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Slide 1: Remember Your Covenant History, Dt 1:1-4:43. Remember your past. God chose you as His son because He loved you and wanted to keep His covenant made with your father Abraham. You are a people of His own possession. He called you even though you refused to hear his voice and gave you the Promised Land as an everlasting possession. God provided for you over the past forty years. Now be people of the book and come to God with your sacrifices. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 1 Slide 2: Remember Your Covenant History, Dt 4:1-43. Anticipate your future. A full enjoyment of life depends on obeying God. Obey His commandments and enjoy full kingdom blessings. But disobey His commandments and you will be scattered among the nations, being left few in number. Even so in the latter days you will seek God and listen to His voice. Jehovah is God in heaven above and on earth below. There is no other! Therefore be a people of the book. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 2 Slide 3: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 4:44-6:25. Jehovah is the one true God. Remember that God gave you His commandments amidst awesome signs to distinguish you from all other nations and to make you pleasing to a holy God. Teach your children to love God with a contrite heart and a responsive soul. And having done all, set before them at all times God's words. Remember, be a people of the book. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 3 Slide 4: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 7:1-12:32. Jehovah is the one true God. He chose you because He loved you and is a faithful covenant keeping God. Worshipping God at His central sanctuary serves to reinforce that life is theocentric. Man does not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God. Teach your sons to fear the Lord your God, love Him and serve Him will all their heart and soul. His word will defeat your enemies and drive them out as you enter the Land. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 4 Slide 5: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 13:1-18. Jehovah is the one true God. Fear and worship Him alone. God will not share his glory with any other. False prophets and idolaters fall condemned before God and are to be stoned to death. All that is put under the ban shall be utterly destroyed that God may turn from His burning anger and show mercy to you. God places a premium on undivided loyalty. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 5 Slide 6: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 14:1-16:17. Jehovah is the one true God. You are the sons of Jehovah your God. You are a holy people whom God has chosen as His own possession. Eat your bread in holiness, pay Him your tithes at the central sanctuary and observe His Sabbatical year. Celebrate the Passover and Unleavened Bread, keep the Feast of Weeks and the Feast of Tabernacles. People of the book will set a place for God’s resurrected Passover Lamb! Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 6 Slide 7: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 16:18-18:22. Justice is to prevail in the Promised Land. Remember that it is God who has given you your leaders. Judges and rulers are to administer justice, including capital punishment, but only by the testimony of two or three witnesses. Kings, Levites and prophets are to be careful to be people of the book. God will raise up a prophet like unto Moses to turn you from your wicked ways. To Him all men will give account. Those who come to God will believe that Prophet, Jesus Christ! Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 7 Slide 8: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 19:1-21:9. Justice is to prevail in the Promised Land. God has provided you with six cities of refuge lest the Land become defiled with violence and the shedding of innocent blood. The Levites are to insure that homicide, criminal cases including capital punishment, warfare and unresolved murders are determined according to God's word. The Canaanites were to be totally destroyed lest God’s people learn their ways and do their detestable things. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 8 Slide 9: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 21:10-22:30. Justice is to prevail in the Promised Land. The foundation of society is marriage grounded in the book. Domestic life must not be taken for granted. Caution should be exercised before a man takes a bride. Rights of inheritance are to be observed and rebellion in the home is not to be tolerated. Individual property rights are to acknowledged that God is the ultimate owner of the earth. As His stewards we wisely manage His property. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 9 Slide 10: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 23:1-26:19. Justice is to prevail in the Promised Land. God has given you a land flowing with milk and honey. His book is the standard by which all justice is weighted. God requires His holy people to manifest godly character in public life. Regulation of health, welfare and commerce taught God’s people to treasure His statutes, commandments and precepts. By God’s standard, character counts. Be people of the book. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 10 Slide 11: Remember Your Covenant with God, Dt 27:1-28:68. Justice is to prevail in the Promised Land. The words of the law were written on whitewashed rocks and set up on Mount Ebal. There were blessings for obedience and curses for disobedience. The blessing and cursing were dramatized by relating it to the cleavage between the two mountains. Obey and you will become the head of the nations. Disobey and you will become the tail. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 11 Slide 12: Remember Your Land Covenant, Dt 29:1-30:20. The land aspect of the Abrahamic Covenant is further developed in the book. God brought Israel into the Land after forty years of wandering in the desert. They would forsake Him and thus will be expelled from the land. But God will return to regather the Jews from all of the nations where they are scattered, circumcise their hearts and afflict curses on their enemies. The secret things belong to Jehovah our God but the things revealed belong to us and our sons forever. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 12 Slide 13: Remember Jehovah Your God, Dt 31:1-34:12. Moses spoke all these words and wrote them down, which book was placed in front of the ark of the covenant in the Holy of Holies. The people were to hear the public reading of the book, keep His Sabbaths and be courageous lest they fall into bondage and idolatry. Moses sang of the Rock of Ages and made mention of the future of the tribes of Israel. The eternal God is our refuge and underneath are the everlasting arms. Moses died being 120 years old. Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com 13 DEUTERONOMY : DEUTERONOMY A. Remember Your Covenant History, 1:1-4:43 1. Remember Your Past: God provided for you during the past forty years, 1:1-3:29 2. Anticipate Your Future: A full enjoyment of life depends on obeying God, 4:1-43 B. Remember God’s Commandments To Do Them, 4:44-26:19 3. Jehovah is the One True God: Teach your children to love God, 4:44-6:25 4. Jehovah is the One True God: Not by bread alone but by the Word of God, 7:1-12:32 5. Jehovah is the One True God: Condemnation of false prophets and idolatry, 13:1-18 6. Jehovah is the One True God: Holy in food, tithes, Sabbath & festivals, 14:1-16:17 7. Justice in the Promised Land: Judges, kings, Levites and prophets, 16:18-18:22 8. Justice in the Promised Land: Homicide, capital crime, warfare & murder, 19:1-21:9 9. Justice in the Promised Land: Domestic life, marriage and the family, 21:10-22:30 10. Justice in the Promised Land: Godly character in public life, 23:1-26:19 C. Remember Your Covenant With God, 27:1-30:20 11. Ratification of Israel’s Covenant: Blessings and Curses, 27:1-28:68 12. The Abrahamic Covenant Applied: The Land of Israel, 29:1-30:20 D. Remember That God Is Your Refuge And Strength, 31:1-34:12 13. Leadership Passed to Joshua & the Priests, 31:1-29 Moses’ Song of the Rock of Ages, 32:1-47 Last Testament and Death of Moses, 32:48-34:12 Copyright 2002. Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. www.biblegraphics.com

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