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Deuteronomy 3:12-20 (Until the Lord Has Given Rest)

Deuteronomy 3:12-20
Until the Lord Has Given Rest

The words of this passage speak of possessing land, the division of the land, and the possession of other land by the rest of Israel at a future point. However, there is a difference between the land given to those on one side of the Jordan and those on the other.Read the rest

Deuteronomy 3:1-11 (The Defeat of Og, King of Bashan)

Deuteronomy 3:1-11
The Defeat of Og, King of Bashan

At times, I have to stop and wonder if the passage I’m evaluating for you is being given proper treatment concerning the pictorial or typological patterns that I am making. I have to ask, “Does this really fit, or am I simply making things fit what I want it to say.Read the rest

Deuteronomy 2:24-37 (The Defeat of Sihon, King of Heshbon)

Deuteronomy 2:24-37
The Defeat of Sihon, King of Heshbon

The account here is parallel to that found in Numbers 21. The two really have to be taken together to get a full view of what is going on. And for the most part, that is what will be presented. When something needs to be compared to, or aligned with, the earlier story of Sihon, it will be laid out for you in that way.Read the rest

Deuteronomy 2:13-23 (From the Midst of the Camp)

Deuteronomy 2:13-23
From the Midst of the Camp

Three times in just three verses, the narrative today notes that the generation of the men of war was consumed and had perished. And yet, in all three of these verses, it adds on a qualifier. Twice it says, “from the midst of the camp;” once “from among the people.”Read the rest

Deuteronomy 2:1-12 (You Have Skirted This Mountain Long Enough)

Deuteronomy 2:1-12
You Have Skirted This Mountain Long Enough

As Moses continues to recount the events of Israel’s past, since leaving Mount Horeb, he turns now to the ending of their time of punishment. In this, other than a single verse which speaks of “many days,” he skips over all of the events of the past thirty-eight years of Israel’s existence.Read the rest

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