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Revelation 12-18: Signs and Symbols

The Bible Recap

05:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Revelation 12-18: Signs and Symbols

"John continues explaining his vision to us today in. Its filled with lots of signs and symbols. That means many of these things aren't literal their symbolic and while there is some debate. Now about what. These things mean if we try to figure out how to apply them to future events. John's original audience probably wasn't confused at all. They saw this vision through the lens of israel's history and as you know jewish literature loves signs and numbers and symbols so will impact some of that today. I we see a woman giving birth to a child that would rule the nations. There's a beast that doesn't like this. Who tries to put a stop to it. All she goes to live in the wilderness. Where god takes care of her. Does any of that sound familiar. Most people think this woman is israel that satan is the dragon and that the stars that got swooped down by the dragon's tail or the angels. Who joined him. War breaks out in heaven between the elect. Angels and satans angels and the elec angels win so satan and his angels are addicted. Since they can't stay in heaven they mount an attack on earth but god miraculously protects israel boarded again. Satan's angel goff to attack. God's other kids and in john's times they likely would have seen this as referring to the gentiles. Or maybe the church at large. Or maybe the remnant of israel in chapter thirteen giannis. A sea beast. It sounds a lot like the dragon. Seven heads ten horns and if you're with us in the old testament you may remember that horns symbolize kings or kingdoms there a sign of power. Everybody on earth thinks the beast is awesome. And if you're alive during john's day you're probably thinking oh right room because everyone worships this beast. Except for god's kids according to verse eight and for the jews in john's day this would be a flashback to the book of daniel when he and a few of his friends were living in babylon and king nebuchadnezzar demanded to be worshiped. So in verse eleven. John reminds his readers. How god's kids are called to respond in this kind of situation he says ear is a call for the endurance and faith of the saints. The way to overcome is to remain faithful despite persecution next. John describes an earth beast. This beast has a lot of power over the people of earth and does a lot of things that are attempts to counterfeit god in his ways. It looks like a lamb at fakes. Its own resurrection. And it has people mark themselves on the forehead and the hand remember the factories. We talked about a little leather boxes with scripture and then that religious jews where that comes from deuteronomy six four through eight which says eero israel the lord our god the lord is one you shall love the lord god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might and these words that i command you today shall be on your heart you shall bind them as a sign on your hand and they shall be as front litz between your is the beast counterfeits this with his own name instead of the name of god and remember how in hebrew every letter of the alphabet has a number assigned to it. The beast name is spelled with the letter. Six six six which also happens to be how you spell out the name of nero the roman emperor so this probably isn't literal. It's probably representative of who you worship. There are other ways to interpret this through a modern lens but if we look at it through the lens of john's readers they likely would have understood roamed be babylon two point which we already know from i peter five and they probably would have seen this hand forehead business as representative of who you belong to are you mark. With god's name or rome's we're in jerusalem in chapter fourteen. And jesus is there with a one hundred and forty four thousand which again maybe a precise number. It is probably symbolic of a much larger number. These marked with god's name on their foreheads and probably not literally they sing and worship god then three angels show up with three messages angel number. One says worship god because judging is coming angel number two says babylon is fallen. Angel number three says those who worshipped the beast. Instead of god will hit god's judgment and everlasting punishment and again. John reminds his readers in verse. Twelve year is a call for the endurance of the saints. Those who keep the commandments of god and their faith in jesus despite the attacks of the beast god has the final. Say some angels assist. Maybe jesus in beginning to work out justice and vengeance on the earth by the way. John says these angels come out of the temple in heaven yesterday and today. We've seen three references to this temple in heaven. Some believe the earthly temple was a literal replica of a temple in heaven and simply the word temple is just a reverence to god's dwelling place in general and this may or may not be the same thing referred to in chapter fifteen as the sanctuary of the tent of witness seven. More angels. Come out carrying seven bowls of god's wrath which are also described as plagues. Some of these plagues might remind you of what we saw. A longtime ago in egypt sores on those who don't worship god the season the rivers and springs become blood the sun scorch and burns people then darkness than the river dries up and the enemies of god used their demonic powers to perform signs just like barros magicians then before the seventh bowl the armies at the world gathering the planes of armageddon on our trips to israel we stand on mount carmel and look over that patch of land in john's day. It served as the crossroads of the world kind of like the atlanta airport and while the armies are gathered there. The seventh angel pours out his bowl of earthquakes. Fallen city sunken islands crumbling mountains lightning thunder and one hundred pound. Hailstones and god makes babylon or rome. Drink the cup of his wrath

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The Sacredness of Truth

House of the Risen Son

03:41 min | 2 months ago

The Sacredness of Truth

"According to God's word and in the next compartment we move on to learning of the sacredness of Truth the sacredness of truth actually this 2016 says this it says you shall not bear false witness against Germany. Were you shall not bear false witness against your neighbor? Seems simple quit lying. Let's go Sun Prairie. Right? Like I mean in that sense it is it is simple to straight forward. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. So you shall not what are we dealing with first? It says you shall not bear false witness. What does that mean? Well, how about this you shall not hold on to lies of any kind to Bear is the whole right? I can bear you up on my shoulder if you're of a certain size and then I'll fall over if you're bigger, but I can bear most of you I can carry most of you. So do not bear false witness don't hold onto false ideas. Don't hold onto lies don't have them as part of your life or part of your thinking in any way shape or form. How many of us as we get into the word of God how many of us as we learn more of what God has said how many of us have realized that there are lies in our life and lies in our thinking. Things that were lies when we took them on and things that we absorbed and held onto later on which were deceptions. It says do not bear false witness do not hold onto lies of any kind. It says do not bear false witness against your neighbor says don't use that lie to attack the other we are not to use the lies that we hold to attack the other. I mean in general, it's not your business to be attacking people under there's Believers. We're not called to that. We're called to what love so that pretty well concludes the attacking of other people in general, but we're called to not bear false witness were called to not allow ourselves to enter into the false use of words to hurt the other way. It's thinking specifically of a court case in a court case. If you have false Witnesses, it puts a terrible spin on to what's going on people will come in and lie in front of the judge jury and do great harm to the person who's being the defendant or perhaps great good to someone who may deserve something else. Again, we're called to not falsely accuse or to slander someone you see lying about another person as we deal with them is about slander. One of the things I've noticed is that when when someone gets done with you you break up with a friend or someone else you ever heard. Someone say to you. You don't want to tell you what I really think you. And if you got good sense you go because what that means is I'm about to tell you the worst things. I thought about you at any time in our relationship not have been close enough to make some bad observations right off. I'm really it's it's a hyperbole a speech. It's taking something and blowing it all over before Shannon and you're at some point you're slandering this person. You're just tearing them to Pieces. Why you because you're hurt because you're angry because your child is because you're mature again, we're not called we're not allowed to by this commandment falsely accused her to slander to to tear apart someone to hurt someone just because we're angry. Deuteronomy 19 18 or 19 verses eighteen and twenty says this it says the judges shall investigate thoroughly and if the witness is a false witness, he has testified against his brother falsely then we shall do to him just as he had planned to do this brother you shall eliminate social you eliminate all of the evil from among you and the rest of the people here and be afraid off and will never again do such an

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Closet. And I got down on my face on the carpet in that closet. was A, walk in closet. and. I began to cry out to Jesus. And he spoke to me. I. Don't know if it was audible. Or. If it was in my my head or my spirit, but it sounded audible. And this is what he said. Never will I leave you Never will forsake you. Never will leave you. Never will I forsake you? and. My. Heart. Soared that was July twenty, five, two, thousand, six. My heart just soared upward. I was so greatly encouraged. Because the Lord promised. He would not leave me. Verse Six. Save with confidence the Lord is my helper I will not be afraid. What can man do to me. Remember your leaders who spoke the word of God you. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday today and forever. Those of you who are fearful today. I want to say, please. Turn your eyes to Jesus and get your eyes off the election. The election. Is Not that important in the long haul? What is most important is Where you stand with Jesus Christ. and Are you about his business or are you about Your Business? Are you being self centered and? Doing what you think you need to do to take care of your business or are you taking care of God's business. He promised never will leave you never. Will I forsake you? Deuteronomy thirty, one six..

