Israel and idolatry

This study talks about Israel and idolatry in Deuteronomy. As Christians, we understand worshiping idols is a sin God will not tolerate. But, Israel falls into this type of idol worship just before entering the promised land. And, they will be treated more harshly than the pagans because the Hebrews…

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Moses talks about obedience

In this study lesson from┬áDeuteronomy 4:1-14, Moses talks about obedience to God. He tells the people of Israel the laws set forth can not be added to or subtracted from. So, what does this mean for us as Christians? Do these laws still apply to us in these complicated times?…

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Moses talks about obedience

In present day, changes in leadership must take place in order for a company, or a church to grow in a healthy manner. Although God forbids Moses to cross the Jordan River, he gives his leadership role over to Joshua. Then, Joshua will bring Israel home. Why did God forbid…

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demon possessed man

A previous Bible study explains that Israel learns how to follow God. In this lesson from the Book of Deuteronomy we learn how spies are sent to the Amorites, shattering that trust. Today, we discover what the spies found! Facing Giants – The Amorites All of us sometimes have trouble…

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Moses appoints leaders

Why delegate? In Deuteronomy 1:9-18, Moses appoints leaders to share in his burden. Israel was learning how to follow God through the teachings of Moses. But now, he seemed to have little time to teach. All the small issues kept mounting up. Yes, taking on the task of leading Israel…

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Israel Learns How to Follow God

Today, we’ll explore the beginning of Deuteronomy. In this Scripture lesson, Israel learns how to follow God. The story begins with the end of Exodus. First, it took an astounding 40 years for the people to cover an 11 day trek. Why? Well, as we will discover in future lessons,…

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