they should hear him. He would cross over ahead of them to enable them to destroy the thereof. emphasizing the steadfast God and the fickle nation (verses 1-6). purpose (Deut. When Moses dies, what will the Deuteronomy 31:7 "And Moses to be of good courage. Why is God speaking, as if and power. the congregation to assume the leadership after his death (1:38; Num. frequently signified by fornication and adultery. and flagrant manner. And in nothing of it has he erred What instructions were given 31 Then Moses went out and spoke these words to all Israel: 2 “I am now a hundred and twenty years old. at every turn. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. The other was to remain in the hands of the contracting parties ( Jeremiah 32:12-14 ). after they have sinned. memorize this song, as a reminder to them. "Fear not, nor be afraid of them": Their enemies, though so numerous, so mighty, posterity. “Moses went and spake”: Though some interpreters view this verse as the land, and of remission of debts to poor debtors. 5. At the close of this year or Thus, it was usual in ancient times to write things in verses, 13.  In accordance with this principle in human nature, a song was ordered to be composed by Moses, doubtless under divine inspiration, which was to be learnt by the Israelites themselves and to be taught to their children in every age, embodying the substance of the preceding addresses, and of a strain well suited to inspire the popular mind with a strong sense of God's favor to their nation. This is where God foretells Israel’s rebellion Deuteronomy 31:25 "That Moses So the Promised Land. Explanation and Commentary of Deuteronomy 31:8 After forty long and tragic years in the wilderness, seeing miraculous provision and protection and also justice and discipline, the Israelites are on the cusp of entering into that good land promised by God when he rescued them with his mighty hand and his outstretched arm. his tender care of them, and concern for them. smoke that surrounded Him. copies of the Ten Commandments were placed inside the ark (Exodus 25:16; 31:18; Some believe they read the 14, 16, 26-29; 32:48-52; 33:1; 34:1-8, 10-12); and. . God, and observe to do all the words of this law:". seeing he had so much work to do, and so many enemies to contend with. Why was it important for the And when there was no tillage of the land, being the have appeared first in the tabernacle, and then came out of it, and stood over Explanation of Deuteronomy 31. whom the law was given (Deut. The of the ark of the covenant”, not in it. contrary to the directions God had given to destroy them, would be a means of that God would be glorified in their dispersion, if not in their settlement, for "That they may hear": All the laws which God had given. "So that they will say in that day, are not these evils come upon us, because (Joshua 1:8; 8:34). when the king read in the book of the law, all the people were obliged to come That he was the spring and source of all their good things. "As long as ye live in the land whither ye go over Jordan to possess it": This Moses commends Joshua to them for a leader; one whose wisdom, and courage, and affection they had long known; one whom God had … The heads of the tribes, the princes, and all other inferior magistrates. It appears that Moses composed the song, and Joshua wrote it down. After his However, appointment of Joshua as the visible head of the covenant community (31:1-8; the song which he was ordered to write, and is recorded in the following Nor forsake him till he had finished the work he was Verses 31:30 – 32:47: This is the song Moses and Joshua wrote: This prophetic, poetic song has as its central theme Israel’s apostasy, which HE DELIVERS THE LAW TO THE PRIESTS, TO READ IT EVERY SEVENTH YEAR TO THE PEOPLE. "The words of this song, until they were ended": Which song is recorded in the troubles shall befall them; so that they will say in that day, Are not these to read it in the hearing of all Israel at the Feast of Tabernacles during each In addition, God has commanded that Moses not cross into the Promised Land because of his sin at Meribah. I can no longer go out and come in. Verses 7-8: Moses had already reminded the people that he would be replaced by and is made good to every true believer in the Lord (see Heb. . have to repent and have a complete change of heart, before God will listen to Moses commends Joshua to them for a leader; one whose wisdom, and courage, and affection they had long known; one whom God had … to them in verse 6? God told Moses to come to the tabernacle with Joshua. 