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:10 min | 3 months ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

"Chapter seventeen versus fourteen through twenty. . When you come to the land, , the larger God is giving you and you possess it in dwell on it, , and then say I was set a king over me like all the nations that are around me. . You may indeed set a king over you whom the Lord your will choose. . One from among your brothers you shall set is king over you. . You may not put a foreigner over you who is not your brother only he must not acquire many horses for himself or cause the people to return to Egypt in order to acquire many horses. . Since the Lord has said to you, , you shall never return that way again and he shall not acquire many wives for himself lest his heart turn away nor shall he acquire for himself excessive silver and gold And when he sits on the throne of his kingdom, , he shall right for himself in a book, , a copy of this law approved by the levite priests and it shall be with him and he shall read it in all the days of his life that he may learn to fear the Lord his God by keeping all the words of this law and these statutes and doing them. . That his heart may not be lifted up above his brothers. . And that he may not turn aside from the commandment either to the right hand or left so that he may continue long in his kingdom, , he and his children in Israel. . Now, , as we are praying leading up to presidential election. . In the United States on be careful in reading from Deuteronomy to make sure it's clear. . This is a unique time in Old Testament, , history when God is speaking about a king among his people and how that king should rule and lead in the structure of the people of Israel. . And we WANNA be careful when we're reading the Old Testament ought to just put in the United States and the place of Israel here and think okay. . So this is what we should do in all these specifics at the same time. . As God gives instructions for the leaders among his people we see characteristics. . that. . God desires in all leaders among any people characteristics that we see throughout the rest of the Old Testament in the new testament particularly think about leaders in the church. . And ultimately exemplified in Jesus and his character. . and. . So when I read Dirani Seventeen. . Meditate on these verses. . I'm driven to pray. . Well, , let's let's pray God. . We we praise you one for setting up kings the way you did for the good. . Of Your people in the Old Testament, , God we think about how so many kings fell short of what you described in your word here and devastating effects that had on your people, , and so we pray as citizens of. . The country we are in specifically most of us as citizens of the United States. . So God we pray. . For leaders who will hear? ? And Obey your word. . God, we , pray for that. . We pray for leaders who will be sensitive to your word. . Not The foolish ways of this world. . We pray for leaders. . To avoid greed. . We pray. For . leaders who? ? Avoid adultery and sexual morality. . We pray for leaders who spurn idolatry who fear and submit to your authority overall. . God reprieve for leaders who demonstrate humility. . Before you for the people they lead. . Oh God for all these characteristics we pray in our current leaders and future leaders God we ask for we. . For we. . Pray that you would. . Work in leaders. . Hearts present and future. . To create. . To foster humility and fear of you in submission to your therapy and. . Sensitivity. . To your word. . And a fleeing in God we pray for leaders who flee greed and who flee adultery and sexual immorality who flee idolatry and who lead in Romans thirteen kind of way for the good of the people they govern. . And for the protection of people against evil? ? Oh God we ask for leaders like this and as we do we are so thankful Jesus that you are ultimate leader. . You Are Lord, you , are king. . We praise you for you are the only perfect king. . You're the only perfect Lord you are the one in whom we place all our trust and all our hope and you're the one who to whom we give all. . Of our allegiance. . We love you Jesus, , we love you all the more when we see the inadequacy of leaders around is we so thankful that you're our leader and we help us to point people to you as we talk about political candidates and all kinds of different issues in an election gathering prayed help us to point people to you the just and good leader who Humble yourself and became obedient to death on a cross for our sins and you've been exalted by God given the name that is above every name that your name every knee will bow. . Every tongue will confess help us to point people to you and your Lordship your leadership above all during these days. . In your name Jesus, , our leader and Lord we pray Amen.

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Fear God by Keeping His Law (Deuteronomy 17:1420)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:10 min | 3 months ago

Fear God by Keeping His Law (Deuteronomy 17:1420)

"Chapter seventeen versus fourteen through twenty. When you come to the land, the larger God is giving you and you possess it in dwell on it, and then say I was set a king over me like all the nations that are around me. You may indeed set a king over you whom the Lord your will choose. One from among your brothers you shall set is king over you. You may not put a foreigner over you who is not your brother only he must not acquire many horses for himself or cause the people to return to Egypt in order to acquire many horses. Since the Lord has said to you, you shall never return that way again and he shall not acquire many wives for himself lest his heart turn away nor shall he acquire for himself excessive silver and gold And when he sits on the throne of his kingdom, he shall right for himself in a book, a copy of this law approved by the levite priests and it shall be with him and he shall read it in all the days of his life that he may learn to fear the Lord his God by keeping all the words of this law and these statutes and doing them. That his heart may not be lifted up above his brothers. And that he may not turn aside from the commandment either to the right hand or left so that he may continue long in his kingdom, he and his children in Israel. Now, as we are praying leading up to presidential election. In the United States on be careful in reading from Deuteronomy to make sure it's clear. This is a unique time in Old Testament, history when God is speaking about a king among his people and how that king should rule and lead in the structure of the people of Israel. And we WANNA be careful when we're reading the Old Testament ought to just put in the United States and the place of Israel here and think okay. So this is what we should do in all these specifics at the same time. As God gives instructions for the leaders among his people we see characteristics. that. God desires in all leaders among any people characteristics that we see throughout the rest of the Old Testament in the new testament particularly think about leaders in the church. And ultimately exemplified in Jesus and his character. and. So when I read Dirani Seventeen. Meditate on these verses. I'm driven to pray. Well, let's let's pray God. We we praise you one for setting up kings the way you did for the good. Of Your people in the Old Testament, God we think about how so many kings fell short of what you described in your word here and devastating effects that had on your people, and so we pray as citizens of. The country we are in specifically most of us as citizens of the United States. So God we pray. For leaders who will hear? And Obey your word. God, we pray for that. We pray for leaders who will be sensitive to your word. Not The foolish ways of this world. We pray for leaders. To avoid greed. We pray. For leaders who? Avoid adultery and sexual morality. We pray for leaders who spurn idolatry who fear and submit to your authority overall. God reprieve for leaders who demonstrate humility. Before you for the people they lead. Oh God for all these characteristics we pray in our current leaders and future leaders God we ask for we. For we. Pray that you would. Work in leaders. Hearts present and future. To create. To foster humility and fear of you in submission to your therapy and. Sensitivity. To your word. And a fleeing in God we pray for leaders who flee greed and who flee adultery and sexual immorality who flee idolatry and who lead in Romans thirteen kind of way for the good of the people they govern. And for the protection of people against evil? Oh God we ask for leaders like this and as we do we are so thankful Jesus that you are ultimate leader. You Are Lord, you are king. We praise you for you are the only perfect king. You're the only perfect Lord you are the one in whom we place all our trust and all our hope and you're the one who to whom we give all. Of our allegiance. We love you Jesus, we love you all the more when we see the inadequacy of leaders around is we so thankful that you're our leader and we help us to point people to you as we talk about political candidates and all kinds of different issues in an election gathering prayed help us to point people to you the just and good leader who Humble yourself and became obedient to death on a cross for our sins and you've been exalted by God given the name that is above every name that your name every knee will bow. Every tongue will confess help us to point people to you and your Lordship your leadership above all during these days. In your name Jesus, our leader and Lord we pray Amen.

