in the book of Deuteronomy? Ada Habershon in The Study of Types lists 67 types and 13 contrasts between Moses and Christ. The Lord Jesus is seen in a twofold way in the book of Deuteronomy: by prophecy and by type. These words of Moses are recorded in Deuteronomy 18:15, ''The Lord thy God will raise up unto thee a Prophet from the midst of thee, of thy brethren, like unto me; unto Him ye shall hearken.'' After the Lord Jesus fed the 5,000 in Galilee, the people said, ''This is of a truth that prophet that should come into the world'' (John 6:14). Shortly before the stones were hurled that crushed out the life of Stephen, that godly believer [quoted Moses] about Jesus. ''This is that Moses who said unto the children of Israel, A Prophet shall the Lord, your God, raise up unto you of your brethren, like me; Him shall ye hear'' (Acts 7:37). Stephen indicated that Jesus Christ is the One of whom Moses spoke.

Christ Pictured in the Life of Moses-- The Scripture says that our Lord was a prophet ''like unto Moses.'' Please consider the following points as you study Deuteronomy.

-- Both Moses and Christ...

(1) were goodly children [Ex 2:2; Heb 11:23; Luke 2:52].

(2) refused a kingdom (Heb 11:26a) [Mat 4:8-10].

(3) were the object of a king's wrath [Heb 11:27; Acts 4:27].

(4) acted for the joy of the reward [Heb 11:26b] (Heb 12:2).

(5) were called out of Egypt [Mat 2:13-15].

(6) were rejected at first by their brethren [Ex 2:14; John 1:11]

(7) made the sea obey them [Ex 14:15,16,21; Mark 4:39-41].

(8) had people who wanted to stone them [Num 14:8-10; John 10:31-33].

(9)delivered a parting blessing to Israel [Dt 33:26-29; Mat 23:37-39]

(10)had their resurrection contested (Jude 1:9; Mat 17:3; 28:12-18).

(11) [are] associated in the song of eternity (Rev 15:3).

Van Gorder goes on to write - "we see striking similarities to the death and resurrection of our Lord.

(1) Moses went up to die (Dt 34:1). Christ ascended to Calvary [John 19:17,18].

(2) Moses was alone, except for God (Dt 34:6). Christ's followers forsook Him [Mat 26:56].

(3) The Lord talked to him (T 34:4) [Heb 1:8-12].

(4) Moses' faculties were unimpaired (Dt 34:7). Christ remained in control until His death [John 10:17,18]

(5) What a funeral! Moses died ''according to the word of the Lord'' (34:5); literally, ''at the mouth of the Lord.'' Christ dismissed His own spirit when the work was completed [Mat 27:50; Jn 19:28-30].

(6) This is not the last we see of Moses. He stood with Christ and Elijah on the mount of transfiguration, 1500 years later [Mat 17:1-3]. Evidently, the devil tried to hold the body of Moses so that he could not appear with the Lord Jesus (Jude 1:9). Death could not hold our Savior [Acts 2:24].

(OT Reflections of Christ - Deuteronomy)

THE PENTATEUCH
SUMMARIZED
BOOK KEY
IDEA
THE
NATION
THE
PEOPLE
GOD'S
CHARACTER
GOD'S
ROLE
GOD'S
COMMAND
Genesis Beginnings
Ruin
Chosen Prepared Powerful
Sovereign
Creator "Let there be!"
Exodus Redemption Delivered Redeemed Merciful Deliverer "Let My people go!"
Leviticus Worship Set Apart Taught Holy Sanctifier "Be Holy!"
Numbers Wandering Directed Tested Just Sustainer "Go in!"
Deuteronomy Renewed
Covenant
Made
Ready
Retaught Loving
Lord
Rewarder "Obey!"

