Deuteronomy 4 Devotional Commentary

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Deuteronomy 4:2

The children of Israel were rescued from enslavement in Egypt on that first Passover night, when they smeared the lintels of their houses with the blood of an unblemished Passover lamb, by faith. Because they believed God, the angel of death passed over them. They demonstrated their faith by carrying out His instructions and smearing the lintels of their houses with the shed blood of the Passover lambs.

It was not

Deuteronomy 4:31

This final book of Moses is a reiteration of the Mosaic Law which God gave to His people when they were redeemed from Egyptian slavery. For 40 years the disobedient nation of Israel, who murmured against the goodness of God, had wandered in the wilderness until a new generation of Israelites had grown up.

Moses was once again instructed to rehearse the Law of God in the ears of His chosen people as his final duty before the read more...