Deuteronomy 29 & 30 – Reading Note

  • Foreigners were living with the Israelites all the while they were traveling to canaan. This probably included the Egyptians who had left Egypt with them (Deut 29: 9 – 11)
  • God said he was making his covenant not just with the Israelites present, but also with those who were not there. (Deut 29: 14, 15)
  • God made a strange promise to the Israelites. He said if they repented from their sins and turned to him, he would circumcise their hearts so they could love and serve him. He promised to do it after, not before. (30: 1 – 7)

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