Source: Talk Thru the Bible

Deuteronomy:
— Precept Ministries International Inductive Study

There was a new generation! A new time! A time to receive the promise, to move forward, to complete what the older generation had begun. In Deuteronomy, God calls a new generation to love Him and serve Him from the heart. In only eight weeks, learn how the timeless message of Deuteronomy speaks to our generation and our time. Hear the call to love and serve the Lord today, and let His Word stir your heart. 8 lessons

Deuteronomy: — Resources on Bible.org

BIBLICAL ILLUSTRATOR
Deuteronomy

JOHN CALVIN
Deuteronomy Commentary

CAMBRIDGE BIBLE SERIES
Commentary on Deuteronomy
George Adam Smith
(1918, Revised)
(Moderately Conservative but as always Acts 17:11 applies)

Note: Enter page # in the queue to the right of "Contents" to go to respective chapter

RICH CATHERS
Deuteronomy Notes
Calvary Chapel
Fullerton, California

ADAM CLARKE
Deuteronomy Commentary

(1760-1832) Clarke was Methodist, Wesleyan, Arminian, (e.g., Clarke "suggested that although God can know all future events, he chooses not to know some events beforehand" Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible, page 808). He did not always interpret Scripture literally and so was amillennial (he interpreted Revelation as a Historicist) which led him to interpret the church as fulfilling many OT promises to Israel. Influential in development of doctrine of entire sanctification. Affirmed the authority and sufficiency of Scripture, but held a belief of "plenary dynamic inspiration" (idea of every thought inspired), thus falling short of "plenary verbal inspiration" (every single word inspired) (Bib. Sacra: Vol 125, p 163, 1968). In summary, a useful, respected commentary but as with all these resources you are advised to "Be a Berean!"

COMMENTARY CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY
on the Whole Bible
Deuteronomy Commentary

THOMAS CONSTABLE
Expository Notes and Commentary on Deuteronomy
Conservative, Millennial

Note: The commentary below does not include the well done introductory comments by Dr Constable which can be retrieved by clicking here for his Pdf of Deuteronomy

RON DANIEL
Deuteronomy Notes

SAMUEL DRIVER
Deuteronomy
A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Deuteronomy

EXPLORE THE BIBLE
Deuteronomy Commentary

UNIT 1: GOD OF THE COVENANT (Dt 1:1-4:43)

  1. The God of Opportunities (Deut. 1:1-3:29)
  2. The God of Great Power (Deut. 4:1-43)

UNIT 2: BASICS OF COVENANT LIFE (Dt 4:44-11:32)

  1. Keep the Ten Commandments (Deut. 4:44-5:33)
  2. Celebrate Christmas (Luke 2:1-20)
  3. Love God (Deut. 6:1-25)
  4. Remember God (Deut. 7:1-8:20)
  5. Beware of Pride (Deut. 9:1-11:32)

UNIT 3: DETAILS OF COVENANT LIFE (Dt 12:1-28:68)

  1. Honoring the Sanctity of Human Life (Gen. 1:26-28; Ex. 20:13; Ps. 119:73; Pr. 6:16-19; Jer. 1:5; Mt. 22:37-40)
  2. Worshiping God in Covenant Life (Deut. 12:1-17:7)
  3. Living with Others in Covenant Life (Deut. 17:8-26:19)
  4. Making Choices in Covenant Life (Deut. 27:1-28:68)

UNIT 4: CALL TO COMMITMENT (Dt 29:1-34:12)

  1. Renew Your Commitment (Deut. 29:1-30:20)
  2. Face Transitions with Faith (Deut. 31:1-34:12)

A C GAEBELEIN
Deuteronomy Commentary
Annotated Bible

JOHN GILL
Deuteronomy Commentary

DAVE GUZIK
Deuteronomy Commentary
Conservative, Evangelical, Millennial Perspective

HYMNS RELATING TO DEUTERONOMY

MATTHEW HENRY'S
Deuteronomy Commentary
(1706)

DAVID HOLWICK
Sermons on Deuteronomy

Click here and select "Old Testament", — Then select Book of Deuteronomy — There you will find the sermons listed below

