Deuteronomy 10 Devotional Commentary

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Deuteronomy 10:12

For the best part of 40 years, the children of Israel wandered through the wilderness because of their unbelief. The Lord had brought them out of Egypt but they did not trust Him to bring them into the land of Canaan. It would only have taken a few short weeks to complete their journey across the Red Sea into the Promised Land, but they would not - because of unbelief. 

And so, after decades of weary wandering, a new generation read more...

Deuteronomy 10:14

God is not man, but the eternal Sovereign Ruler of heaven and earth. He is the universal Creator of all and the omnipotent God Who dwells in unsearchable light. Without question, the Lord our God belongs to heaven above and inhabits the highest heaven. He rules the farthest reaches of the earth, and He alone is deserving of our honour and praise.

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Deuteronomy 10:16

Abraham believed God and it was credited to him as righteousness... and as God's elect nation, Israel was expected to trust in the Lord with all their heart and soul and mind and strength. They were to trust in the Lord and not rely on their own limited understanding. They were to heed His Word, obey His commandments, trust in His faithfulness, circumcise their hearts, and love the Lord with their whole being.

As God's covenant