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Deuteronomy Chapter 4

The Law of Moses was given to the children of Israel, through the prophet, Moses, while they were in the area of Mount Sinai. Within that law, there were commandments and statutes, which they were to keep in order to turn their hearts more fully to the Lord and to live with one another in peace and happiness. 2,865 more words

The Old Testament

Commandment Zero

Let’s go back to the beginning. Okay, maybe not back to the beginning, but back to the beginning of God’s covenant with the newly-liberated nation of Israel. 514 more words


Mark Blitz Speaks on Jewish Voice Re: the 4 Blood Moons and the Biblical Calendar

About 7 minutes and 50 seconds into the video, Rabbi Jonathan Bernis (Jewish Voice) interviews Mark Blitz about the four blood moons, which occur consecutively on Passover and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) in 2014 and 2015.  14 more words


The Story of Scripture: The Mosaic Covenant (Sunday School)

This is week three of a Sunday School series I did at my church on the story of the Bible.


Jesus and the Law of Moses

An expert in the law of Moses stood up and asked Jesus the question to see what he would say:-

“Teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to have eternal life?” 303 more words

Daily Musings

Old Testament Salvation

“Therefore the Law has become our tutor to lead us to Christ, so that we may be justified by faith.” (Gal. 3:24)

A major purpose of the Law of Moses was to expose sin (Rom. 481 more words

Law And Gospel

The Pattern and the Practice

Yesterday morning I participated in a service project revolving around fleece blankets. The group was essentially divided into assembly line responsibilities. The first group took the fabric, cut out blanket-size portions and passed them to the hem-trimmers who then stacked them on tables where runners would pick them up and bring them to the last stage, where I was stationed, for fringing. 1,940 more words