  • Deuteronomy 2:34 How Can a Good God Kill Innocent Kids?
  • Deuteronomy 4: 5- 9 Under God - Or Not?
  • Deuteronomy 5: 4-22 Are Morals Absolute?
  • Deuteronomy 6: 3- 9 The Center of My Life
  • Deuteronomy 8: 1- 6 Do Our Problems Have a Purpose?
  • Deuteronomy 8: 6-18 A Land That Honors God_(1985, full-text)
  • Deuteronomy 16:18-20 Reflect God's Justice
  • Deuteronomy 18:10-15 Your Psychic Friends
  • Deuteronomy 20: 1- 4 Can War Be Just?
  • Deuteronomy 21:18-21 Rebellion and Respect
  • Deuteronomy 21:22-23 Hanging the Greens
  • Deuteronomy 24: 1- 4 Divorce in the Bible
  • Deuteronomy 28: 1-13 Should God Bless America?
  • Deuteronomy 28: 2-13 Finances and Your Family
  • Deuteronomy 28:12-13 Crawling Out of the Debt Hole
  • Deuteronomy 30: 1- 6 The Restoration of the Jews_(1986, full-text)
  • Deuteronomy 30:15-20 Affirm Life
  • Deuteronomy 30:15-20 Choose Life
  • Deuteronomy 30:15-20 The Miracle of the Jew_(1986, full-text)
  • Deuteronomy 32: 7-12 Lessons From the Past

ILLUSTRATIONS
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Deuteronomy
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KEIL & DELITZSCH
Commentary on Deuteronomy

JOHN H JOWETT
Deuteronomy Devotionals

HENRY LAW
Deuteronomy Commentary
1858
These are more like meditations

C H MACKINTOSH
Devotional Commentary
Deuteronomy

Mackintosh, a Plymouth Brethren, was a gifted teacher and writer. D L Moody said that "it was C. H. Mackintosh who had the greatest influence" upon his learning of the Word of God. One of his most respected works was Notes on the Pentateuch. Further biographical Note

ALEXANDER MACLAREN
Deuteronomy
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J VERNON MCGEE
Thru the Bible
Deuteronomy

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F B MEYER
Our Daily Homily
Deuteronomy

See also another resource: — F. B. Meyer's 'Through the Bible' Commentary

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DEUTERONOMY RESOURCES
INTRODUCTIONS/SERMONS

  • Fairbairn, Patrick. The Revelation of the Law in Scripture (London: T. & T. Clark, 1869)--484 pgs.
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Armerding, Carl. The Last Words of Moses: Deuteronomy 33," Bibliotheca Sacra 114 (July 1957) 225-34.
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Baylis, Charles. "Repentance in Acts in Light of Deuteronomy 30," [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Caneday, Ardel. Redeemed from the Curse of the Law the Use of Dt 21:22-23 in Gal 3:13 Trinity J (1989) p185
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Crump, Wayne. Deuteronomy 7: A Covenant Sermon," Restoration Quarterly 17 (1974) 222-235
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Feinberg, Charles L. "Cities of Refuge," Bibliotheca Sacra 103 (1946) 411-17.
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Hays, J. Daniel. "Applying the Old Testament Law," Bibliotheca Sacra 158 (Jan. 2001) 21-35.
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Heck, Joel D. “A History of the Interpretation of Genesis 49 and Deuteronomy 33," B Sacra 147 (Jan1990) 16-31
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Heiser, Michael S. "Deuteronomy 32:8 and the Sons of God,"Bibliotheca Sacra 158 (Jan. 2001) 52-74.
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Laney, J. Carl. "Deuteronomy 24:1-4 and the Issue of Divorce," Bibliotheca Sacra 149 (1992) 3-15.
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Walton, John H. "Deuteronomy: An Exposition of the Spirit of the Law," Grace Theological J 8.2 (1987) 213-25. Waterhouse, S. Douglas. "A Land Flowing with Milk and Honey," Andrews U Seminary Studies 1 (1963) 152-66
  • [MS Word], *.pdf , *.html Willoughby, Bruce E A Heart Felt Love: An Exegesis of Deut 6:4-19 Restoration Quarterly 20 (1977) 73-87

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HENRY MORRIS

Defender's Study Bible - Excellent, conservative, literal study Bible notes from a leading creationist commentator, Dr Henry Morris.

