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From Godís provision during Israelís 40 year wilderness wandering experience, the Jews in Mosesí time could learn some valuable lessons, the Jews in Jesusí time could learn some valuable lessons, and so can Christians of all times.
Scripture: Deuteronomy 8:3-8:18
When we more deeply understand the phrases that guide our lifestyle, we can become godlier followers of Jesus Christ.
Scripture: Deuteronomy 15:7-15:11
Godís children are to sometimes worship Him with great enthusiasm and outward joy, to clap their hands to the Lord. And sometimes that worship is about Who God is; sometimes it is about what He has done or is doing. But sometimes it is about what He will
Scripture: Psalms 47:1-47:9
People who have a heart for the true God observe the outward trappings of Biblical faith, but they put the focus loving and knowing God by internalizing His Word.
Scripture: Deuteronomy 6:4-6:15
The human heart -- the internal, invisible center of our being -- needs some work that only God can do.
Scripture: Deuteronomy 5:28-5:29
God does not change, and his truth is always true; our perception of the truth either improves or declines. The New Testament doctrines we embrace are not new: God, who is the God of both testaments, inspired Paul and others to develop them for us.
Scripture: Isaiah 45:22-45:25
Much of what Paul writes in Romans comes from Isaiah: God’s truth is eternal, so it is no surprise that we see the major tenants of the Christian faith are found in the Old Testament.
Scripture: Isaiah 48:1-48:19
God obviously wants us to know what will happen in the End Times because his Word contains so much about those times. The New Testament teachings about the end times are often developed from Old Testament passages, like Daniel 12:1-3.
Scripture: Daniel 12:1
Jesus takes what were familiar passages to the Jewish people -- but obscure passages to us -- and makes them easily accessible so we can put them to work in our lives.
Scripture: Deuteronomy 23:21-24:4
The Two Great Commandments -- loving God and loving others -- cannot be separated. Yet they can be contemplated because they are aimed in two directions.
Scripture: Deuteronomy 7:6-10:19