As we bring a close to our study of Deuteronomy, Kelly wraps up with a review of why we studied Deuteronomy, what Deuteronomy is, and the key reasons we studied…
Moses exemplifies the tensions between the corruptions of sin and the gifts of grace, and his final days highlight these things and point us to our need for the grace…
The LORD mercifully provided His people with a song of worship, warning, and promise designed to help them remember His goodness and justice and to stir them to repentance and…
The LORD knows the condition of souls and graciously gives His people what they need so that they may respond rightly to Him and fight courageously for Him.
If we are to please Christ, we must understand the life and the Law He has given, and how His Law bears upon Church life now.
Though God’s Law is easy and near to us, the human heart is rebellious and stubborn and will lead us to destruction unless we repent and believe by grace.
If we do not understand and trust God’s plan for revelation, we will be tempted to embrace practices aimed at burglarizing His secret counsel chambers.
The LORD graciously summons His people to remind them of covenant commitments, to admonish them to covenant faithfulness, and to counsel them with covenant consequences.
Because God designed people for community; His Law, including its blessings and curses, applies to people in community.
Yahweh is the Lord; and He richly blesses His people, who love and obey Him, and curses His enemies, who hate and resist Him