At the age of 120, Moses was a strong and powerful man, yet God took his life on Mount
Nebo because his temper got the best of him when he struck the rock, rather than speaking
to it as God had instructed him. For this reason, Moses would never enter into the Promised
Land. The book of Deuteronomy is a collection of Moses’ sermons on the Law, written at
the end of his life to the next generation of Israelites. They would be the ones to enter and
take control of the Promised Land. Like the book of Leviticus, Deuteronomy contains a vast
amount of legal and practical applications of the law, but its message is for everyone, not
just the priests, to impress the Word of God on their hearts. Also, the Ten Commandments
are listed again in Deuteronomy 5, to remind the next generation to renew their covenant
made at Mount Sinai with a full dedicated heart, without complaint or waver. Moses
encourages this new generation to obey the law of God because it is critical to live.
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