These Bible study lessons are designed to complement the myriad of study guides and plans
available today. Through them, we hope to introduce sound study methodology, build a strong foundation of knowledge from which you can
build and integrate a more coherent and comprehensive understanding of God's word and theology.
This Covenant was known by several names: a) the Land Covenant for its promises regarding the inheritance of land, b) the
Palestinian Covenant for the location of where the covenant was made (the plains of Moab), and c) the Deuteronomy Covenant
for the location of where the covenant is found in the Bible. The Land Covenant is distinctly different from the Mosaic Covenant for two
reasons: 1) it was made 40 years after the Mosaic Covenant, and 2) it was made in Moab (instead of Horeb also known as Mt. Sinai;
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2. Without careful observation, concepts may be confused and the meaning of a passage lost. A case in point is examining what covenant
is in view here (Deut 29:19-29) which sets the stage for something to happen when certain
conditions are met (Deut 30:1-5). What are the conditions to which covenant?
4. God speaks of circumcising our heart (Deut 30:6). A tool that can help clarify this
idea is to use a concordance for "circumcise" to see if the Bible defines or elaborates upon the term. What did you discover?
5. What does Moses say immediately following the Land Covenant (Deut 30:11-16)?
6. What is the significance of the Land Covenant? Will this be fulfilled in the course of human history or after??
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