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The people are about to enter to Promised Land, and Moses is going to die. These two facts overlay the conversations and events in this book. Moses is preparing a people to move on and follow God after his death, and as they move towards fulfillment of the promises God has given to them.  
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The people are about to enter to Promised Land, and Moses is going to die. These two facts overlay the conversations and events in this book. Moses is preparing a people to move on and follow God after his death, and the people move towards fulfillment of the promises God has given to them.  
 
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Deuteronomy also records the beginning of the conquest, where the Israelites took most of the land East of the Jordon River and inhabited it before the conquest of the West of the Jordon began.
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Deuteronomy
Book Number 5
Testament Old
Number of Chapters 34
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Literary Genre Law
References Used Bibliography: Deuteronomy

Deuteronomy is the final book of the Pentateuch, the five books of the law traditionally ascribed to Moses and chronicling the journey of the Israelites through the wilderness as they relearn how to be God’s people. Deuteronomy is not a book of entirely new laws, but a series of lectures by Moses as he reinterprets and reapplies the existing laws for a new generation.


The people are about to enter to Promised Land, and Moses is going to die. These two facts overlay the conversations and events in this book. Moses is preparing a people to move on and follow God after his death, and the people move towards fulfillment of the promises God has given to them.



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Deuteronomy 34