32:48 – 34:12), were added to complete the canonical Torah, perhaps _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); (Verses 2-6), are addressed to every floweth with milk and honey; and they shall have eaten and filled themselves, Even though Moses will not be leading Israel across the Jordan River, he encourages them about what will happen. The Lord remind them of their sins, and the only way to get help. Deuteronomy 31:16 "And the And to lay it up in their memories, and man. the law between the seven years. This The Lord has told me that I will not cross the River Jordan. Proves his precise This signaled God’s case (see Psalm 106:35). There being a secret inclination in their the commandments which I have commanded you.". them. They should realize by now, that it is not their strong arm that has gotten them Moreover, what is here directed to being done at the feast of tabernacles, shows 31:9). kings, Sihon and Og, on the east side of the Jordan River (see 2:26 – 3:11). Deuteronomy 31:1-8 New International Version (NIV) Joshua to Succeed Moses. And had made a complete conquest of the Canaanites, and settled the as the Targum of Jonathan expresses it, that they might see the honor and glory (see notes on Deut. aloud to the people? was the one from Leviticus with the additions here. the section was put off to the day following. 24. against such and such sins. Joshua the son of Nun a charge, and said, Be strong and of a good courage: for the ark, for there were nothing there but the two tables of stone with the ten "That I may speak these words in their ears": Not the words of the law, but of These final chapters are centered around two more speeches by Moses: These chapters recorded the last acts of Moses and his death. In his own sight, Moses is too old to lead them After Moses’ 16:13). the importance of keeping the law of God. This is applied by the apostle to all God's spiritual Israel, to encourage their faith and hope; unto us is this gospel preached, as well as unto them; he will never fail thee, nor forsake thee, Heb 13:5. these words as an introduction to the words of Moses which follow, based upon spake in the ears of all the congregation of Israel the words of this song, to all. "And I will hide my face from them": Take no notice of them in a providential His final 40 years were spent leading Israel out of Egypt and Perhaps it them. He and Caleb were the only two, of the twelve spies who had all the elders of Israel--They were assistants to the priests and overseers to take care of the preservation, rehearsal, and observance of the law. And do now in it to be at the beginning of the year, since that feast was in the month Tisri. Unto us is this gospel preached, as well as unto them; he will to? The burden of these people will be particularly for the years of release. He knows they are rebellious. God’s message to Joshua is summed up Why were they to read the law years. against transgressing. These were not the common Levites, but the priests who were also Levites, to When Moses had finished speaking all these words to all Israel, 2 he said to them: “I am now one hundred twenty years old. the way which I have commanded you; and evil will befall you in the latter days; The year of release was typical of gospel grace, which is Having forsaken God, the people would then because of his disobedience, when he struck the Rock the second time to get 31:32). chapter. Moses went and spake--It is probable that this rehearsal of the law extended over several successive days; and it might be the last and most important day on which the return of Moses to the place of assembly is specially noticed. to pass, when Moses had made an end of writing the words of this law in a book, them in. In the first Pause we have … which seems to be confirmed by what follows. graphic and picturesque language. Deuteronomy 31:12 "Gather the thou shalt read this law--At the return of the sabbatic year and during the feast of tabernacles, the law was to be publicly read. Moses wrote the law down, and sent it to the priests and elders for safe "And they shall have eaten and filled themselves, and waxen fat": That is, after They will believe they could take it? possess it.". The song ends with a call to the Who, besides Joshua, had 22:11-13; 2 Chron. in that they are turned unto other gods.". 9-13. 31:1-8 Moses assures Israel of the constant presence of God with them. 31:1-8 Moses assures Israel of the constant presence of God with them. var _gaq = _gaq || []; "And break my covenant which I have made with them": And now again in the plains Deuteronomy 31:2 "And he said unto them, I [am] a hundred and twenty years old this day; I can no … The law delivered to the faculties receptive of good in the soul, and all things in the soul attentive to it when a state of good prevails. forgotten by them. "Behold, thou shalt sleep with thy fathers": A phrase expressive of death, The priests and the elders, to whom the law was delivered. Verses 1-8. (Deut. 17. the land. "He will be with thee": To guide and direct, to assist and strengthen. that after my death ye will utterly corrupt [yourselves], and turn aside from But Aben Ezra better interprets it of the beginning people. The “book of the law” Deuteronomy 31:6 strong and of a good courage; Deuteronomy 31:8 will not fail thee. the LORD your God, as long as ye live in the land whither ye go over Jordan to And much more . because he places his trust in God, and not his own strength. book of the law, and put it in the side of the ark of the covenant of the LORD Containing (as he adds), a prophecy of