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On 2 Samuel 8-12

King David had many wars and was victorious. The Lord blessed him in all he did. Later on, David asked for any survivors of Saul’s house. 750 more words

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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

Old Testament Doubled Down

I wasn’t really planning to but I finished the Old Testament yesterday. I’d been reading on-line and it was somewhat of a jolt when I clicked on next chapter and Matthew came up. 72 more words


Printable Film Critique Assignment: Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments

As a current thirty-something, I grew up with the yearly tradition of watching Cecil B. DeMille’s The Ten Commandments on TV. It has everything – adventure, romance, questionable hairstyles (I’m looking at you, Yul Brynner) – so, imagine my surprise when I was fresh out of college and teaching Scripture and realized most high school students, at least the ones whom I’ve encountered, have never seen this epic in its entirety. 155 more words

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Deuteronomy Chapter 3

Moses was commanded to teach the Israelites before he left them and they continued on to gain the land of promise. These were the younger generation, who had not experienced much, if any life at all, in the land of Egypt. 1,346 more words

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On 2 Samuel 4-7

When Ishbaal (or Ish-bosheth), the son of Saul, heard that Abner had been killed, he mourned him. Then, two mean, Baanah and Rechab, went and killed Ishbaal and brought his head to David expecting David’s happiness since Saul and all his posterity had been killed. 634 more words

The Old Testament