Welcome back to Deuteronomy, my friends. How’s it going so far? We are over half way done with this book and it’s been a treat, I think. It has been so nice to recall all the blessings of God on the Israelites, and to be challenged to remember God’s blessings upon us everyday.
This post is all about the fifth week of Deuteronomy. Here you will find our reading plan and memory verse. My APPLY for the week will be about fairness. I will post it on Wednesday, so be sure to subscribe to the blog!
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Monday, October 8 Chapter 21
Tuesday, October 9 Chapter 22
Wednesday, October 10 Chapter 23
Thursday, October 11 Chapter 24
Friday, October 12 Chapter 25
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I’ve written a devotional for the book of Deuteronomy. In it, I share reflections for each chapter of the book along with a memory verse, a contemplation question, and space to journal. If you’re interested in that book, check it out below!
In case you missed last week, you can check it here.
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