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The First Days: Genesis

Knowing Faith

04:33 min | 4 months ago

The First Days: Genesis

"Audience. For Genesis, is crucial and particularly when we get to these first days, we've covered this a little bit already, but it'd be good to just circle back so that we make sure that the audience knows This is who the original audience is for the book of Genesis and so when we're talking about the book of Genesis, we're talking about kind of. Volume one of a five book series called the Pinta toot the first five books of the Old Testament Genesis Exodus Leviticus numbers, deuteronomy these books are entrusted. These words are revealed to Moses who is now the representative rescuer and leader for the people of Israel, and they are getting this revelation on the outside of Egypt. They have been rescued from Egypt they have been brought to Mount Sinai and goddess forming then to take them in to Canaan to the promise land that is the original audience. This is post exodus Israel hearing from y'all way creator of the world. So they're hearing a creation story. That predates them significantly, it goes all the way back not just before their time in Egypt but before father Abraham all the way back back back back to the beginning and why is this crucial for us to understand when we start looking at genesis one through eleven that this is who the original audience is. Yes. So one of the reasons Moses writing is because he wants to prepare that they're in that in between space between they've left and where they're headed and so he writes these first five to give them roots and shoots. He wants to root them in. This is where you came from and he wants to give them shoots. He wants to give them something that will hold them steady. In the place that they're going so it's it's the history and the law is the combination that you're gonNA. See there and we talked about in a previous episode about the sort of the classic worldview questions that that these eleven chapters in particular are asking and answering, and as you pointed out Kyle I think that they're not just asking and answering those questions in a vacuum. So those questions of. Where did I come from? Why am I here what's the problem? What's the solution those questions are being asked and answered within the context of where they came from and where they're headed so that they will understand why Israel is a nation set apart yeah. Yeah. That's really good and so. We the roots and shoots thing is that's very valuable. So the story is not just. Oh, you did. Okay. Great I am I. The only one here is not just add living. GOLLY shoot. Now. Yeah. I think that that's really good in it reminds me of something for end of the show friend friend of ours WHO's taught for us in different environments that roots and shoots. Things reminds me of what Jerry. Jones says jt you're gonNA love this quote. You remember it. If he says, your creation story determines the trajectory of your culture. The. Roots and shoots thing where like. Israel is receiving a creation story and jt through this word out in an earlier episode but it's important I think it's important. To capture this creation story, we could call that a cosmology. COSMOLOGY and they're receiving it in in a world of competing. Creation Stories competing cosmology. Jt isn't that right? Like Israel is not just they're not like Ginseng. Story in a vacuum. They're receiving the story in a world where there are other accounts of how this has happened at yeah. Just back up what is what is cosmos? Like? Why do we have the word cosmology? What does it mean? Are you asking me? Yeah, I'm asking you is used it so you should make him to find it. I don't know if he can but I'm pretty sure you know I'm just getting. Yeah. I mean it's just talking about the. Creation of the cosmos of the world like it's it's just a fancy way of talking about the creation account and how to make sense of who is the Creator? What is the creation? What is the purpose of the crater creation relationship? You'd say, yeah, absolutely I mean, in some ways, cosmology would be like theology cosmos is the world the Earth, right? So it's like study of the World Study of the Earth Account of the world words about the world whereas theology is words about God's when we're talking about cosmology or cosmology as we're talking about words about the world, the account of creation or how things came to. Be.

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What the Resurrection Means for Us

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

02:26 min | 5 months ago

What the Resurrection Means for Us

"If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead you will be saved. Romans ten nine. What does it mean to believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead? Satan believes that God raised Jesus from the dead. He. Saw It happen. To answer this question. We need to ponder what the? Resurrection. means. For God's people. The meaning of the resurrection is that God is for us. He aims to close ranks with us. He aims to overcome all our sense of abandonment and alien nation. The resurrection of Jesus is God's declaration to Israel and to the world that we a- work our way to glory. But that he intends to do the impossible to get us there. The resurrection is the promise of God. That all who trust Jesus we'll be the beneficiaries of God's power to lead us in of righteousness and the Valley of death. Therefore. Believing in your heart that God raised. Jesus from the dead is much more accepting a fat. It means. Being confident that God is for you that he has closed ranks with you that he is transforming your life that he will save you for eternal. Joy. Believing the resurrection means trusting in all the promises of life and hope and righteousness for which it stands. It means being so confident of God's power and love that no fear of worldly loss or greed for worldly gain will moore us to disobey his will. This is the difference between Satan and the saints. Oh my God circumcise our hearts to love him deuteronomy thirty six. And to rest in the resurrection of his son.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:38 min | 10 months ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"As of today. We've read six books of the Bible together. Congratulations not only that. But in finishing Deuteronomy. Today we've also finished the whole. Torah which is what the Jews call the first five books of the Bible written by Moses for most people. The tour is where Bible reading plans. Go to die so the fact that you're still here is huge. God has drawn you into something here and I'm praying for you that he will continue to carve out time for himself and your schedule to give you wisdom knowledge and understanding and humility as you read to keep showing you new things about himself to correct any lies. You believe about him or anything misunderstand and to help these truths take root in your heart in a way. That is transformative. I bet you've already seen that happening in your life and maybe others have even taken notice too when we fix our eyes on who got his real. Change takes place yesterday as we wrapped up by reading. God told Moses to write a song about the Israelites past present future it would serve as a reminder to them when they were called this song after rebelling against God at some point in the days to come and it's a lengthy song lots of lyrics. The song starts out by calling Israel to pay attention as he proclaims God's greatness which is what comes next and just like with most songs and poetry. We see some poetic devices used here. Simile metaphors personification anthropomorphized hyperbole. Sue Don't panic when you read phrases like they are no longer his children because they are blemished crooked and twisted generation. God hasn't cast them off forever. This kind of hyperbole emphasizes the weight of what has happened. The context helps clarify terrifying versus like that. The story line of the song should be familiar to you. God created Israel. He blessed them increase them. They turned their back on THEM TO PURSUE IDOLS DEMON. Gods and he grew angry and promises to discipline them in a plan. To make Israel jealous you'll even lavish affection on other nations and that's good news for those of us who aren't of Jewish descent. Anytime Israel rejects. God He always uses it as part of his plan to integrate other nations into his family as well part of that plan involved sending Israel into disaster. But he's measured in all of that never wanting the enemy to get credit for their victory over Israel the only way to gain victory. Over God's people is if God allows it but God will have compassion on Israel in their weakness and defeat and he will bring about justice by the way the word Yeshua Rhone. That appears three times in the song is a reference to the Israelites. Outside of the song. It only appears one other time in scripture it means upright ones and it's used almost ironically in this song since it's a song about how they aren't upright. This is the song God wants the people to remember when there at the beginning of the story about to turn to idols. He wants to stop them before they fall away into apostasy and if they refuse to listen at that point then he wants them to remember it. When they're halfway through the story it tells he wants them to remember that he's still there loving them. Then after Moses things this song to them God tells him which mountain to go to dial. In from the top of that mountain he'll be able to see the promised land before he dies before he goes up today. He offers a final blessing to eleven of the twelve tribes. You may have noticed that the tribe of Simeon isn't mentioned. Here did Moses. Just forget them because he's super old. You know all the semi nights were probably standing around going on. Excuse me what about us? This probably wasn't forgetfulness. On those as part it was probably a prophetic move on his part delivering an indication of what God had in store. The semi nights would eventually be dispersed and the tribe of Judah would absorb them. This hasn't happened yet in our story. But Jacob also prophesied along these same lines in genesis forty nine seven after Moses blessed them he went up to the mountain. God directed him to solve the Promised Land and died old and strong. Then we see something kind of strange and beautiful scripture says God buried Moses not on Mount Nebo where he died but in the valley. We have no idea what that looked like. Maybe there was a theology and God took on the form of man to bury him or something else. I don't even have the brain power to think of regardless God buried him in a different spot in the spot where he died and no one knows where that spot is exactly. This probably served to prevent them from building a shrine on his grave that could have led to idolatry in the future. Israel mourned for him for thirty days. Then we in Deuteronomy with the encouraging reminder that Joshua their new leader is filled with the spirit of wisdom. God knows they need that then we moved onto psalm ninety one. It's very similar to what we just read in Deuteronomy. Thirty two and thirty three. Even though most of it wasn't originally written to be a song it seems that one of the Psalmist set Moses words to music so they could be sung and remembered. It's a sweet reminder for the Israelites. Who got is and what he is brought them through. I also know lots of people who prey this psalm. Allowed every before they go to bed especially people who suffer from Nightmares Night Terrors. And this chapter is also where my God shot came from. Today I spent about twenty minutes meditating on the implications of verse fourteen which says because he holds fast to meet in love. I will deliver him. I will protect him because he knows my name. The Hebrew words used here are so potent. The word used for holds fast in the phrase. He holds fast to me. Indicates a longing and desire and in the phrase he knows my name the word used for no is the same word used to say things like. Adam knew his wife. It indicates intimate knowledge and since name indicates character than to say he knows my name means God to be saying something like he is intimately acquainted with who I truly am. You know. That's what we're doing here right unless you're playing some kind of weird game where you're pouring yourself into studying scripture but completely disconnecting it from your heart and your life then. There's a good chance that you're actually falling more in love with God through this your heart is being nit to him in a way that is like longing and desire you probably find yourself wanting to read your Bible sometimes and maybe that feeling is taken by surprise. Maybe it's all together new and unfamiliar to you through this. He's teaching you to hold Bass to himself. He showing you who he is teaching you to know his name. I believe there's deliverance and protection for us in this deliverance from the world and from ourselves deliverance into greater freedom and joy. An end to him because he's wear the joy is we're starting a new book tomorrow. And we've got a short video overview linked for you in the show notes today. Check that out. If you have an extra eight minutes to spare. We think it will really set you up for success regardless. I'll see you back here tomorrow as we start the book of Joshua if you want to be encouraged throughout your day not just when you're reading the Bible and listening to this podcast follow us on social media each day we post things from that day's content we're at the Bible recap everywhere or you can find direct links in the show notes also as you can imagine we get lots of questions across various platforms and since we're unable to get to all of those were trying to consolidate and direct everyone to our Patriot discussion group. It's just three dollars per month. 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"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

