Deuteronomy 9: 1-14 Analysis

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Deuteronomy 9: 19-11: 32
Moses again emphasized the crucial importance of obedience. He reminded them of their infidelity to God in the desert when they made the golden calf and how they were about to perish. They were saved by the prayer of Moses, who in an intelligent and spiritual way appealed to the honor and glory of God. From here he gave them a new opportunity, and again taught them his law and constituted the family of Levi to be priests to intercede for them. Finally he began to instruct them on how to enter to possess the inheritance that God gave them, although they also lost much of this blessing for their disobedience ...
Deuteronomy 12: 1-13: 16
When Israel entered the promised land they had to be careful not to imitate the religious practices of the inhabitants of
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He reminded them of the prohibition to imitate the pagan rites, or the laws that regulated the animals that could eat, also the obligation to give the tithe or the sabbatical year. All these were just and good laws that would help them establish national life. But sadly we have to ask ourselves: what good are the just norms created to regulate human coexistence if man has a bad heart that leads him constantly to fail? Actually, God has to change the hearts of men first .
Deuteronomy 15: 16-17: 20
We are going to consider the three main holidays of Israel to which all the males were to attend in the place that the Lord chose: the Passover, the feast of Pentecost and the Tabernacles. These were joyful moments in which each Israelite should take their offerings to the Lord, which of course should be generous and without defects. Then we see different regulations about the judges, the priests and the king. These were the main offices within the nation of Israel and they had to act in the name of God and establish justice with equity, although without being enraged over their brothers ...
Deuteronomy 18: 1-19:

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