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Deuteronomy Chapter 18

Moses continues his sermons to the Israelites as they prepared to enter the promised land. In the last chapter he shared teachings on the need for righteous leaders in their judges, priests and kings. 2,094 more words

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Everywhere a flag: July 4th on Lake Arrowhead USA

A grateful nation. Freedom is never free. It is hard won and must be ever guarded. In Deuteronomy in the Old Testament, God said remember where you came from. 76 more words

Deuteronomy Chapter 17

The Israelites were preparing to enter the promised land, where they would be able to settle and find some normalcy to their lives. They had been wandering for over 40 years, and continually had the possibly to being told to pick up and leave where ever they were to move on to the next place the Lord wanted them to be. 1,776 more words

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Deuteronomy Chapter 16

Moses was commanded to teach the people of Israel, all the things that God had commanded when they were encamped in the wilderness of Sinai. That had been at a time, when those who had lived in Egypt, were still alive. 1,549 more words

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Deuteronomy Chapter 15

In this chapter, Moses continues to remind the children of Israel of the laws of the Lord, in preparation for their entering the promised land. It begins: 1,477 more words

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Deuteronomy Chapter 14

Moses continues his final sermons to the Israelites, with a repeat of the law established when they were around Mount Sinai. There were many customs and rituals in their lives then, and a lot of things were not according to the design of the Lord for His people. 1,416 more words

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Moses Closes Red Sea On Three Shepards After Parting It For Second Time

Now for a re-post of an ACP classic.

” It was an accident!,” Moses said today, in response to allegations that he reopened the Red Sea for a second time only to then close it while three inebriated shepherds were walking through it. 226 more words

Religious And Political Satire, And Other Irreverent Humour