06:48 min | 11 months ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Most continues. His farewell speech today and he covers a wide variety of laws in these three chapters. We don't have time to touch on them all so I'll just pull a few from the ones that might have been the most perplexing from our reading most of which pertain to relationships between men and women but before we get there I want to remind us about a few things just so we have the proper framework for what we're encountering here. God is not setting up a Utopian Society where everything is ideal. Got His meeting the people where they are giving them a framework for a functional society where people are treated with at least the bare minimum level of respect when God addresses something like multiple wives. It doesn't mean he's putting a seal of approval on it. It means he's acknowledging that it happens and he's giving them honorable ways to respond to an imperfect sinful situation will hit some challenging passages. Today it's important for us to remember not to overlay our cultural experience onto there's speaking of which let's get over the first tough segment marrying female captives for anyone in Western society. Today this idea is really cringe. Inducing we even balk at the idea of arranged marriage and this feels like it fringes on our idea of love and marriage even more one of the things. We have to remember about this society as that marriage rarely fit. Our modern ideas of love very rarely did a woman especially Mary for love. They often married as a means of being provided for. So the situation we've got here is that the Israelites would have conquered a city and killed all the men but taken the women and children alive. Some of these women would have been absorbed into the society but if a man found a woman he wanted to marry. It's quite likely she wouldn't have objected. And this Law God set out here honored the woman by giving her a thirty day period of time to mourn and grieve all she has lost before marrying the Israelite man. If for any reason things in the marriage went south God protects the woman by requiring the man to treat her with honor. Not like she's his property. Please don't Miss God's heart in this. Even though so much of this seems archaic we can still see God's plan to provide for the woman through the man and to protect her if the man fails to honor her well. We have a few more laws dealing with relationships between men and women some of which pertained to a woman's virginity there are a lot of ancient traditions some of which are also cringe-worthy about how a couple should approach their first night of marriage. Most study bibles and commentaries. We'll have more info on this if you're curious. One of the many detrimental aspects of sexual infidelity was that it could potentially threaten the tribes economy and land inheritance as God had distributed it so it was important for them to have laws to protect against this. Moses also sets out a few standards for determining whether a woman has been raped or not. I know the portion saying if it happened in the country and if it happened in the city have the potential to be confusing. But here's the premise. Behind it if the encounter happened in the country even if she screamed no one would be around to hear her so she was given the benefit of the doubt. If it happened in the city people would be around to hear her. Screams of objection. God's heart is for Justice here and he's setting up rules. That can help people make determinations about what really happened on a case by case basis. There's one other potentially confusing thing. I WANT TO COVER I. There was the section where Moses gives laws about not mixing different things together seeds in a field animals for ploughing and fabrics and garment. We don't really know the reasons behind these laws but the commentaries. I read suggested that it had something to do with reminding the Israelites of the importance of being set apart from other nations. Who Don't follow. Y'All way these laws may have served as little daily reminders of how they were to be separate. It's also worth noting. This passage mentioned not Yogi a donkey and an ox together but they also wouldn't mix two of the same animal with varying degrees of strength. A yoke is a piece of wood that goes across the animals next to hold them together while they pull a plow. And if you have one strong animal and one week animal. The strong one can move fast but the week when move slower and they end up going in circles. So if you've ever heard Paul's command from Second Corinthians six fourteen says do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. That's what he's talking about. Paul doesn't want us to end up going in circles following Christ while yoked to someone else who isn't it makes it nearly impossible to move forward. What was your God shot today? There were two sections about curses. That stood out to me in twenty one. Twenty three in the laws about a man who was punished by being hung on a tree. The law says his body shall not remain all night on the tree. Beat you shall bury him. The same day for a hanged. Man is cursed Paul Reference this law in Galatian three thirteen when he said Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us for it is written. Cursed is everyone who has hanged on a tree Christ took on the curse for us and again in today's reading and twenty three five Moses said the Lord your God turned the curse into a blessing for you because the Lord your God loved you. This was in reference to the locks efforts to get bail him to curse the Israelites in numbers. Twenty two to twenty four and today's reading reminded me of all that of how God reverses futures he takes the thing we deserve what we've truly fully earned which is the curse and absorbs it himself through his death on the cross so that we might receive the blessing just like the Israelites. Did the God who turns my curse to a blessing is the God. I want to worship forever. He's where the joy is. Okay Bible readers. It's time for our weekly check in. How are you doing? What HAVE YOU LEARNED. What has stuck with you? If you are anywhere in this process you are not behind. So don't beat yourself up. You're reading the Bible more than you would on your own and your here today. Reflect on the attributes of God's character that you've seen what we've read so far lean into those things ask him to carve out time for himself in your schedule ask him to grant you a desire to know him more. Ask Him to give you wisdom as you read. Ask Him to help you delight in him more. He can change your heart. The Bible recap is brought to you by e-group discipleship and Bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

