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Therefore many verses do not yet have notes, but if the Lord tarries and gives me breath, additions will follow in the future. Statutes, every thing that concerned morals and the rites and ceremonies of religion; judgments, all matters of civil right and wrong. They have come up the east bank of the Jordan River and are near Mount Nebo as Moses gives his final instructions to the people.
Only two of the people who made the entire journey stand there -- Joshua and Caleb. Most of the people are buried out there in the wilderness, or their bones are bleaching under the desert sun. The new generation is ready now to go into the Promised Land, but before they enter, Moses reviews the wilderness experiences and pleads with them to obey God who loves them.
It also marks a major literary turning point, a transition from itinerary or historical narrative to parenesis. Having traced the course of Israel's forty years in the desert, Moses then drew conclusions from that experience and urged a course of action for the present and future.
New American Commentary - Volume 4: Hearing and doing stand in the foreground of this section. The result of obedience is life and possession of the land. The Annotated Bible Now, O Israel, listen to the statutes and the judgments which I am teaching you to perform - Moses gives a command listen not a suggestion to the children of Israel regarding how they are to live in the promised land still filled with Canaanite influence.
One would think they would be motivated to listen carefully. This generation to whom Moses speaks was at Mt Sinai but they were only children at that time, so Moses begins by recounting the awe filled terrifying scene lest they despise the holiness of Yahweh Dt 4: As noted listen shama is a command in Dt 4: Keep on listening to the statutes and the judgments all the days of your life.
In this discourse we see God's faithfulness and omnipotence to bring His possession Dt 4: That is, the exhortation is not delivered in a vacuum but finds its orientation in the historical review.
What has already transpired is gone forever, but the lessons of history must not be forgotten and, in fact, must serve as the springboard for future thought and action. Ibid God's past faithfulness should encourage present obedience. Listen shama - here in Dt 4: Does the Lord listen to your prayers?
Or are you in disobedience Ps Confess 1 Jn 1: The best known use of "listen" is in the so-called " Shema " after the first word in the verse below "shema" - hear which is the very heart of Jewish confession and faith.
When Jesus was asked what was the greatest commandment of all, he quoted this text Mt The God who brought Creation into existence by speaking the Word Ps.
The Word of God must penetrate our hearts and become a part of our inner being if it is to change our lives.
When God speaks, He sets before us life and death Dt The emphasis in Deuteronomy 4: It was true for Israel, and it is true for us.
The pathway of life and the true secret of possession is simple obedience to the holy commandments of God. We see this all through the inspired volume, from cover to cover. God has given us His Word, not to speculate upon it or discuss it, but that we may obey it.
And it is as we, through grace Ed: Moses called the people to hear and obey the rules of conduct that God had given them to observe. In some of his last words last words are always worth listening to carefully! Take in context conveys sense of a command. Every place on which the sole of your foot treads, I have given!
They are virtually synonymous and are used interchangeably in Deuteronomy.
But see above note Beloved believer, keep in mind as you study the poignant lessons in the life of Israel the good, the bad and the ugly! Centuries later Paul wrote Now these things happened as examples for us, so that we would not crave evil things as they also craved.
Whereas Israel would be blessed with a land and prosperity thereinbelievers in the NT will be blessed with a life full, abundant, victorious, etc. If we as NT believers are not experiencing the good hand of the LORD bestowing spiritual blessings on our life, then we probably need to go no further then to assess our obedience.
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