CROSSWAY PUBLISHING

Comment: This online resource allows one to view both the MacArthur Study Bible Notes & ESV Study Bible Notes at the same time & both synchronize with the Scripture! Very nice tool but note that purchase is required. Includes online ESV audio version.

HOLMAN PUBLISHING

BIBLE.ORG

  • NET Study Bible - Excellent resource, includes NETBible notes and Thomas Constable's notes that synchronize with the Scriptures.

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Spurgeon: Would it be possible to eulogise too much the incomparably sententious and suggestive folios of JOHN TRAPP?[6] Since Mr. Dickinson has rendered them accessible,[7] I trust most of you have bought them. Trapp will be most valuable to men of discernment, to thoughtful men, to men who only want a start in a line of thought, and are then able to run alone. Trapp excels in witty stories on the one hand, and learned allusions on the other. You will not thoroughly enjoy him unless you can turn to the original, and yet a mere dunce at classics will prize him. His writings remind me of himself: he was a pastor, hence his holy practical remarks; he was the head of a public school, and everywhere we see his profound scholarship; he was for some time amid the guns and drums of a parliamentary garrison, and he gossips and tells queer anecdotes like a man used to a soldier's life; yet withal, he comments as if he had been nothing else but a commentator all his days. Some of his remarks are far fetched, and like the far fetched rarities of Solomon's Tarshish, there is much gold and silver, but there are also apes and peacocks. His criticisms would some of them be the cause of amusement in these days of greater scholarship; but for all that, he who shall excel Trapp had need rise very early in the morning. Trapp is my especial companion and treasure; I can read him when I am too weary for anything else. Trapp is salt, pepper, mustard, vinegar, and all the other condiments. Put him on the table when you study, and when you have your dish ready, use him by way of spicing the whole thing. Yes, gentlemen, read Trapp certainly, and if you catch the infection of his consecrated humour, so much the better for your hearers.

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BOB UTLEY

An interesting feature is that at the top of each chapter are the titles of that chapter assigned by the NKJV, NRSV, TEV and NJB versions.

Comment: Be aware that Utley is amillennial which is interesting in that he quotes the following statement as a basic principle for achieving accurate interpretation of prophecy - "Assume a literal interpretation of the passage until something in the text itself points you to figurative usage; then put the figurative language into prose." That said, Utley does not interpret the Greek word chilioi (used 11x in 10v in the NT) in Revelation 20 (used 6 times!) as literal! (2 Pet 3:8 = clearly used here figuratively for it is introduced by the term of comparison "as"; Rev 11:3; 12:6; 14:20; 20:2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 - note that there is no reason in the context which would force one to interpret chilioi other than literally)! Compare Andrew R Fausset's (1821-1910 - see bio) (Rector of church of England) interpretation of chilioi in Revelation (Thousand Years). Note that he was neither a Plymouth Brethren nor a "Dispensationalist" but a "literalist!"

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Sermons on Deuteronomy

The Call to the Home Deuteronomy 6:1-12 J. Mike Minnix
A Good Impression Deuteronomy 6:1-9 J. Mike Minnix
Not Just The Old Forget Deuteronomy 8:1-18 Jack Auten
Wandering Deuteronomy 8:1-5 Mark Adams
God's Will Deuteronomy 29:29 Franklin L. Kirksey
Gather the People Deuteronomy 31:12 J. Gerald Harris
Be Brave Deuteronomy 31:6 David E. Owen
Stirred Saints Deuteronomy 32:11-12 J. Mike Minnix
A Promise That Can Change Your Life Deuteronomy 33:25 Paul E. Brown
The Death of Moses Deuteronomy 34:5 The late Francis Dixon

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Deuteronomy

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Deuteronomy
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Deuteronomy
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Deuteronomy Intro (>50pp)

