103-140 Deuteronomy

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Deuteronomy is Moses’ farewell address to the tribes he had served as prophetic leader. The book includes narratives, exhortations, warnings, instructions, and promises of blessings for Israel’s faithfulness. Using elements common to covenants between nations, Deuteronomy is composed as a treaty text. It is similar to other treaties from other Near Eastern sources, particularly from Hittite archives. Moses, clearly aware of the patterns used in typical covenants, communicates God’s purposes to Israel in a familiar literary and legal form.

Deuteronomy

1.    Deuteronomy 1 2.    Deuteronomy 2
3.    Deuteronomy 3 4.    Deuteronomy 4
5.    Deuteronomy 5 6.    Deuteronomy 6
7.    Deuteronomy 7 8.    Deuteronomy 8
9.    Deuteronomy 9 10. Deuteronomy 10
11. Deuteronomy 11 12. Deuteronomy 12
13. Deuteronomy 13 14. Deuteronomy 14 Through 16
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17. Deuteronomy 17 18. Deuteronomy 18
19. Deuteronomy 19 20. Deuteronomy 20
21. Deuteronomy 21 22. Deuteronomy 22
23. Deuteronomy 23 24. Deuteronomy 24
25. Deuteronomy 25 26. Deuteronomy 26
27. Deuteronomy 27 28. Deuteronomy 28
29. 30. Deuteronomy 30



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