Deuteronomy 30:12-31:23

When we last saw the children of Israel, they were misinterpreting God’s Law. Now they are faced with a choice: Life and good, or death and evil. What will they choose? In Deuteronomy 30 and 31, meet Israel’s new leader, Joshua, and get ready to see God’s people enter the Promised Land.

Deuteronomy 29:1-30:13

So often, we miss out on God’s love because we are blinded by our own righteousness. In Deuteronomy 29 and 30, we review Israel’s past and learn how their wandering hearts aren’t much different than ours today. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches us about the Palestinian covenant, God’s prophecy to Israel, and Israel’s misinterpretation of God’s Law in terms of their own righteousness.

Deuteronomy 27:1-28:68

When God makes a covenant, He never breaks it. In Deuteronomy 27 and 28, we see God’s covenant with Israel regarding the Promised Land. While their success and blessing in the land was dependent on their obedience, God gave them the land without conditions. Likewise, today, God’s love for us comes without conditions, yet His blessing is closely tied to our obedience and hearts of worship toward Him.

Deuteronomy 25:1-26:19

Every day, we are at war with our flesh. In our study of Deuteronomy 25 and 26, Dr. McGee teaches that our flesh is not something to despise or fight with self-discipline. Instead, our flesh can point us to the Holy Spirit. When we walk with God, the fruit of the Spirit will flow from us. Find hope in God’s promise to one day eradicate our flesh and bring us to completion as new creatures.

Deuteronomy 23:1-24:22

If we are born of God, then our attitude, appearance, and all-around conduct should communicate that to others. Deuteronomy 23 and 24 outline several laws regarding what conduct is acceptable and unacceptable to God. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches us the importance of being born again, yielding to the Holy Spirit rather than our flesh, and taking care of each other as God’s family.

Deuteronomy 21:1-23:1

You probably don’t spend much time thinking about the safety of birds. In Deuteronomy 21-23, God went out of His way to make sure birds were protected. He even made a law about it. God shows His love for the birds by protecting them with a law, just as He shows His love for us by giving us laws intended for our safety. Learn to see God’s Law in a new light—the light of His love and protection.

Deuteronomy 20:1—21:21

Today on the Bible Bus, we cover some terrifying topics. But have no fear! God is Immanuel—He is with us! In Deuteronomy 20 and 21, we learn about the rules of warfare, murder, captured women, and insubordinate sons. While today’s topics give rise to some feelings of mourning and fear, discover how each law points to God as “with us” even in life’s unpleasant times.

Deuteronomy 18:15-19:21

Don’t worry about the future. In Deuteronomy 18 and 19, God offers the hope and promise of a coming Messiah to His people. In doing so, He reminded the children of Israel of His plans to “give them a hope and a future.” As we continue our study of the Law, Dr. McGee encourages us to have hope in God regarding the future. If we have Him, then we have nothing to fear.

Deuteronomy 17:1-18:14

God doesn’t want our leftovers. He gives us His best, and He desires for us to give Him our best in return. In Deuteronomy 17 and 18, we are encouraged to give God our absolute best. Follow along with an open heart as Dr. McGee teaches through the laws concerning witnesses, court cases, kings, the Levites’ inheritance, and sorcery and divination.

Deuteronomy 15:1-16:22

Seven was God’s favorite number. Every seven years, all debts were to be forgiven, and slaves were able to be set free if they chose. In our study of the sabbatical year, Passover, Pentecost, and the feast of Tabernacles, discover God’s generous heart toward His people and how this same generosity extends to us today.

Deuteronomy 13:5-14:29

Today on the Bible Bus, we will cover several laws and customs the children of Israel were to follow. From more dietary laws to tithes and offerings, discover how the Law was almost like a “worship guide” for God’s people. While we are not required to follow many of these laws today, Dr. McGee encourages us to speak out against evil, take care of our bodies, and to give generously to the church.

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