Deuteronomy: The last installment of the Quintilogy known as the Pentateuch.
After a long journey, the Israelites find themselves well on their way to the promised land. But not so fast, their fearless, but flawed leader, Moses (or the group of people who actually wrote the book) have more to tell.
Moses first recounts the Israelites’ journey from bondage to freedom complete with warnings about idolatry and complacency.
Second, so many laws:
*The 10 commandments revisited
And finally, [spoiler alert] Moses dies, but not before all hear his blessing and his song, setting stage for what lies ahead. Coming soon to a 30 seconds or less near you: Joshua.
- What does it mean to you that God chose a flawed leader like Moses?
- How do you think Moses felt as he was recounting their journey from bondage to freedom?