Deuteronomy 1 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 1:1-4 The Deuteronomic Discourses
  • Deuteronomy 1:2 The Might have Been Life
  • Deuteronomy 1:1-5 The Word of God full of hidden treasure
  • Deuteronomy 1:1-8 The Hebrew Right to Canaan
  • Deuteronomy 1:1-8 Divine Covenant and Human Conduct - the two hemispheres of a complete life
  • Deuteronomy 1:1-18 The Impartiality of God to be Reflected in the Judges of His People
  • Deuteronomy 1:6-18 Rules to be Observed in Choosing Leaders
  • Deuteronomy 1:6-9 A Summons to Advance
  • Deuteronomy 1:10-11 Israel's Increase
  • Deuteronomy 1:19-16 Division of Labor
  • Deuteronomy 1:16-17 Judging
  • Deuteronomy 1:9-18 The Blessing of Good Government
  • Deuteronomy 1:19 That Great and Terrible Wilderness
  • Deuteronomy 1:19-33 Sending the Spies
  • Deuteronomy 1:19-33 The Unbelief in Sending and in Hearkening the Spies
  • Deuteronomy 1:19-46 Irrecoverableness of Wasted Opportunity
  • Deuteronomy 1:21 Courage
  • Deuteronomy 1:22-32 The Mission of the Spies
  • Deuteronomy 1:31-33 Love in the Wilderness
  • Deuteronomy 1:32-35 The Grievous Consequences of Unbelief
  • Deuteronomy 1:34-40 The Excluded and the Admitted
  • Deuteronomy 1:34-46 The Heirs of Promise
  • Deuteronomy 1:40-46 Tardy Repentance
  • Deuteronomy 1:41-46 Forced Back!

Deuteronomy 2 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 2:1-23 God's Knowledge of our Pilgrimage
  • Deuteronomy 2:1-23 International Relationships
  • Deuteronomy 2:1-23 God's Faithfulness in Dealing with Nations Outside the Covenant
  • Deuteronomy 2:4-10, 17-20 - Edom, Moab, Ammon
  • Deuteronomy 2:10-13, 20 - The Emims, Horims, Zamzummins, etc.
  • Deuteronomy 2:14-15 Dying Out
  • Deuteronomy 2:14-18 The Wasting of the Warriors
  • Deuteronomy 2:24-25 The Effects of Israel's Conquests
  • Deuteronomy 2:24-37 Warrantable Warfare
  • Deuteronomy 2:24-37 The Destruction of Sihon, King of the Amorites.
  • Deuteronomy 2:26-37 The Conquest of Sihon
  • Deuteronomy 2:24-3:11 The Last of the Giants

Deuteronomy 3 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 3:1-20 Self Propagating Conquest
  • Deuteronomy 3:1-12 The Conquest of Og
  • Deuteronomy 3:1-17 The Destruction of Og, King of Bashan
  • Deuteronomy 3:6 The Destruction of Populations
  • Deuteronomy 3:12-20 - Distribution of Territory
  • Deuteronomy 3:18-20 - The Pioneers of Invasion of Palestine
  • Deuteronomy 3:21-22 Encouragement
  • Deuteronomy 3:23-29 God's Refusal of Man's Wishes
  • Deuteronomy 3:21-29 Prospect of Death
  • Deuteronomy 3:21-29 Moses' Longing to Enter the Promised Land Refused

