RELATIONSHIP STUDY ON
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Good day to you, and welcome back to
Bread. As you may have guessed by the title of our study today, this was
probably a very emotional time for all of Israel. You can bet they were
anxious and happy about entering the Promised Land any day soon and yet
torn at their hearts, knowing that Moses wasn't going with them.
Moses, 120 years old now,
assures Israel that the Lord would go ahead of them into the Promised
Land and destroy the nations before them. He encourages them to be
strong and courageous and not to fear because God will not abandon them.
MOSES AND JOSHUA RELATIONSHIP LESSON WITH MOSES AND JOSHUA RELATIONSHIP EXPLANATION
AND MOSES AND JOSHUA RELATIONSHIP SUMMARY
Then Moses extended this same
encouragement to Joshua personally in the sight of all Israel, and Moses
wrote the law, and gave it to the Levites that carry the Ark of the
Covenant of the Lord and to all the elders of Israel. He then commanded
them that the law was to be read aloud in its entirety, every seven
years in the year of release (Chapter 15), during the Feast of Tabernacles, in the
ears of all of Israel.
After that, God told Moses
that his time to die was nearing and to bring Joshua to the Tabernacle
of the Congregation. The Lord appeared in a pillar of a cloud and
MOSES AND JOSHUA RELATIONSHIP INFORMATION WITH MOSES AND
JOSHUA RELATIONSHIP MEANING AND MOSES AND JOSHUA RELATIONSHIP DISCUSSION
Then God told Moses exactly
what Israel would do after his death. They would forsake God and break
His covenant, and worship other gods, which will anger the Lord and He
will hide His face from them. Many terrible things will happen to them
and they will ask, Is this happening because our God is not with us?
So the Lord told Moses to
write a song and teach it to the children of Israel so that when they
have inherited the land and grown rich and turned to other gods, the
song will be a witness for Him against Israel and will not be forgotten
by their children. Moses wrote the song that same day and taught it to
the children of Israel.
We'll talk about that song
continue our study of Deuteronomy, you guessed it, right here at Daily