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May 31, 2020

Deuteronomy 13-17

Deuteronomy 13
Why false prophets sometimes look true — […]

Deuteronomy 15
What the Bible says about debt, poverty, hunger, and slavery[…]

Deuteronomy 16
Calendars in the Bible — […]

The king “must not have many wives.” Deuteronomy 17:17 @TheVoiceBible — […]

“As soon as this king takes the royal throne, he must write out a copy of this law for himself on a scroll with the Levitical priests looking on. He must keep this copy with him and read it every day” Deuteronomy 17:18-19 @TheVoiceBible — […]

May 24, 2020

Deuteronomy 8-12

Making you truly alive! Thoughts on Deuteronomy 8 — […]

What God wants • Observations from Deuteronomy 10-11 — […]

if you just want to have meat for a meal, if the Eternal your God has blessed you and you can afford it, you can do that in your own towns. Slaughter the animals and eat them there. …it can be a gazelle or a deer. Deuteronomy 12:15 @TheVoiceBible — […]

But discipline yourselves not to eat the blood because the blood is the soul, and you mustn’t eat the soul along with the meat. Deuteronomy 12:23 @TheVoiceBible — […]

Be very careful to do everything I’m commanding you. Don’t add anything to your worship, and don’t take anything away from it. Deuteronomy 12:32 @TheVoiceBible — […]

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