Deuteronomy 29-34 Questions and Answers

Deuteronomy chapters 29-34 Questions and Answers

Questions and answers Deuteronomy 29-34.Deuteronomy chapters 29-34 ends the book of Deuteronomy with the death of Moses.

In Deuteronomy 29:5 what does “waxen old” mean? “Waxen old” means wearing out because of age and use.

How many curses are there in the Bible? The word “curse” is mentioned in 93 verses and the word “curses” is mentioned in 8 verses.

In Deuteronomy 30:4 what does it mean “uttermost parts of heaven”? This phrase is figurative meaning something like “to the ends of the earth”.

In Deuteronomy 30 you are to obey the LORD and keep His commandments and the statutes and His judgements. Yes, Moses is encouraging the children of Israel with all of the blessing promised them if they would only obey God and His commandments.

In Deuteronomy 31:10 what is so special about every 7 years? Every seventh year was a sabbath year. During the seventh year, this was a time for the land to rest and it was a general year of feasting and rejoicing.

In Deuteronomy 31:27 what is a “stiff neck?” This is a reference to being stubborn.

In Deuteronomy 31 Moses knew that after he died the people will go over Jordan and the will do very bad things. Yes, he put up with these people for over 40 years. He possibly figured that after he died, they would disobey God based on their behavior over the last 40 years.

Is the whole chapter of Deuteronomy 32 the song of Moses? The song is verses 1-33.

Were there unicorns back then? The unicorns mentioned in the Bible were not horse like creatures but rather powerful untameable creatures possibly like the modern-day rhinoceros. The unicorns of Moses’ day could be extinct today.

God did let Moses see the land, but he was not able to go over. Yes, God showed Moses a vision of the Promised Land, but he was not able to go there physically.

Finished with Deuteronomy chapters 29-34? Continue your Bible study in Joshua.



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