Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Deut 1-6

Deuteronomy 1
1.17 This is a great verse for judges and praying for judges.
1.27  murmmered in your tents...  Sounds like "roast the preacher" for Sunday lunch.  :o)
1.32  did not believe... even with all that had happened.  Boy, can we be dense spiritually.  God help us!
1.36  wholly followed...  Deut. 6.5 demonstrated.
Deuteronomy 2
2.9  I have given Ar to the peole of Lot...  Canaan wasn't the only land God had given to a people.
2.30  Your God hardened his spirit and made his heart obstinate...  a vessel for destructions.  It is hard to completely understand that.
Deuteronomy 3
3.12 I gave...
3.13  I gave...
3.15  I gave...
I find it a little curious and interesting that he said "I gave" instead of "God gave."
Deuteronomy 4
4.9  keep our soul diligently, lest you forget...  Use it or loose it.
4.23  lest you forget the covenant...  
4.24  consuming fire...  So much for the kinder gentler God.
4.29  This reminds me of the Seek and ye shall find verse in the NT.
Deuteronomy 5
5.2  not with our fathers did the Lord make this covenant, but with us... This is like the place in the Passover Seder where we say that each one should think of himself as having been delivered out of Egypt.
5.29  Oh that they had such a mind as this always...  This is a good reminder for me personally and possibly an iteresting glimpse into the perspective into God's eternality.
Deuteronomy 6
6. 3  be careful to do them...  "Careful' implies attentiveness and diligence.
6.15  God in your midst in a jealous God...  "In your midst" can strike an ominous tone, but, in another way it is an encouragement.

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