06:45 min | 11 months ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Today. We continue with Moses and his grand finale before the Israelites crossed the Jordan River and take the promised land to live in it. Moses has been giving laws for how things will shift once. They're no longer camping in the desert. Today he starts out with some laws about worship. He reminds them that they're entering into foreign territory. Where Pagan Gods are revered? If anyone does worship those other gods there will be a trial involving at least two witnesses before the death penalty is given and the witnesses are the ones who have to carry out that justice. So if they're lying then they'd be guilty of murder and because these situations can be complex and challenging sometimes God sets up. A court of appeals made up of judges and priest to handle the more difficult matters. Moses predicts that there will be a day after they settle in the land when the look around and be like. Hey All these other nations have kings. We should get one of those. When the time comes God will choose an Israelite for them to set up as a king over them but it's important for their kings not to be drawn to wealth power or women. If you know much about any Israelite kings you already know. This isn't going to end well. The prohibition against these things was supposed to keep them humble and trusting in God for their provision and protection instead of and what they could acquire for themselves. Wealth can lead a person's heart astray. Horses represent power which is usually about military prowess and acquiring foreign wives was often away of making political alliances with other nations who were all pagan which also meant that. The women might lead their hearts stray. It's vital for the king to stay. Humble Moses even said the king should have his own book with God's laws written in it so he can read it daily for the rest of his life his heart is at stake and power has a way of corrupting people leading them off the path of righteousness. But reading God's Word With Keep Him Upright and humble God also promises to raise a new prophet from among them someone like Moses who hears from God and speaks his words to them so you can imagine it would be such a slap in the face for them to seek out answers from mediums or fortune tellers. Because not only are those people wicked but the Israelites themselves. Already have access to God and his council and as far as the prophet is concerned. God will not only hold the prophet accountable for what he says but he'll also hold the people accountable to listening to him and God gave the promise that any true prophet would have all his prophecies. Come to pass. If even failed he was not a prophet appointed by God in Chapter. Twenty God sets up some details for their military service. This is a unique scenario. This particular nation state has God as their commander in chief. He starts out by reminding them who he is and what he has done and that they shouldn't fear large armies because he has already defeated larger armies on their behalf. God is always the bigger Army God is always the majority in fact. He doesn't mind if their army is smaller. He tells the commanding officers to spread the news. Are you a young soldier with a new wife or a new house or a new garden? Go home and enjoy it. You don't have to war with us. We'll be fine without you. Are you afraid you're free to go? We've already seen that beers communicable so we only want people here who trust in God and his promises then. He prepares them for how to go about approaching cities outside the promised. Land approach them with peace if they return peace take the city peaceably. If the city doesn't comply kill all the men of the land and take everyone else and everything else as plunder in two thousand fourteen even says you shall enjoy the spoils of your enemies which the Lord your God has given you. These rules for warfare outside the promised land are different than for those inside it for any cities inside it. Remember that God is accomplishing at least three things. Through this process of giving that land to the Israelites burst. He's fulfilling his promise to Israel. Second is aiming to wipe out the signs of idolatry so that they don't tempt the Israelites and third. He's using Israel as a means of enacting justice on the wicked nations that currently occupy the land as part of all that he tells Israel to completely wipe out all the people they'll be overtaking the promised land on the surface. I know it's hard to see this as a good and just command from God but hang in there as we keep reading. Because I believe you'll begin to see the wisdom in his words. What was your God shot? Today there was a phrase that showed up three times today in caught my eye. We've seen it before in Deuteronomy. We'll see it again today. It was in seventeen seven seventeen. Twelve and Nineteen Nineteen Moses said purge the evil one from your midst in these instances. It seems almost certain that this indicates capital punishment. They're instructed to kill the offender. I think the reason this phrase jumped out at me is because I recognize it from I. Corinthians five thirteen where Paul is giving instructions on how to handle unrepentant centers in the church people who are walking in blatant rebellion. He tells the Church to purge the evil person from among you. However in Paul's letter. This wasn't a call for capital punishment. It was a command to disassociate with the person in hopes that the consequences might awaken them to the reality of their sin. And they'll repent when I look at the long arc of God's story line I see how much he leans into grace toward his kids. Because Christ has received our punishment he gives so many second chances so much time to repent and despite the fact that we all deserve to be purged in the original sense. He's patient with centers. That's a very general statement so let me make it more personal. He's patient with me when I rebel against him. He's patient with you when you question his heart. He's patient with all of us when we think would make a better God than him and even when we don't believe it or a member it he's wear the joy is if you're tired of Fluffy Bible studies places where people interact at a surface level or worse yet are nothing more than a social gossip circle then D group is for you. Check out the show notes to watch a short promo video. It's only about one minute long. You can find or start a dealer near you by visiting. 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"deuteronomy" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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01:49 min | 11 months ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"As you look at how bad. They are as far as what certified. How does that begin people who did? What are your sacrificing. Your child. You're letting your child in Berbie in honor or service in worship to some taken. God that's about as bad that's about as depraved. Get so that is very peril verse. Twelve let's see. What else is on growing? Worry I think about this God is saying you do not want to be involved with these things number one because telling you to do that. Chapter easy numbers ten but he said also bear in mind that the EITS and they're not specifically mentioned there but that's who is talking about the ice are going to be cast out of the land now mentioned that here. You are established your home. Perhaps you've been there for several. Excuse me generations you've built a house. You'VE CULTIVATED FIELDS. You've made that your home and dot comes along and says I'm going to clear you out of the land. I'm going to wipe you out if not just removing you. I'm going to annihilate you. We have to stand up and say well. Why one of the reasons is God. Said you are trying to discern the future. That's pretty severe. But that's what you find. Excuse me in Deuteronomy Chapter Eighteen versus ten and twelve with. Somebody grabbed me a couple of water. Gary would you mind scrunch up a cup Let's see what we've got in. I am a chapter fifteen twenty three maybe somebody with new. Americans.

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Faith and Parenting in 2020: Intimacy and Marriage

Legacy-Dads Podcast

10:03 min | 1 year ago

Faith and Parenting in 2020: Intimacy and Marriage

"Wants US train up our children in his way of life you know impress on them. Your children talk to them as you sit at home when you walk along the road when you lie down when you get up we read this in Deuteronomy read this throughout Biblical truth one. One of the most important areas to talk to our kids about lance is sex. Sex is a way of expressing love between husband and wife. This is made plain in Paul's pissing Fijian's as we read and five husbands love. Your Wives Justice Christ also loved the Church and gave himself for her that he should that she should should be holy and without blemish so husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. For this reason it man shall leave his father and mother and joined to his wife and the two shall become one flesh and in the Timothy. We read young leader of the Church. As Paul's talking to Timothy he says to Timothy Flea we also youthful lust instead pursue righteousness. Faith love peace with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart we find and that in the second Timothy and escaping thing that we read about you know we've been talking about born in the last couple of podcast half of the. US adults lands fifty percent agree. Strongly that quote choosing not only the have sex outside of marriage is healthy unquote but generational differences are significant. Embargoes out in say a six. Ten elders older generation fifty nine percent of them agree strongly with his statement. Compared to fifty three percent of baby boomers forty nine nine percent of Gen xers and forty. Three percent millennials that it doesn't necessarily have to be between you know a husband and the wife. And so. Who is we get into this you know lance hot? What say you on? Why is it? So important to differentiate with our kids the idea of sex intimacy in a godly basis versus. What cultures telling us you know? I think it's this one of those topics where we don't would. We don't always want to talk about it but honestly our children are going to learn They'RE GONNA learn from us. What sex what marriage? What intimacy looks like and and I think honestly our marriage starts as one of the biggest examples of that not not to toot my own horn or anything but you know my my wife life and I constantly get comments about us? You know from friends and things like that that we have this sense of love and intimacy that you don't see in a lot of marriages is and even our kids realize that That there is this sense of of love and intimacy between Me and my wife I'm I'm glad that we were able to model that To our children and I think as as parents really important part because Believe me if we don't come in and we don't teach model to our kids The the biblical purpose enroll of sex the cultures gonNA come in and tell them it's something else Known Donte you're talking about right now and we saw some of the statistics from last week's podcast and some of the stuff barnes doing but many in our culture right now they see sex. It's a fundamental human rights. And it's just a bodily function society's kind of devalued what it's what what is meant to be shared between one man and one woman and God's Holy Marriage Covenant Covenant and our our culture kind of teaches now that that sex is not a big deal as long as it's two consenting adults involved. We saw the research on that last week. Where people agreed to that that is as long as two consenting adults WANNA have sex whether they're married not married in a marriage not married whatever? Go ahead and do it And the The other Stark factor Dante in. We were talking about this. In Barnard's researchers actually comes from the book. Good faith and this really stood out to me that The the way that we've devalued sex is a culture and the easy access everyone has to pornography right now. It cheapens sex and takes away from the deep intimacy. God intended to to be shared between a husband and wife and what they talked about in the book and in some of the Barna Research. Is that the issue that this has and I know you know. I've seen a lot of younger. People can probably relate to this. They just don't realize cicadas but this casual approach to sex's creating negative relationship hurting side effects And instead of Intimacy and emotional depth depth. Sex Any way you want. It is leading leading to more anxiety more depression more loneliness and more insecurity and for some we see the sexes. No longer even worth the trouble. You've got people now who I can. Just I don't have to go after sex. I can stay home and use pornography or you know. There's this thing in its. I hate to get into this Dante. What is GonNa if you haven't heard of this coming up? There's a sink called hookups. Where young people say? I don't want I want my sexual needs met. I want I want. I want to be sexually gratified but I don't necessarily want the emotional baggage the The amount of time and effort to put into a a healthy relationship. So I'd rather just jump into bed with somebody for a one night. Stand get my sexual needs met and then I can move on with my life And this this you know when you couple couple this with the prevalence in the access to pornography on demand this is really. It's it's having a cost on relationships it's having a cost on intimacy and ultimately want someday in when we get married it's GonNa have a cost As as what we bring into the marriage One one of the start. You know things. I think that They pointed out in the barn. Research was an I don't I I can't verify this so you can call me on this but playboy magazine in the you know Hugh Hefner the guy that kind of started the whole pornography or naked women in magazines business stopped. They actually don't Publish that in their magazine anymore. Because they said There's such a high prevalence. Everybody has access to porn that they've stopped even publishing publishing that type of stuff. And all this you know not going on rabbit hole here. But all of this is because these cultural The cultural beliefs the way our culture is going. It's ultimately it has consequences in these consequences is being seen within the intimacy in once. Finally people are getting married. They're getting into what we would call a A godly marriage. They're bringing some of this baggage and some of this emotional damage from years of Of of not not being biblical might be moral into marriage and it's causing issues in the marriage. And that was one of the scariest things to me Dante. As we talk about giving into self I give into my sexual gratifications gratifications I given to. What's desirable pleasurable right now? There's going to be long term consequences for that. Does that make sense you. Yeah my wife and I do marriage mentoring at our church. We do marriage mentoring in relationships that we pour into and I you know honestly I can tell you. Personal experience is buying into into the lie of sex before marriage doing it my way versus God's way there there is a lot of psychological and also physical damage image. That are a result of that enemy from you know people that just did not want to wait for marriage to God help us. You know of of kids getting abused or or an incident that somebody had the rights taken away or they were molested or they were attacked. You know in college or something like that and these are things that you know we sit there and we cheapen cheapen wait and we wonder like you even suggest pornography like I don't even need to go into the statistics I mean you can go out there and you can look at the most you know. a cultural statistics and or or Biblical statistics. But you know whether you're looking at mainstream or whether you're looking at you know religious background the all of the studies affirm absolutely that you know pornography is a into intimacy destroyer and and so there's a I think even a mainstream movie that Scarlett Johansson is in an effort the gentleman but just the the facts of how bad pornography destroys intimacy and. That's you know we're sitting there saying we'll okay but where do you. Where do you stop in like for you? The Listener. Listen if you're sitting there saying well you know I'm in a loveless or a lack of physical relationship right now with marriage so pornography is my justification. You can't justify that as a Christian and the let alone if you're sitting there telling me that I don't have intimacy anymore my relationship but then you're sitting there telling Lanson that you're justifying pornography pornography. The reason you don't have intimacy in your relationship is because that graffiti has stolen intimacy from your relationship and to have these AH honest questions okay. So what we permit we promote what we promote we permit and trying to have the influence of the spirit of those around us now all of a sudden therefore sitting there saying that's okay to our kids got help us that we're doing that to our daughters. Were doing that to our sons. You know I can tell you one friend whose mom was. It was very liberal about these is still having relationship issues. And he's in his fifties right now of trust of intimacy and all that and it's just because of these things that we don't look about long term consequences to living our way versus God's way and so you know like you said Lance I got way off into a rabbit hole but pulling it back you know. There's a way that God wants to live to pursue intimacy to pursue sexual relations and that's in a covenant marriage between one man one woman and that's not only biblical but that is so true and so many ways

