Spiritual Journey Through Deuteronomy 14-20

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been reading and sharing some thoughts from the study of Deuteronomy 14-20. The Bible is all about gaining wisdom because we are learning from the past, praying in the present, and listening for instructions toward the future. Keep up with my spiritual journey over the next few weeks either through following this blog or the Facebook page I’ve set up at this link: This Day With God – A Spiritual Journey. Let’s share thoughts or ideas about applying our faith in current times.

One thought brought out in the post “Dedicated to the Purpose” is God’s Plan for Us. He wants what is best for us and is concerned about how we treat our neighbors so the tithe provides a means of support for the good works within a community.

The post “Accept the Help” discussed the principle of forgiving debt on the seventh year. Payment of a loan was extended for one year as a generous act of concern for neighbors in need. They were given a grace period similar to the grace of the gospel in pardoning sins.

Significance of joy in worship was brought out in the post “Joy in All We Do”. The basis of Hebrew worship is remembrance, joyfulness, and praise for what God has given. If those under the law could celebrate, how much more can we who receive the holy gift of the gospel, rejoice and be full of life.

Highlighted in the post “The Integrity of the Cross” is that the treasure of what is true and right must be for all. A society must judge with integrity and with the friendly companion of truth which history has sorted out over time. Proven throughout history is that the accurate Word of God is reliable to nourish and strengthen a society so it can flourish.

Brought out in the post “Justice” is that God loves order. He has a plan for us so priorities are set up. We have order in how neighbors should treat each other and laws to secure justice.

A take away from the post “Victorious Outcomes” is that God has our interest in mind when we go to Him in prayer believing that He will give us what has been promised. There is always a wonderful outcome when we trust in the Lord to help us face our internal battles.

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1 Response to Spiritual Journey Through Deuteronomy 14-20

  1. Amen! “God has our interest in mind when we go to Him in prayer believing that He will give us what has been promised.”

    We serve a good God who is in a good mood.

    Blessings for your faithfulness in spreading the good news of Jesus.


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