Learn about the final speeches of Moses in the book of Deuteronomy and find out who replaces him as leader in this visual printable.
THE BOOK OF DEUTERONOMY
Whew! We made it. Out of Egypt, through the desert, and I can see a glimpse of the Promised Land. Oh wait…there’s that thing about not being able to enter it…
The book of Deuteronomy is Moses’ final farewell to the Israelites. It’s been 40 years since they escaped from Egypt and he knows he’s about to die. Generations have passed and a new one has sprung up. Only Joshua and Caleb will enter the Promised Land out of all the Israelites who left Egypt.
Moses is allowed a glimpse into Canaan, but dies before he can enter.
In these final 3 speeches, he addresses the crowds and reminds them of what God has done, the laws they must follow, the renewal of their ancestors’ covenant, and a few personal parting words.
Moses passes his leadership onto Joshua and the book ends with an account of Moses’ death and hope for the next chapter in the Israelites’ lives.
For help understanding the basics, use this Deuteronomy printable to help you organize your thoughts as you go:
DEUTERONOMY PRINTABLE OUTLINE
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For the background of events leading up to entering the Promised Land, read these:
- Genesis Printable
- Exodus Printable
- Leviticus Printable
- Numbers Printable
- Understanding the Old Testament Timeline
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