Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2022)
The Ways of Moses; Deuteronomy 7-10
Season 2, Episode 14 • 18-Feb-2022
"Moses was not interested in preserving his own history, only God’s future commands.
To prophesy the future one must understand the past. So, Moses is reviewing how the
children of Israel came out of Egypt and will inherit the Promised Land. A large portion
of the tribes of Israel that would move into the Promised Land were not born in Egypt,
but the wilderness. Yet, they were commissioned by God to take the land as their
inheritance because of a promise made to their forefather Abraham. Soon this reality
would be placed on the leaders as they were given the responsibility of the land for their
future generations. Moses highlights the way in which God selected the tribe of Levi for
the priesthood, and why they were unique and different from the others. They did not
have an inheritance in this world, but theirs was in the LORD.
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