Devarim 2021

As we launch into the fifth and final book of the Torah, we join the people on the eastern side of the Jordan to listen to Moses’ final words – the book of Deuteronomy. In this teaching, we begin by looking at characteristics of those who are able to cross the river into the adventure of ruling in the Land. Other main topics include the symbolism of the “wilderness” and the surprisingly important victories over the kingdoms of Sichon and Og.

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  1. by Dave and Zoe Sheard

    On July 17, 2021

    So applicable to what we are facing! We really appreciate your insights and lessons, it helps us fight the war. Shalom

  2. by Petro

    On July 18, 2021

    Hi, I am from SA and love your teachings. I would like to access the link to Telegram to listen to the encampments … can you please assist? My mobile number is +27 82 882 9797. Blessings

  3. by L. Grant Luton

    On July 20, 2021

  4. by Johan

    On July 19, 2021

    Dear Grant!

    This is a deep and thought provoking commentary! Thank you!

    You ask the question, What kind of people can live in the land? The last one listed is Victorious people.
    It made me think of Revelation’s “victory” verses. I stopped the recording and checked them out and realize how profoundly they highlight the Hope we are looking forward to. Not only to live ‘victorious’ lives now but what are waiting for us in the World to come! Rev 2:7, 11 17, 26 & 3:5, 12, 21 & 12:11 & 21:7

    Best regards.
    Johan Cornelissen

  5. by L. Grant Luton

    On July 20, 2021

    Thank you, Johan, for this valuable addition of insights!

  6. by Johan

    On July 19, 2021


    Almost forgot… Please forward the devotional link to me (42 camps).

    Thank you!
    Shavuah tov!

    Johan Cornelissen

  7. by L. Grant Luton

    On July 20, 2021

  8. by David Russell

    On July 23, 2021

    Grant and others,
    Devarim may be fast becoming one of my favorite books in the entire Bible. I like the often repeated exhort to love God and obey what He commands us to obey. Voila, I and we can do this, we may conclude!
    Do we become a bit resistant when the personal challenges in that exhortation are perhaps further enumerated on, as we continue reading?
    For myself it is to care even spiritually about my grandchildren, as stated in Devarim 15 or 16. This is during the discussion about the seventh year release of those indebted to their keeper.
    When my wife and I became parents, one set of our parents were quite adamant in saying, Your kids are your responsibility and not ours to raise and train.
    I look forward to when we get to the later chapters, about mid-point, and this is read. Thus Are we our brother’s keeper? The answer from Scripture seems to be, yes.
    Shalom to each,

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