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Reflections on Deuteronomy 33-34

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Posted by Pastor Lance Lewis on

Good morning and praise the Lord dearly loved ones in Christ. Today we come upon the last chapter of the book of Deuteronomy which is a memorial to Moses the man of God. Though we know Moses was a type of Christ and that our Lord Jesus did exceed him as a prophet, worker of mighty miracles and...

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Reflections on Deuteronomy 31

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Posted by Pastor Lance Lewis on

Good morning and praise the Lord dearly loved ones in Christ. Having ended his last and longest message to the people he's led for over 40 years, Moses the man of God is now ready to be pass leadership to Joshua and then be gathered to his Lord. Following a song of witness and final blessing the...

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Reflections on Deuteronomy 30

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Posted by Pastor Lance Lewis on

Good morning and praise the Lord dearly loved ones in Christ. Once again we come to one of those chapters in the book of Deuteronomy that has much that we can reflect upon. As you read through it you'll no doubt notice something familiar in vss. 11 -14. The Apostle Paul quoted these words...

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Reflections on Deuteronomy 27

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Posted by Pastor Lance Lewis on

Good morning and praise the Lord dearly loved ones in Christ. Moses the man of God is winding down his sermon to God's people with a few last exhortations to follow the LORD fully and wholeheartedly. The chapter opens with Moses stressing the connection between obedience, worship and genuine...

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Reflections on Deuteronomy 21

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Posted by Pastor Lance Lewis on

Good morning and praise the Lord dearly loved ones in Christ. Like the previous chapter much of Deut. 21 contains laws that only pertained to the theocratic kingdom of ancient Israel. This is why the United States judicial system need not offer an animal sacrifice for unsolved murder...

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Reflections on Luke 7

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Posted by Pastor Lance Lewis on

Good morning and praise the Lord dearly loved ones in Christ. Luke 7 is one of my favorite chapters of Scripture. It's a chapter where Luke highlights the great compassion and uniqueness of our Lord Jesus Christ as He ministers to four separate people bound together by their great need. What do...

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