Deuteronomy 4 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 4:1-2 Acceptable Obedience
  • Deuteronomy 4:1-4 Life and Prosperity Dependent on Obedience to God
  • Deuteronomy 4:1-13 The Sacredness of the Divine Law
  • Deuteronomy 4:1-14 Obedience the Secret of Success
  • Deuteronomy 4:1-28 The Curse of Idolatry
  • Deuteronomy 4:5-9 National Greatness
  • Deuteronomy 4:9 The Religious Education of Children
  • Deuteronomy 4:6-10 A Nation's Glory
  • Deuteronomy 4:10-14 The Revelation at Horeb
  • Deuteronomy 4:11-20 Israel's Peculiar Relation to God
  • Deuteronomy 4:15-20 Warning Against Heathenish Idolatry
  • Deuteronomy 4:15-24 The Divine Jealousy of Graven Images
  • Deuteronomy 4:20 The Iron Furnace
  • Deuteronomy 4:21-24 God a Consuming Fire
  • Deuteronomy 4:25-49 Homiletics
  • Deuteronomy 4:23-32 National Backsliding
  • Deuteronomy 4:32-41 The Wonderfulness of Israel's History
  • Deuteronomy 4:37 Beloved for the Fathers' Sake
  • Deuteronomy 4:29-40 The Mercy of God
  • Deuteronomy 4:41-43 The Cities of Refuge
  • Deuteronomy 4:41-43 The Cities of Refuge Beyond the Jordan
  • Deuteronomy 4:25-31 Judgment Leading to Mercy
  • Deuteronomy 4:32-40 The Deliverance of the Lord's People Unparalleled
  • Deuteronomy 4:44-49 The Circumstances Under Which the Law was Reiterated

Deuteronomy 5 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 5:1-5 The Abrahamic Covenant Renewed
  • Deuteronomy 5:1-21 The Decalogue
  • Deuteronomy 5:28-29 God's Desires for Man's Good
  • Deuteronomy 5:2-3 The Covenant at Horeb
  • Deuteronomy 5:5 Mediation
  • Deuteronomy 5:6 The Divine Law Based On A Divinely Revealed Relationship
  • Deuteronomy 5:6-21 The Divine Plan for the Conduct of our Life on Earth
  • Deuteronomy 5:7 The First Commandment. God the Sole Object of Worship
  • Deuteronomy 5:8 The Iniquity of the Fathers Visited on the Children
  • Deuteronomy 5:8 The Second Commandment. The Spirituality of Divine Worship
  • Deuteronomy 5:11 The Third Commandment. Reverent Regard for the Divine Name
  • Deuteronomy 5:12-15 The Sabbath or a Rest-Day for Man
  • Deuteronomy 5:12-15 The Sabbath
  • Deuteronomy 5:16 The Fifth Commandment. Honor Due to Parents or the Religion of Home Life
  • Deuteronomy 5:17 The Sixth Commandment. The Religion of the Temper
  • Deuteronomy 5:18 The Seventh Commandment. The Religion of the Body
  • Deuteronomy 5:18 Honor to Parents
  • Deuteronomy 5:19 The Eighth Commandment. The Religion of the Hand
  • Deuteronomy 5:20 The Ninth Commandment. The Religion of the Tongue
  • Deuteronomy 5:20 The Tenth Commandment. The Religion of the Heart
  • Deuteronomy 5:21-33 Character Determines Environment
  • Deuteronomy 5:22 Moral Law
  • Deuteronomy 5:22-33 The Law As a Whole and its Effect Upon the People
  • Deuteronomy 5:22-33 How Moses Became Mediator
  • Deuteronomy 5:23-28 The Element of Terror in Religion
  • Deuteronomy 5:28-29 God's Desires for Man's Good

Deuteronomy 6 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 6:1-3 Obedience to God Conducive to the Highest Good
  • Deuteronomy 6:1-3 Obedience the End of the Law
  • Deuteronomy 6:1-5 The Essence of the Decalogue is Love
  • Deuteronomy 6:2 Descending Obligations
  • Deuteronomy 6:4-5 The Great Commandment
  • Deuteronomy 6:4-9 Truth and Godliness to be Perpetuated by Means of Home Training
  • Deuteronomy 6:4-9 Love, the Root-Principle of Obedience
  • Deuteronomy 6:6-9, 20-25 The Religious Education of Children
  • Deuteronomy 6:6-25 Family Training is to Propagate the Law
  • Deuteronomy 6:8-9 God's Words to be Valued
  • Deuteronomy 6:10-16 The Creature Displacing the Creator
  • Deuteronomy 6:10-19 Danger's Ahead! Beware!
  • Deuteronomy 6:10-19 The Peril of Prosperity
  • Deuteronomy 6:10 Tempting God
  • Deuteronomy 6:10-19 The Parental Office
  • Deuteronomy 6:20-25 The Value of History in Parental Teaching
  • Deuteronomy 6:25 Our Righteousness

