Godly leaders would be critical if God was to bless Israel in the Promised land. Equally important would be the need for godly citizens.
Moses continues teaching the people the way the nation would be governed when they entered the Promised land. Here he instructs them concerning the priests and Levites.
Moses continues dealing with how the government will operate in the Promised Land. If they ever had a king, what would be expected of him?
Moses had instructed the people regarding their history and their worship. He now moves on to talk about how government would operate in the Promised Land.
Moses instructs the people about the Feast of Tabernacles, the 3rd feast that males over 20 will be required to attend each year when they enter the Promised land.
Instructions are given for the observance of the 3 main feasts when Israel enters the promised land. The first 2 are looked at here.
Moses continues to remind Israel what God expects of them when they enter the Promised land.
Moses reminds the people of their responsibilities to the Lord in giving their tithes in the Promised land.
Moses lists dietary restrictions again in this passage. Some possible reasons why.
Are we to be holy just because God is holy? How important is it?
Israel was about to enter the Promised land, so Moses warns them about avoiding occult practices when entering.
Moses deals with the abominations of Satan in this passage.
Moses lists the last 2 traps Satan may use to cause the Israelites to practice idolatry.
Moses talks about the 2nd of 4 traps that Satan may use to cause the Israelites to practice idolatry.
The priviledge of Israel being God's chosen nation brought with it many responsibilities. They were to give certain tithes and offerings when they lived in the land. Moses then warned…