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Lessons From Deuteronomy: God Has Always Wanted Man’s Heart

April 2nd, 2011

Topical bible study on God's desire to have the heart of man and our call to be faithful and diligent to His commands.

Deuteronomy 34 Moses’ Last Words

March 29th, 2009

When God takes a loved one how important are their last words? Here in Deuteronomy chapter 34, we have the last words of Moses. Learn the secret message behind the words that he spoke.  You will never look at this chapter the same again.

Deuteronomy 33 Blessings Forfeited

March 19th, 2009

Moses continues to instruct the children of Israel concerning their settlement in the Promised Land. In this chapter Moses gives each tribe a blessing. However many of the people did not obtain the benefit that God had in store for them. How could this be? How can God have blessings in store for us but we never obtain them? Listen to this chapter of Deuteronomy and learn exactly how we can forfeit blessings.

Deuteronomy 32 pt. 2 The Song of Moses

March 10th, 2009

The continuation of Moses song of Israels apostasy and God's judgment.

Deuteronomy 32 pt. 1 The Song of Moses God vs. Apostasy

March 10th, 2009

Apostates are the enemy of God and he repays his enemies to the face. What does it mean to be an apostate? How can you tell if one is falling away from their faith in God? What was Moses' warning to the children of Israel about leaving God's care? Find out how that warning is to us as well.

Deuteronomy 31

February 26th, 2009

Moses continues to rebuke and exhort the children of Israel as he prepares to die. What was his last words to a nation who had rebelled against God throughout their journey? Listen and see how important last words can be from one who is departing. Learn just how serious it is to be in covenant with God.

Deuteronomy 30 What Does It Take To Be Saved?

February 14th, 2009

Romans 10:9-10 is what is promoted as the way to salvation. It is declared to be the only thing it takes to be saved. But let's examine just what these verses mean in light of the scriptures that Paul was familiar with, the Old Testament. Here in Deuteronomy 30, we see Moses acting as mediator between the children of Israel and God. The covenant is being ratified. Let's look at the Old Covenant and how it saved and see the pattern for the New Covenant and how it saves.

Deuteronomy 29 Am I Cursed or Am I Blessed?

February 7th, 2009

Name it and Claim it! That's the blessing shouted from just about every pulpit in America. Whether you're living in sin or not just speak positively and all things will be yours. But is this true? Can I be blessed and be in sin? After all, we all fall short of the glory of God. Is it right for people to speak negatively to me and tell me about God's judgment? Aren't they judging? Where do I stand when I am in sin? Can I still be blessed?

Chapter discussion follows verse by verse lesson.

Deuteronomy 28 pt. 2 Why Is The God of The Old Testament So Mean

February 7th, 2009

Ever wonder why the "God" of the Old Testament seem so different than sweet Jesus? Ever wonder why He seemed so vengeful and so full of wrath? But how could this be, if God never changes? Was grace even present in the Old Testament? How were the people who were faithful saved? Listen and find the answers to these questions and many more.

Deuteronomy 28 pt. 1 The God of the Old Testament Has Blessings for the Taking

February 7th, 2009

When people speak of the "God of the Old Testament" they often call Him a 'tribal god' and say that he is mean and cruel. They speak of Him as if He is different than Jesus. What most do not understand is that God has not changed. Without a knowledge of the Old Testament people make such asinine statements about the character of God. God had blessings for His people, for the taking. He wasn't, and isn't, cruel. He is loving, beneficent, and merciful. But like most of us, Israel was disobedient, unfaithful, and disloyal (and we call Him cruel). Listen and gain some understanding of the True Character of Our God. 

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