Deuteronomy 7 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 7:1-11 A Holy People's Policy of Self-Preservation
  • Deuteronomy 7:1-6 Judgment Without Mercy
  • Deuteronomy 7:1-5 Extermination with a Moral Purpose
  • Deuteronomy 7:3-4 Marriage in the Lord
  • Deuteronomy 7:6-8 On the Election of Nations
  • Deuteronomy 7:6-9 Reasons for Non-Conformity to the Word and for Aggression on its Evil
  • Deuteronomy 7:9-10 Lessons from History
  • Deuteronomy 7:9-16 The Divine Veracity
  • Deuteronomy 7:1-11 Israel's Iconoclastic Mission
  • Deuteronomy 7:12-15 Temporal Prosperity a Result of Obedience to Divine Law
  • Deuteronomy 7:12-16 The Rewards of Obedience
  • Deuteronomy 7:12-26 Reward in Proportion to Arduous Service
  • Deuteronomy 7:17-25 An Anxious Question or Dreading Difficulties
  • Deuteronomy 7:17-25 God for Us
  • Deuteronomy 7:17-26 Canaan Gradually Won
  • Deuteronomy 7:25-26 The Cursed Thing

Deuteronomy 8 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 8:1-6 Life's Meaning Discerned by the Retrospect of It
  • Deuteronomy 8:1-6 The Moral Use of Memory
  • Deuteronomy 8:1-6 The Lessons of the Wilderness
  • Deuteronomy 8:2-6 The Uses of Adversity
  • Deuteronomy 8:3 Not Bread But God's Word
  • Deuteronomy 8:5 God the Chastener
  • Deuteronomy 8:7-10 The Good Land
  • Deuteronomy 8:7-20 God Forgotten Amid Second Causes
  • Deuteronomy 8:10 The Blessing of a Thankful Spirit
  • Deuteronomy 8:10-19 The Dangers of Wealth
  • Deuteronomy 8:7-20 Wealth Perilous to Piety
  • Deuteronomy 8:7-10 The Duty of Thankfulness for the Bounty of God in Nature
  • Deuteronomy 8:16 Good at the Latter End
  • Deuteronomy 8:17-18 Danger of Self-Glorification

Deuteronomy 9 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 9:1-6 Against Self-Righteous Conceit
  • Deuteronomy 9:1-6 The Policy of Reprobation
  • Deuteronomy 9:4-7 Self-Righteousness
  • Deuteronomy 9:5 We are Not Righteous
  • Deuteronomy 9:6-12 A Six-Weeks' Religion or Emotional Religiousness Not Vital Godliness
  • Deuteronomy 9:24-29 Moses' Intercession
  • Deuteronomy 9:7-29 Humiliating Memories
  • Deuteronomy 9:7-17 Human Memory a Repository of Guilt
  • Deuteronomy 9:18-29 The Place of Human Mediation
  • Deuteronomy 9:8-22 The Sin At Horeb
  • Deuteronomy 9:13-21, 25-29 True Greatness Manifested in a Great Emergency by Self Sacrifice and Intercessions
  • Deuteronomy 9:24-29 Moses' Intercession

Deuteronomy 10 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 10:1-5 The Covenant Renewed
  • Deuteronomy 10:1-12 Tokens of Mercy
  • Deuteronomy 10:1-5 The Law Deposited in the Ark
  • Deuteronomy 10:1-5, 10-11 The Results of the Intercessory Prayer of Moses
  • Deuteronomy 10:6-9 The Separation of the Sons of Levi
  • Deuteronomy 10:6-11 Progress
  • Deuteronomy 10:10-22 New Obedience
  • Deuteronomy 10:12-16 Israel's Duty Summed Up and Touchingly Enforced
  • Deuteronomy 10:12-13 The Supreme Requirement
  • Deuteronomy 10:12-22 Knowledge of God the Parent of Obedient Faith
  • Deuteronomy 10:14-22 The Supreme Persuasive
  • Deuteronomy 10:16 Heart Circumcision
  • Deuteronomy 10:17-11:1 God No Respecter of Persons
  • Deuteronomy 10:19 Love the Stranger
  • Deuteronomy 10:20 Religion in Brief

