• Laws about Conflict Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 21

    In this lesson, by examining Deuteronomy 20–21, Dr. Godfrey provides cultural and contextual understanding for several laws that may seem unrelated or not make sense to a modern reader. He then builds a bridge from the Old Testament to the New Testament to show how understanding these laws sheds light on the life and death of Jesus Christ. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 19-20

    Jesus said that all the Law and the Prophets depend on the commands to love God and neighbor. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey looks at God’s laws about loving one’s neighbor as they relate to crimes and warfare. Deuteronomy 19–20 addresses serious topics that any nation faces—issues of crime, punishment, and judgment. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 18

    Deuteronomy 18–19 may seem to be a disparate collection of laws, warnings, and prophecies. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey works through these passages to make sense of them, showing how they are unified and point forward to Jesus, the Messiah who fulfills Old Testament promises. View Resource

  • Laws about Leadership Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 17

    This lesson moves to the pinnacle of the step pyramid that Dr. Godfrey has been using to illustrate the outline of Deuteronomy. In looking at laws about leadership beyond the local level, Dr. Godfrey provides insights into the role and requirements of Israelite kings. The overarching theme of this lesson on leadership is that Jesus is the ultimate Prophet, Priest, King, and Judge. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 16

    Deuteronomy 16 is divided into two sections. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey examines them to show their application to the Christian life. The first section considers the feasts of Israel, their history, and their purpose. The second section contains more laws about leadership that emphasize earlier themes of being a people set apart and free from idolatry. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 14:21-15:23

    All of God’s warnings, commands, and promises reveal the heart of God for His people. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey further explores the topic of worship by examining some of God’s dietary laws and His commands regarding possessions. Dr. Godfrey will show the echoes of Deuteronomy in the New Testament and in modern Judaism. View Resource

  • Living as God’s Holy People Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 13:1-14:20

    Many people consider some of the laws in Deuteronomy to be strange, but every law in the book points to something deeper about who God called Israel to be. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explains the purpose and symbolism behind some of the seemingly strange laws in Deuteronomy, reinforcing the biblical truths that we are God’s children who have been set apart by Him to be holy. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 12

    From God’s first directives to the Israelites to the teaching of Jesus Christ, Scripture reveals that worship is the primary way we love God. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey studies Israel’s fundamental calling to be worshipers of the one true God through studying the commands and warnings in Deuteronomy and focusing on Jesus’ teaching and the proper attitude toward worship. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 10-11

    The third section of the pyramid-like structure of Deuteronomy is laws about loving God. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explores how God’s laws are for the benefit and blessing of His people and how loving God applies to life in the church by tying together themes of keeping God’s Word on our hearts, being careful, and remembering what God has done for us. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 8-10

    In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey examines the warnings to the nation of Israel in Deuteronomy 8–10, demonstrating the strong ties between the message of the Old Testament and that of the New Testament, and how those are applied in the church. Building on previous lectures, Dr. Godfrey will continue to explore themes of leadership, idolatry, and blessing. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 6-7

    Deuteronomy 6–7 delivers warnings to the Israelites as individuals and as families. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey will examine the warnings contained in this section and how to apply them. Dr. Godfrey will explain the reasoning and the heart behind these warnings, which are not to punish or restrict us but are a part of God’s blessing to us. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 4-5

    In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey transitions from the history of Deuteronomy 4 to the warnings of Deuteronomy 5–10:11 by focusing on God’s commands to avoid idolatry and to keep the Sabbath. Dr. Godfrey explains the reasons behind these commands, what they meant for the Israelites, and how they apply to the church. View Resource

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    Deuteronomy 1-4

    In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explains the first step of the pyramid structure of Deuteronomy, which is about history. In examining Deuteronomy 1–4, he focuses on the central idea of idolatry, and how that was a problem for the Israelites and for all of God’s people who would follow them. View Resource

  • The Author of Deuteronomy Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 1:1-9

    An accurate knowledge of the life of Moses is crucial to understanding and appreciating the meaning and purpose of Deuteronomy. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explores the person behind Deuteronomy, examines the setting of the Israelites as they were on the verge of entering the promised land, and shows how the lessons the Israelites learned apply to Christians today. View Resource

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    John 1:14-17

    The book of Deuteronomy, though often overlooked, is important for Christians today. In its own right, it contains the law and the history of God’s people. In light of the New Testament, it provides continuity from the law of Moses to its fulfillment through Jesus. Closely examining the structure of Deuteronomy will help the meaning become clearer and more relevant. View Resource