Entering the Promised Land pt.5

Joshua – Judges

Today we consider very briefly the conquest of the Promised Land, as it is portrayed in the books of Joshua and Judges.

Entering the Promised Land pt.4

Deuteronomy 27-30: Blessings and Curses

Today we continue the narrative of Moses speaking to Israel on the doorstep of the Promised Land.

Entering the Promised Land pt.3

Deuteronomy 7-26: Love

Today we continue the narrative of Moses speaking to Israel on the doorstep of the Promised Land.

Daily Devotionals: Entering the Promised Land pt.2

Deuteronomy 4:44 – 7:10

Since we have finished our book for the month (The Dangerous Duty of Delight is just a short book), our 10 minute Daily Devotionals resume, following and supplementing our Read-through-the-Bible-in-a-year Plan.

This week, we pick up the narrative of Moses speaking to Israel on the doorstep of the Promised Land. This is recorded for us in the book of Deuteronomy.

Daily Devotionals: Entering the Promised Land pt.1

Deuteronomy 1:1-4:43

Since we have finished our book for the month (The Dangerous Duty of Delight is just a short book), our 10 minute Daily Devotionals resume, following and supplementing our Read-through-the-Bible-in-a-year Plan.

This week, we pick up the narrative of Moses speaking to Israel on the doorstep of the Promised Land. This is recorded for us in the book of Deuteronomy.

The Call to Disciple our Children, part 5

The GrowingDisciples Course will impact entire families— families of the ‘nuclear’ and extended kind, families of the church kind. In this series of short devotionals, The Reverend Canon Craig Roberts, CEO of Youthworks, reflects on the Bible’s call to Intergenerational Discipleship, particularly as this theme is developed from Genesis to Revelation. This fifth episode reflects on value of each child– even young boys who throw stones! 1 Samuel 17. 

The Call to Disciple our Children, part 4

The GrowingDisciples Course will impact entire families— families of the ‘nuclear’ and extended kind, families of the church kind. In this series of short devotionals, The Reverend Canon Craig Roberts, CEO of Youthworks, reflects on the Bible’s call to Intergenerational Discipleship, particularly as this theme is developed from Genesis to Revelation. This fourth episode reflects on the 5th Commandment, from Deuteronomy 5:16. 

The Call to Disciple our Children, part 2

The GrowingDisciples Course will impact entire families— families of the ‘nuclear’ and extended kind, families of the church kind. In this series of short devotionals, The Reverend Canon Craig Roberts, CEO of Youthworks, reflects on the Bible’s call to Intergenerational Discipleship, particularly as this theme is developed from Genesis to Revelation. This second episode considers Deuteronomy 4 and 6. 

Deuteronomy 27-30. Blessings and Curses.

Moses has brought Israel back to the doorstep of their Promised Land, after 40 years in the wilderness. In his three final sermons, he urges Israel to live up to their calling as God’s people so that they enjoy God’s blessing in the Land. In this second sermon, Moses outlines the motivation(s) for obedience to God’s commands.

Deuteronomy 7-26. Love.

Moses has brought Israel back to the doorstep of their Promised Land, after 40 years in the wilderness. In his three final sermons, he urges Israel to live up to their calling as God’s people so that they enjoy God’s blessing in the Land. In the continuation of this second sermon, Moses outlines the motivation(s) for obedience to God’s commands.

Deuteronomy 4:44-7:10. Holy.

Moses has brought Israel back to the doorstep of their Promised Land, after 40 years in the wilderness. In his three final sermons, he urges Israel to live up to their calling as God’s people so that they enjoy God’s blessing in the Land. In this second sermon, the people learn the implications of God’s holiness for them, and for their conquest of the land.

Deuteronomy 1:1-4:43. History

Moses has brought Israel back to the doorstep of their Promised Land, after 40 years in the wilderness. In his three final sermons, he urges Israel to live up to their calling as God’s people so that they enjoy God’s blessing in the Land. In this first sermon, Moses appeals to Israel’s history, and all that God has done for them to bring them to their current situation.