Deuteronomy 11 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 11:1-7 Ocular Demonstrations of God's Nearness Increase Human Responsibility
  • Deuteronomy 11:1-9 Divine Judgments Upon Others to Ensure Obedience in Us
  • Deuteronomy 11:2-9 The Voice of God in Passing Events to Be Heeded, Interpreted and Obeyed
  • Deuteronomy 11:8-9 Obedience Leads to Prolonged Possession
  • Deuteronomy 11:1-10, 18-22 Obligations Arising from Personal Experience
  • Deuteronomy 11:10-17 The Order of Nature Subservient to Moral Purposes
  • Deuteronomy 11:10-17 Valuable Possessions Reserved for the Righteous
  • Deuteronomy 11:10-17 The Land of Promise
  • Deuteronomy 11:10-18 Canaan and Egypt
  • Deuteronomy 11:18-21 God's Word Potent to Dominate the Whole of Life
  • Deuteronomy 11:18-25 Family Training an Element of Success
  • Deuteronomy 11:22-25 The Moral Power of National Righteousness
  • Deuteronomy 11:22-25 He Who Best Serves is Most Fit to Rule
  • Deuteronomy 11:26-28 The Dread Alternative Before Every Man
  • Deuteronomy 11:26-29 The Great Alternative
  • Deuteronomy 11:26-32 Startling Alternatives
  • Deuteronomy 11:26-32 Life's Solemn Alternatives
  • Deuteronomy 11:22-26 Vastness of Promise
  • Deuteronomy 11:29-30 Gerizim and Ebal

Deuteronomy 12 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 12:1-3 The Invasion of a Religious One
  • Deuteronomy 12:1-4 The Doom of Idolatry
  • Deuteronomy 12:1-32 Regulations for Divine Worship: Specific Rules Embodying Permanent Principles
  • Deuteronomy 12:1-5 Destruction of Monuments of Idolatry
  • Deuteronomy 12:4-14 Centralization in Worship
  • Deuteronomy 12:5 Public Worship
  • Deuteronomy 12:5-28 Characteristic Signs of Jehovah's Worship
  • Deuteronomy 12:6-29 The Central Sanctuary
  • Deuteronomy 12:15, 16, 20-26 The Divine Regulation of Food
  • Deuteronomy 12:15-19 Private Worship Not the Substitute for Public
  • Deuteronomy 12:19 The Levite
  • Deuteronomy 12:20-28 The Sanctity of Blood
  • Deuteronomy 12:29-32 Unworthy Inquiries
  • Deuteronomy 12:29-32 The Subtle Ensnarements of Idolatry

Deuteronomy 13 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 13:1-18 Temptations to Depart from God to be Resisted at All Costs
  • Deuteronomy 13:1-18 Idolatry to be Treated as a Capital Crime
  • Deuteronomy 13:1-18 God's Executioners Upon Idolatry
  • Deuteronomy 13:1-6 False Prophets
  • Deuteronomy 13:6-12 God or our Brother
  • Deuteronomy 13:12-18 A City Under Ban

Deuteronomy 14 Exposition

  • Deuteronomy 14:1-2 The People of God When Death is in the Home
  • Deuteronomy 14:1-3 Self-Respect in Mourning
  • Deuteronomy 14:3-21 Clean and Unclean
  • Deuteronomy 14:3-20 The People of God at their Own Table
  • Deuteronomy 14:21 Seething a Kid in its Mother's Milk
  • Deuteronomy 14:22-29 A Threefold Cord or the Triple Use of Property
  • Deuteronomy 14:22-29 The Second Tithe

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