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Sharper than any Two-Edged Sword (Hebrews 4:12)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Sharper than any Two-Edged Sword (Hebrews 4:12)

"Chapter Four Verse Twelve for the word of of God is living and active sharper than any two edged sword piercing to the division of soul and spirit of joints end of Mero and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Powerful picture of God's word and its power in our lives on on a daily not just daily on an ongoing basis. God's word his spoken word is living and active like when we open up the Bible Reading Hebrews Chapter Four Verse Twelve Right now. This is not a dead word. These are not just words written on a page a couple thousand years ago that we pull out and try to manufacture like how might they apply to our life today. No this is living were God is speaking to us even right now through. This word ended. His active is active. It is a working even right now when we you read it when you and I read it on a daily basis when we come together in our churches to read it it is active. God is acting through his word word among us and it is sharper than any two edged sword so picture the sharpest two edged sword. I have a friend of mine who Just got back from overseas a place among these people where he had worked and he brought me a sword to give to my kids and he dulled the edges of that sword because because this thing was sharp and I just think about that picture when we when we picture God's word like when when you touch it it affects thanks you. That's what a two edged sword a sharp two edged sword does when it touches you. It affects you and so that's picture here the words sharper than any two short. It affects you. It's living an activist sharp. What does it do it. Pierces the division of soul and spirit joints and marrow. Zero discerns the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Like it goes below the surface. It does supernatural work inside inside of us. Oh don't miss the power of God's word in this text and Domus the power of God's word in your life life like are you daily reading his word I think. Hopefully this podcast is helpful toward that. But this is only the beginning like our are your daily soaking. Were reading it. Studying it memorizing it. Meditating on it letting it do living active sharp penetrating work inside your heart. Oh think of God's grace to us in this I just think about Deuteronomy. For what nation is there that has a god so near to it as the Lord our God is to us as we call on him and what. Great eight-nation is there who has words and commends so good in so righteous that have been given to us like the answer is. There's no one there's nothing like God's Word and God's speaking to us through it God our Creator who loves the so much that he has not left optus alone to figure out life on our own like he has given us his word to lead US and guide us into direct us and not only is. He giving us his word to do that work. As as if it's like outside of us he has given us this word to penetrate the depths of who we are and transformed from the inside out. Oh God we praise you for your word and we praise you for your word and re pray the UN l.. Bus To experience it's full effects. God please keep us from ever perceiving your word as just ancient texts written on page two thousand years ago that we're trying China make Algebra to our lives. That is not what your word is. Your word is living and active today like right now. Your word is speaking to us. Even as we're praying we're praying according to your word. It's working in our hearts. So may it be so all day long. Maybe so every day help us to just like you say in your word meditate on day and night day and night help to be a part of our conversations deuteronomy for Deuteronomy six like everywhere where we go help us to be speaking word reflecting on your word talking about your word with others in Christ and sharing your word with those who are not in Christ God repay for people around us today. Who Don't know you're living active word ready to help us to speak at Elvis to share the Gospel revealed in your word. And we pray that you would show show the power of your word to penetrate hearts and change lives. Please use US to lead people to Christ today. Gary pray for that right around is that far are from Scotteri. Pray for the Turkmen. People in Afghanistan two million of them no known followers of Christ most of them. If not all never even heard your word. Your word is not gun to them. God please goes your word word to go to them and show you where to be living. An active among the dirk amended Afghanistan. Replay got cost laborers to go out for among August. Even those who are listening to this right now lord show. Who who among us are you gonNa go to the turkmen-afghan-pakistan to take your word to them? Oh God we pray for the fruit of your living active word in our lives for the fruit of your living active ord in our churches when we gather together on Sunday for worship to hear. Your word may approve living an active powerful among us gut replay for the bread. Read of your word right around us today helps to share it with others and GonNa Repeat for the spread of your word to the ends of the Earth to the Turkmen-afghan-pakistan believes Oh God. God's word to go to them. We praise you for your

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

"From Deuteronomy chapter thirty three the numerical value assigned to the Hebrew letters of the word Torah is six hundred and eleven the that. That's a fact so there are cousin. Hebrew in. Hebrew, letters numbers are letters letters letters are numbers letters are also a number system. Yeah. So stopped us written with register every time you're looking at words, you could also in Hebrew who are looking at numbers sometimes. And sometimes it's important yet, the biblical others. The very keen on this in the often were very creative. We've talked about. One of these the section the section of proverbs in the center of the book chapters ten to twenty two there's three hundred seventy five proverbs in that section and that section begins with a little heading that says the proverbs of Schlomo Solomon Shlomo is the number three hundred seventy five this. Awesome convenient. Yeah. They do stuff like this. Yeah. So the word Torah for letters in Hebrew. And it's the number six hundred eleven which is the number of commands in the Tora, minus two. So rabbi Noonan goes on. He says, but that six hundred eleven doesn't account for the two these two other ones, and what are the two the first one is. I m that's a law. One of the six thirteen so the divine name counting us a law. Interesting. The second one is you shall have no other gods since the mouth almighty, here's how the count got to six hundred thirteen. There are actually six hundred and eleven thou shalt thou shalt not the two additional ones. One is from the first commandment, which is actually not a commandment the opening of the ten commandments isn't a command. It's a statement. God says I am Jawa got the assumption being that the command to believe that. I that y'all exists and words, they're assuming that statement is a command is a command believe that. I am. So that makes it into six thirteen and then the other one this is interesting. I'm just now realizing this you shall have no other gods. Oh, yes. Okay. You show have no other gods is the one that follows. As but that is a shell. That's interesting. Sorry this conflict in my notes that I'm just realizing in this moment, there are other rabbis who say that the Shimaa is the other the second implicit command. Namely, the y'all way is one to believe that you always one. That's how that's how you got rid of two that tell..

