Text: Deuteronomy 14:1-29   The principle of tithing means that ten percent (10%) of a person’s earning are given to the Lord through His church. The people of Israel had some special instructions about that because of the uniqueness of their society (vv. 22-27). But the purpose of the law was the same. Whatever you[…]

Text: Deuteronomy 13:1-18   One of the ways God tested His people was by sending false prophets who would see dreams and do miraculous signs and wonders that would come true (vv.1-5). If the truth of Scripture was not being taught, it didn’t matter if dreams came true – don’t listen. In fact the false[…]

Text: Deuteronomy 12:1-32   Before the people of Israel entered the land, Moses warned them about the things of false worship. The people of the land would be destroyed, but so must their religious things, like the altars for worshipping false gods (vv. 1-5). If the enemies and their worship things remained, the Israelites would[…]

Text: Deuteronomy 11:1-32 In the Promised Land where Yahweh was taking His people, there were many false religions. The worship practices of those religions may have seemed logical and perhaps included certain pleasures. Yahweh was warning the people that they should not go after those other gods. Doing so would bring Yahweh’s curses upon them[…]

Text. Deuteronomy 10:1-22 The passage we read today gives us instructions on how to love and worship God properly – it is to be done from the heart (vv. 12 – 16). Outward acts of love, obedience, and worship and not acceptable to God (you wouldn’t accept it either). Jesus quoted Isaiah when He spoke[…]

Wednesday, 9th January 2019. God goes ahead of His people to fight for them. Text. Deuteronomy 9:1-29 As Moses writes Deuteronomy, the people will soon be entering the Promised Land. They are aware that the inhabitants of that land and their cities are powerful. In the passage we read Moses emphasising that Yahweh will go[…]

Tuesday, 8th January 2019 God is testing His people by His commands. Text: Deuteronomy 8:1-20 God did great things for His people. First, He promised to be in covenant with the people, joining them to Himself. Then He delivered them from slavery, brought them through the forty (40) years, and is now bringing them into[…]

Text: Exodus 40: 1-38. Moses performed his leadership role very well as he delegated some of the important responsibilities to others and trusted them to do the work [39:42]. It is important to note that Moses kept close supervision over every detail as the Lord had instructed him concerning the building of the Tabernacle [39:43].[…]

Text: Exodus 39: 1-43. The use of uniform for different professions is not new, it is as old as human history. We see in Exodus that each day the Priest wore uniform as they performed duties at the tabernacle [vv. 1-21]. Their uniforms were designed to be both: 1. Beautiful because of the materials and[…]

Text: Galatians 6:1-18. Paul ends by stating that believers will have burdens and loads. He exhorts Christians to carry one another’s burdens (v.2). That those who have the burden of work should share in its fruits. And that he carries the scars of Christ as a burden to remind him to remain focused on the[…]