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Deuteronomy–Section A (Chapters 1-5)

Why study the book of Deuteronomy in the New Testament dispensation? When our Lord Jesus Christ ministered on this earth and confronted the religious leaders of His day, which scriptures did He refer to most often? Jesus confronted the Pharisees, Sadducees, lawyers and all others with more quotes from the book of Deuteronomy, than any other book of the Law. In this series, we will provide an expositional journey through the entire book in hopes of showing principles that are still relevant for the twenty-first century man.  May God bless you as you start your own journey in the fifth book of Moses.

--Pastor Bob Spagnuolo

Code  Sermon Title (Scripture Text)

Chapters One to Three

DEU001   Introduction to Deuteronomy (Deut. 1:1-8)         

DEU002   Moses Prepares a New Generation [1] (Deut. Chapter 1)

DEU003   Moses Prepares a New Generation [2] (Deut. Chapter 2)

DEU004   Fear Caused by Unbelief  (Deut. Chapter 3)

Chapter Four

DUE005   God Commands Obedience (Deut. 4:1-4)

DEU006   A Wise & Understanding People (Deut. 4:5-10)

DEU007   Warnings Against Idolatry (Deut. 4:11-19)

DEU008   An Iron Furnace (Deut. 4:20-22)

DEU009   A Forgetful People (Deut. 4:23-31)

DEU010   Prophetic Warnings (Deut. 4:32-40)

DEU011   The Cities of Refuge (Deut. 4:41-43)

DEU012   The Law Defined ((Deut. 4:44-49)

Chapter Five--The Ten Commandments

DEU013   God - the First and Great Communicator (Deut. 5:1-5)

DEU014   The Ten Commandments [1] the Heart of God’s Covenant (Deut. 5:6-16)

DEU015   The Ten Commandments [2] the Heart of God’s Covenant (Deut. 5:6-21)

DEU016   1st Commandment - No Other God (Deut. 5:6-7)

DEU017   2nd Commandment - No Idols (Deut. 5:8-10)  

DEU018   3rd Commandment - Do Not Take God’s Name in Vain (Deut. 5:11)

DEU019   4th Commandment [1] The Sabbath Day (Deut. 5:12-15)

DEU020   4th Commandment [2] The Sabbath Day (Isa. 58:13-14)

DEU021   4th Commandment [3] The Sabbath Day (Mark 2:27-28)

DEU022   5th Commandment [1] Honor Your Parents (Deut. 5:16)

DEU023   5th Commandment [2] Biblical Discipline for Today’s Parents (Ps. 78:1-8)

DEU024   5th Commandment [3] Biblical Discipline for Today’s Parents (Ps. 78:1-8)

DEU025   5th Commandment [4] Biblical Discipline for Today’s Parents (Ps. 78:1-8)

DEU026   6th Commandment [1] Thou Shalt Not Kill (Deut. 5:17)

DEU027   6th Commandment [2] Is War Justifiable? (I Sam. 15:1-5)

DEU028   6th Commandment [3] Broader Applications (Matt. 5:21-25)

DEU029   7th Commandment [1] No Adultery (Deut. 5:18)

DEU030   7th Commandment [2] No Adultery (II Sam. 11:1-5; 22-27)

DEU031   7th Commandment [3] Spiritual Adultery (Matt. 12:38-40; Rev. 17:1-6)

DEU032   8th Commandment [1] Thou Shalt Not Steal (Ex. 22:7-15)

DEU033   8th Commandment [2] Thou Shalt Not Steal (Deut. 25:13-16; Lk. 19:1-10)

DEU034   9th Commandment [1] No False Witness (Deut. 19:15-21)

DEU035   9th Commandment [2] No False Witness (Prov. 6:16-19; Isa. 59:11-15)

DEU036   10th Commandment - Thou Shalt Not Covet (Deut. 5:21; Prov. 23:1-7)

DEU037   Ten Commandments Summarized (Deut. 5:6-21)

DEU038   Expected Response to the Law [1] (Deut. 5:22-28)

DEU039   Expected Response to the Law [2] (Deut. 5:22-33)

DEU040   The Character and Nature of Evangelical Obedience (Deut. 5:22-33)

Section B Chapters 6-15

Section C Chapters 16-?

Section D

Section E

Section F