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The living, God Deuteronomy, four twelve and. Thirteen You, know that Kief commanded. Moses that's right Why In the Lord speaking to you out of the midst of the. Fire he heard the voice of the, words but saw no similitude only heard a voice and he declared onto you his, covenant which he commanded you to perform even ten commandments and he wrote down upon two tables of. Stones, okay. Yes so the first time Moses came down from, mount the children of Israel were in deep apostasy and Moses slung down those tables and broke showing that they had broken the. Covenant and so he had to go back up to the mount bearing to new, tables and God wrote them, again The ten commandments spiritual lessons can, we get out of that Can you think of any any If any I would represent the old covenant experience when they tried to keep the commandments on the in in their, own strength. But failed and they say they say two most, all the We're gonna do it those own strength and God I read in chapter four and chapter five of Deuteronomy verse, twenty nine. He says oh that they had a heart attack Oh that there was such an, heart in them that they would fear me and. Keep my commandments and so the second time would represent, the the new. Covenant experience, when, the Holy Spirit read Scots law That was beautiful Teaching that, Jesus, cookout. One right right so all Jesus wanted the law to be in your heart that you wanna do it because. You love them that's one Jesus is in our heart desperate and he's kept all the commandments Say that was going to take people who thrust. Grace yes to teach to break up his holy love that's right that's right The second time you put in your heart that's right? And, if we're helping may amazing live ask you. This do. You think Driving street This is a stop light is no becomes automatic You don't have to. Pick up your your booklet What does that mean What, the state of that It does People, are? Listening, right no that laws already in my mind out muddy s right because you want to be, Biden's seat? Assess right we should be. Finding citizen Another, example is where, in public buildings now you'll see signs no smoking but for one who has. Keeping God's law, which? Includes, the sixth commandment thou shall not kill we don't smoke and so we don't need that law, there because? It's already in our hearts Okay Let's move. On Theses number seventeen Seventeen. He engraved it. God in grave the Sabbath commandment in the enduring stone indicating. Its imperishable. Nature very me five twenty Jurassic really go on Put in this right he wanted to. Know that. He's, gonna is gonna last forever Look you. Have stones brethren that are here from who knows when I mean long longtime ago that's how they find a. Lot of things with artifacts and. People writing things because the stones just just decant they don't meet not destroy these they last a, long? Time and no one can mess with it and change it It. Would be very noticeable that's right. It's very wrote it in a way that no one can change that's amazing now That's right that's right you. Can nail. That On. A heavy. Lift it up there Much less when he has. Been reading. In into stone overhaul hard that's right how, can they be there Readily the fleshy tables New Hymie why would you want the commandments to? To do that anyway Louis says thou shall have. No other gods before me why you? Want to get rid of that why would you want? To get rid why would you want to get rid? Of taking being why would you want to get. Rid of the commandment the fourth? Commandment, identifies God is as the creator why would you wanna do that. No but there is someone who would like to do that And that Satan? So friends are you saying that when people say. The law is done away with? Especially, the fourth commandment they're actually following the leadings of Satan Never tried to say yes throw century But they, do it.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

GSMC Bible Study Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

"Deuteronomy says, a choice that we can make to obey or not to obey to obey means blessing and life not to obey, means death and Deuteronomy chapter thirty, verse twenty nine says, I call heaven and earth to witness against you today that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses, choose life so that you and your descendants may live. Now, from my own perspective, this idea of choosing to obey the law is difficult because I have been taught, and I believe that we are sinners who are completely dependent on God's grace. We can try to obey the law and here we're talking about God's law, not secular laws because we definitely have the power to choose or to choose to obey or disobey secular laws. But what we're talking about today are God's laws, and we are sinful humans who don't often succeed in choosing to obey God's laws because we do have that sinful nature within ourselves, and we don't often succeed, which means that we will always fail when we choose the law and attempt to do it ourselves. So for more explanation on that Schiffer, excuse me. Schiffer decker rights are passage for today doesn't seem to agree. Surely this commandment that I am commanding you today is not too hard for you, nor is it too far away. It is not in heaven that you should say, who will go up to heaven for us and get it for us so that we may hear an observant, neither it is beyond the sea that you should say, who will cross the other side of the sea for us and get it for us so that we may hear it an observant? No, the word is very near to you. It is in your mouth and in your heart for you to observe. And again, that's Deuteronomy thirty, eleven through fourteen which we just read this passage. Schiffer decker says, echoes the chamois that's the prayer that observant Jews pray twice daily, which begins with this well known passage from Deuteronomy six hero Israel, the Lord is our God. The Lord is one. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart with all your soul with all. Your might keep these words that I am commanding you today in your heart, recite them to your children and talk about them when you at home, and when you are away when you lie down and when you rise. The word, the commandments of God are to be in the Israelites hearts and on their lips according to the Shimaa they are to memorize them, recite them, talk about them daily. So later in Deuteronomy, when Moses assures the Israelites that the word is very near to you, it is in your mouth and in your heart for you to observe it would seem to be a direct result of obeying the previous command. But the thing is she continues that the Israelites do not did not obey that command. This latter part of Deuteronomy knows of the exile and understands it as a punishment for disobedience. It is because they abandoned the covenant of the Lord, they turned and served other gods. The Lord routed them from their land in anger fury, and great wrath and cast them into another land. That's from Deuteronomy chapter twenty nine. She asked. So if the Israelites can't obey the commandments of God at the beginning of Deuteronomy, when God calls them to love him, what makes them think they can do? So at the end of the book when they've been exiled, when they've been when they felt abandoned. And the answer there, she says, because God promises that they will, the Lord your God will circumcise your heart and the heart of your descendants, so that you will love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul. In order that you may live Deuteronomy thirty first six and this idea of God's circumcising, our hearts might sound a little bit strange. I mean, we don't often think of circumcision and hearts, but of course it's not literal. It's more of a metaphor, and it means that if the Israelites cannot love God with all their heart and their soul than God will make it possible for them to do so God will circumcise their hearts in that God will remove their disobedience and there calloused disregard for God's covenant so that they might indeed love God and thereby live. So it's God's work, not ours that enables us to obey the law and this isn't an isolated reference Schiffer decker makes reference to other places in the Old Testament with similar idea. Ios. For instance, Ezekiel speaks of God giving Israel Newhart..

