Deuteronomy 27

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A tour of Deuteronomy 27 with Ken Boa.

After reviewing the commandments, testimonies, and statutes with the new generation, Moses instructed them to write all the words of the law on large whitewashed stones after they crossed the Jordan River so that they would serve as an altar and a reminder about the covenant commitment they had entered into with the Lord their God. It was essential for their well-being that they obey the voice of the Lord and observe His commandments. Six of the tribes were to proclaim blessings for obedience from Mount Gerizim, and six of the tribes were to proclaim cursings for disobedience from Mount Ebal.

Reading of Deuteronomy 27

Prayer:

Lord, You are serious about the things You exhort Your children to know, be, and do.  Let me realize with greater clarity the blessings of obedience and the consequences of disobedience.

Meditation passage for today: verse 10

Taken from "Handbook to Scripture—365 Key Chapters of the Bible"

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