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GOD'S TREASURED POSSESSION - Deuteronomy

GOD'S TREASURED POSSESSION - Deuteronomy

GOD'S TREASURED POSSESSION - Deuteronomy

ISBN: 9780852348178
Author: Andrew Stewart

 

The book of Deuteronomy consists of a series of sermons preached by Moses just as Israel came towards the end of forty years of wandering in the wilnderness, and just before leadership was handed over to Joshua. Andrew Stewart shows how, in these sermons, Moses had thought about God's plan for Israel. Deuteronomy shows God's grace; He not only redeems His people but also has a plan for them as His "treasured possession" (26:18).

Here was a new generation of Israelites about to enter a new land with many dangers and temptations. The book of Deuteronomy has many lessons to teach us as 'it is a training manual in godly living and in it we see how Moses trained the Israelites to live as God’s people in God’s land' (Allan Harman). 

 
Harman also observes that ‘Andrew Stewart has already shown his competence as a commentator with his previous volume on 2 Chronicles. Now he turns to Deuteronomy and explains the text with clarity. It is always good to have a pastor treating Scripture and this book shows rich pastoral application. He understands both the text of Scripture and the need of Christian readers. Many will learn a great deal from this commentary as well as finding spiritual enrichment from it.’ 

 

Andrew Stewart is the minister of Geelong Reformed Presbyterian Church, Victoria, Australia. Before taking up his present position, he served as minister in a church in Northern Ireland, the country where he was born and educated. He is married with two children.

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