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Remember, Do Not Forget.

Hope Sabbath School Episode 10

Added 30 Nov 2021

The book of Deuteronomy, with its 19 occurrences of the verb zakar, “remember,” is, more than any other book of the Bible, a text about remembering. Beyond the book of Deuteronomy, the verb “remember” is an important biblical motif. In this study, we will meditate on this motif in regard to four key events in the Bible: (1) Creation from nothing, (2) the deliverance from the Flood, (3) the Exodus of Israel from Egypt and from its own stubbornness, and (4) the conversion of the Gentiles from paganism. All these events have something in common; they all signify God’s act of salvation from darkness to light, from death to life, from wickedness to righteousness.

1 - Introduction to Deuteronomy
2 - Inspired History Lesson
3 - The Everlasting Covenant
4 - To Love The Lord Your God
5 - The Stranger In Your Gates
6 - For What Nation Is There So Great?
7 - Law and Grace in Deuteronomy
8 - Choose Life
9 - Turn Their Hearts
10 - Remember, Do Not Forget.
11 - Deuteronomy In The Later Writings
12 - Deuteronomy in the New Testament
13 - The Resurrection Of Moses