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In majesty through our lord jesus christ your son who lives in rains with you in the unity of the holy spirit one god forever and ever and a reading from the book of deuteronomy melissa's said to the people ask now the days of old for your time ever since god created man upon the earth asked from one end of the sky to the other did anything so great ever happened before was it ever heard of did a people ever hear the voice of god speaking from the midst of fire as you did and live or did any god venture to go and take a nation for himself from the midst of another nation by testings by signs and wonders by war with strong hand outstretched arm and by great tears all of which the lord your god did for you in egypt before your very eyes this is what why you must now no and fix in your heart that the lord is god in the heavens above and on the earth below and that there is no other you must keep his statutes and commandments that i join on you today that you and your children after you may prosper and that you may have a long life on the land which the lord your god is giving you forever the word of the lord thanks to god sure two news tony's trustworthy justice signs of the kindness of the lord.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

"All right well i knew you be encouraged by that and again very thankful for laura taking the time to inspire us right here at life money hope for folks we have trade over this show our hope is that as we seek to honor god in every area of our lives all areas even our ambition folks it's a matter stewardship really as managing god's blessings of god's way for god's gory managing our ambitions god's way and for god's gory our goal is not to rack up achievements are accolades just four achievement and accolade sake the ultimate goal is to bring glory to our savior christ jesus will folks before we and let me remind you to make sure that you're subscribe to this show and i want you to miss anything and while you're added hey help us grow this community by sharing it with a friend or possibly a family member or both be cool i also on a kind of end the show with some closing verses for us just some good reminders for us to take into this week ahead efforts corinthians ten thirty one says this weather then you eat or drink or what ever you do do all to the glory of god and i love of deuteronomy 6'5 says you shall love the larger god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might isn't that exactly what our desirous god give us the disarmament to navigate this russell give us the direction that we need got our desires present our bodies a living in holy sacrifice acceptable to you which is our spiritual service of worship god we want to worship you with everything we got and that includes our ambitions and our time now we love you it's in your name we pray amen.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"So the poipet's understood their sacrificing animals did not solve the problem the prophet in deuteronomy 32 verse 43 deuteronomy 32 worst 43 deuteronomy thirty two verse fortythree i want you look at what the prophet said here he was saying he says rejoice so gentiles with your people for he'll avenge the blood of the service and render vigilance to his adversaries he what provide atonement for his lamy's people the profit was making a statement that listed god is gonna make a atomic god is going to take care of our sin god is going to provide atonement for he's going to take care of it they understood that the sacrificial system was not an end to itself it was just a type in shadow of what was to come and so what are you say in past rams say in this you can never understand the value and the significance of the blood of jesus lsu understand there's a problem and the problem is where sinful and we are sinful by nature we can't help ourself we have been separated from god but god had a solution and the solution was he was going to develop a sacrificial system and use innocent blood to cover the guilty party but that did that was not perfect it was a type and shadow of things to calm it was in perfect but god was trying to extablished type in shadow of what he was going to do in his son jesus christ and ladies and gentleman god said what i'm going to do is i'm going to sing.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You jump in we'll talk about your life and your money this is where this in columbus ohio high canvas how are you i'm hoping for taking my call sure what's up i don't know their bear the right or wrong hit its but i'm hoping to get your thoughts i am a false for mom throw i receive a reimbursement from the county for the care of the children and not hack the ball i don't firelit as income but i'm wondering what your thoughts are on finding on that payment i received from the county for the children well there there's the only guidelines we've got biblically are the tide in deuteronomy is defined as a tenth of your income a tenth on your net increase meaning you would not tie the on a business gross revenues you would tie than the net profit man of course it's referring in that case it was an agrarian economy right and so you know if you uh if you had three sheep you know get eaten by wolves but you had thirteen that were born your net increase will be tent in that year right and right that kind of a thing is is what they that's referring to in that kind of a situation um and so uh there's a couple of rules i use in calculating my tide hi tied on my taxable and because if i leave it in the business the profit in the business it may still get spent and so it may not be profit it may not you know your as we made by computers where the next year and so i'm trying to tied on my profits and so high tide when i take it home in other words and then at that point it becomes taxable yours is not taxable caring for children.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The shapiro's squirrels that was different from deuteronomy i mean particularly worthy take amendment got her concern well great question i mean shapiro's copy of due to rain with wildly different than the traditional book first of all the most noticeable difference was that it was extremely short of the book of deuteronomy is i believe thirty four chapters long something on the order of near twelve to fourteen chapters had simply been excised from shapiro's manuscript interestingly the chapters it had been removed were the ones that were this sort of the legal content of the book of deuteronomy know deuteronomy is essentially a recap of the first four books of the torah it tells the story of the children of israel there exodous and it repeats all the laws they will be expected to obey once they cross over into the land of cain and into the holy land well all those laws were removed from shapiro's manuscript and for some observers that raised an important question which is to say shapiro was a jew who had converted to christianity now christians often say that judaism is a religion of law was and christianity is a religion of love well if you've if the most original copy of deuteronomy has removed all the laws does that not imply that perhaps the most original version comport s more accurately with the christian view of theology that wasn't eric amendment in there about love the dozen of pierre the mosaic 10 commandments that were on sign up right love your brother as yourself i believe those was imported from the book of the vitit gets if i'm not wrong so the 10 commandments as you are implying here in shapiro's manuscript were different than the traditional 10 commandments now the ten commandments of course of the foundation of jewish law of you jewish the jewish legal system and so if those are different than the traditional 10 commandments well in the question arises well you know what else could possibly you know what else could be different if though the different than everything else is in fair play up for grabs up for grabs whose robert who asked so can you please explain the relationship between a christian bible in jewish doctrinal taxes deuteronomy the.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Twenty eleven numbers eleven uh wishes that god spirit would inhabit and transform the hearts of all of god's people the most is this hope was in spirit transforming israel so they could actually fulfil the shimon the the holy spirit is a significant player in the tora roddy on other um questions let's see uh garin forsyth you had a question uh when moses gets into the laws right here there's a number of laws slavery in uh the section of deuteronomy um so garin forsyth you're asking how would you address someone's questions about slavery in the tora what won't of the question be wiser slavery why does here's a coma question get why did god allow slavery in israel in israel if israel is supposed to be some form of a renewed humanity or light to the nation's yeah why would god uh allow israel to keep perpetuating this institution of slavery like the other nations around them that's a great that's a good question can't really good question um so there is a first thing deuteronomy chapter fifteen is the center of almost all the laws about slavery in israel um it's really significant to note one win um i know not everybody on the live stream is an american but uh but for uh brits for people who live in the uk for people in america for whom the atlantic slave trade is a huge part of a you know a a blot on our history so our western minds are trained to think of certain things even when we hear that word that we cannot import into the bible slavery they didn't they didn't.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

"That that he made the abram to bless all the nations and so we're deuteronomy sets you at the end of the torah is god is going to bless all of the nation's through this family somehow but this family's going to fail miserably to the only way forward for god as most says to do some act of grace to transform the hearts of his people so that they can obey him and and so on so the book of deuteronomy even though it's full of law culminates in a promise of god's grace for people who break the law yeah um the word love appears in deuteronomy more than any book in the old testament yeah that's crazy not about what is go not the whole bible i'm john is second only to john got um but the gospel of john takes the cake there are about love yes so it's really is an amazing deuteronomy is an incredible book where he's trying to shape the identity of this new generation yup so vega deuteronomy euros a van we've done to videos the words 'and deuteronomy yet there you go i think that's kind of our overview cool so so let's jump in um to the questions are good we go now great um on well let's start with uh the shimaa the shimon part of the centerpiece of moses this beach uh in chapter six it's it's kind of a condensed form if you want to memorize any lines doron name or get with the heartbeat of the book is about is what israel is called to do it's the chamaa yeah suspense question is that what you can do um side there's to read it uh got great let's do ben gordon brown's question yet so bad brown asks what does the shinbom mean by love god with quote all your heart soul and strength what does it look like till of god in these three ways yes so yeah because it's because the un say love lord regard with all your heart lawyer seoul strengthen so.

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"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"deuteronomy" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Hi this is john at the bible project in this week's episode of the podcast we're going to release another live question response we on youtube last summer this time put talking about the book of deuteronomy deuteronomy is a great book it's a speech by moses is his last words to ancient israel as they prepare to enter the promised land we have a lotta great questions including a discussion on the chamaa a prayer found in deuteronomy we address the question why did god allow inch israel tap slaves in what's the deal with bible talking about giants that lived in the land where they're actually giants back then thanks for joining us here we go heavy medi hello welcome to this week's bible project live cunard tuesday tuesday and we are going to be talking about deuteronomy yeah we want to field questions on the book of oh well right in the greek tradition deuteronomy mano studio room i cannot not us do renominated or namath yes sutera which in the read scripture version and we talk about we highlighted 'cause it's kind of helpful it due to roll is second and then nami honor namas law so it's moses gone through the law second law yep second time second time meetings a la uh in hebrew tradition which is older than the greek names uh it's called deverinne the words the words the words hossam it's the first line of the deal like the the hebrew uh names of these books are way better in the wilderness for numbers yet that's a way better is totally veteran and the words as irate name yet.

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