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Deuteronomy 1 16Deutero second nomy law Deuteronomy then means the second law or repetition ofthe law . Moses was 120 years old when he wrote Deuteronomy Deuteronomy is considered by many as the gospel It was quoted more often by Old Testament Prophetsthan any other book of the Law Torah The long journey from Egypt to Canaan was over .Israel was about to enter the promised land but Moseswould not go with them Moses would give his last words to the children of Deuteronomy can be divided up intothree separate discourses from.1 Chapters 1 4Moses eloquently exhorted Israel to look to the laws giventhem by God so that they could enjoy God s favor andprotection in the future It covered the events betweenSinai and east of the Jordan River .2 Chapters 5 26A review of the law including the 10 Commandments These chapters contain a description explanation andenforcement of the most essential contents of covenant 3 Chapters 27 30.A call for Israel to renew the covenantand a warning of the consequences offailing to do so It contains Moses finalinstructions relative to blessings andcurses based on Israel s behavior . Deuteronomy 2 7 thou has lacked nothing Alma 37 44 It is easy to give heed tothe word of Christ Alma 37 46.Do not let us be slothful because of the easiness ofthe way for so was it with our fathers Their situation adds poignant meaning to thephrase so near and yet so far Deuteronomy 4 1 8. This reference only Revelation 22 18 Proverbs 30 5 Deuteronomy 12 32These references indicate that any warning not.to add to the things written refer only to thewritings of that particular prophet President Brigham Young stated The saying which we have quoted and whichconstitutes the sweeping argument of modern.Christians against new revelation only alludes to thisparticular book of Revelation which was to be keptsacred as the word of the Lord to John and not tothe whole Bible nor does it prohibit the Saints in hisday or the Saints in any future time from getting.new revelation for themselves That is not all if weturn to the writings of Moses we find the samesentiment and almost the same language used Moses says Ye shall not add unto the word which Icommand you neither shall ye diminish ought from it that.ye may keep the commandments of the Lord your Godwhich I command you So if such quotations are givenwith the intent to shut the heavens and put an end to allnew revelation then the revelations given to Prophets whoarose after Moses and the revelations given to Jesus Christ.and his Apostles including John and his revelations on theIsle of Patmos all amount to nothing and are not worthy ofour notice The sweeping argument when it is examined sweeps away rather too much besides John s Gospel andhis epistle to his brethren were written after he wrote his.revelation on the Isle of Patmos consequently he woulddestroy his own system but it sets forth the ignorance andshort sightedness of those who have not the testimony ofJesus which is the spirit of prophecy Journal ofDiscourses 1 242 43 . Deuteronomy 4 9 teach thy sons and thy sons sons Doctrine Covenants 68 25 30 Eight things to teach your children President Benson s talk . What I hope you will teach your children aboutthe temple Ensign 1985 7 10 Deuteronomy 6 4 9 the Shemna Pronounced shma Began what was known among Jewish people as the. Shemna The Shemna was in Jewish thought supremeaffirmation of the unity of God and was frequently called theacceptance of the yoke of the Kingdom of Heaven The entireShemna which consist of Deuteronomy 6 4 9 Deuteronomy11 13 21 and Numbers 15 37 41 was recited twice daily by.all devout Jews as an evening and a morning prayer It hasbecome traditional for Jewish martyrs to face death with theShemna on their lips Shemna in Hebrew is to hear Verses 4 7 of Deuteronomy 6 were kept inside of.phylacteries President Ezra Taft Benson said that people who are captained by Christ will be consumed in Christ Entertheir homes and the pictures on their walls the bookson their shelves the music in the air their words and.acts reveal them as Christians Conference Report Oct President Brigham Young said The worst fear I haveabout members of the Church is that they will get rich inthis country forget God and his people wax fat and kickthemselves out of the Church and go to hell This people.will stand mobbing robbing poverty and all manner ofpersecution and be true But my greater fear for themis that they cannot stand wealth and yet they have tobe tried with riches for they will become the richestpeople on this earth Preston Nibley Brigham Young .The Man and His Work 1936 128 Deuteronomy 7 1 5God sentenced seven nations of Canaan to death andIsrael was to be the executionerI Nephi 4 13.Behold the Lord slayeth the wicked to bring forth hisrighteous purposes It is better that one man shouldperish than that a nation should dwindle and perish inProstitution and homosexuality had become religiouspractices to the point where the people were entrenched.in depravity and proud of it Their iniquity was full ortotal They were ripe in iniquity I Nephi 17 35 Deuteronomy 6 16 8 3 Sound familiar These are the scriptures that the Savior.quoted in reply to Satan s temptations on theMount of Temptation Ye shall not tempt the Lord your God Matthew 4 7 Man doth not live by bread only but by every.word that proceedeth out of the mouth of theLord doth man live Matthew 4 4 Deuteronomy 8 4 Remarkable durability Israel had limited means for producing some.items of clothing Deuteronomy 9 Chapter heading On two occasions Moses has gone withoutfood and water for forty days .Moses was 120 years old when he wrote Deuteronomy. Deuteronomy is considered by many as the â€œgospelâ€ of Moses. It was quoted more often by Old Testament Prophets than any other book of the Law (Torah). The long journey from Egypt to Canaan was over. Israel was about to enter the promised land but Moses would not go with them.