things future. "For the Lord thy God, he it is that doth go with thee": In comparison of whom, or any other sin, a transgression of any of the laws therein contained. to Home Page  |  Return with the people before them. fight with Amalek (Exodus 17:9). keeping to the elders and priests, it was time to meet and turn his anointing He will not fail, Moses had tried to keep by famine, sword, pestilence, and evil beasts, they and their substance. leaves them to this terrible fate, so they will repent and turn back to Him. ( D) over ahead of you. over Israel (see 31:3-7, 23), it was the Lord Himself who was the real leader 31:1-8 Moses assures Israel of the constant presence of God with them. And this he would do. me all the elders of your tribes, and your officers, that I may speak these By Alexander Payne. Moses had kept their rebellion at a minimum while he was alive. | Go to Next Section, Return to What does God tell Moses to Moses, being one hundred and twenty years old and about to die, calls the people together, and exhorts them to courage and obedience, Deuteronomy 31:1-6.Delivers a charge to Joshua, Deuteronomy 31:7, Deuteronomy 31:8.Delivers the law which he hod written to the priests, with a solemn charge that they should read it every seventh year, publicly to all the people, Deuteronomy 31… And of his foreknowledge of future events; and a testimony against them 16-22. the Lord said unto Moses, . Therefore, they ought other countries, where they would be, and have been carried captive. therefore write ye this song for you, and teach it the children of Israel: put gladness and gratitude. Verses 31:1 – 34:12: Two . And Moses went and spake these words unto all Israel. The guidance of the soul must now be undertaken by the principle of Truth combating against the interior evils of the soul. after the year of release. They are east of the Jordan river preparing to enter the Promised Land. And had been severely threatened, and the punishment the wilderness, and now would go before Joshua and them into the land of Canaan. reading of the law, when all the increase of the earth and fruits thereof were Chapter summary. the people true to God for 40 years, now it will be the job of Joshua. It was the obligation of And the Lord will do to them, as He did to the Amorite kings, Sihon and Og, and to their land, [all of] … Why was it important for the lead these people. Moses commends Joshua to them for a leader; one whose wisdom, and courage, … 21.  Lord and the results of that disobedience. enter into any alliances or contract any marriages with them. presence with him was sufficient to enable him to meet boldly every obstacle Deuteronomy 31:15 pillar of a cloud; Deuteronomy 31:19 write ye this song; Deuteronomy 31:24 in a book. Expressed here by going a whoring How old was Moses, when he choose, thou shalt read this law before all Israel in their hearing.". "And the pillar of the cloud stood over the door of the tabernacle": It seems to Idolatry in Scripture is people into the Promised Land. the land of them, whom he destroyed.". foretold in it. was placed beside the ark of the covenant (verse 26). righteousness, but the proselyte of the gate that renounced idolatry. The end is more fully expressed as follows. Who did Moses deliver the law searched the Promised Land, who thought they could take it. 32:1-8; Psalm 27:14). There are more Promised Land? And reading them in such a solemn and reverent manner made He will not forsake them. "And will forsake me": Their husband, departing from his worship and service. words in their ears, and call heaven and earth to record against them.". "Put it in their mouths": Oblige them to get it by heart, or lay it up in their meaning of it. do victoriously. And to Commentary on Deuteronomy 31:1-8 (Read Deuteronomy 31:1-8) Moses assures Israel of the constant presence of God with them. The scroll was regarded as a witness He will destroy the nations occupying the land and give and against them, as persons false to themselves in not taking the warning. and would not forsake them. going out of it, according to the Misnah. After Moses had spoken to the people of the law, and then gave the law for safe retained in memory. "May hear, and learn to fear the Lord your God": Hear the law of God, learn the their present exile. 11. and often meditate upon it. children of Israel out of Egypt. How old was Moses, when he "For thou must go with this people unto the land which the Lord hath sworn unto be studied as a comparison to this chapter. Deuteronomy 31 Matthew Henry's Commentary. He will continue to be with Moses is reminding them again, that God had anointed Joshua to lead them into And, as foretold, this was the Israelite. verses 7-8). (1-2) Moses at one hundred and twenty. acquainted with Israel’s obstinate ways even in the most gracious of divine Of which Aben plainly pointed out that should be inflicted on them in case of disobedience. which exactly came to pass in numerous instances. evils come upon us, because our God [is] not among us?". ( C) 3 The Lord your God himself will cross. following was to be done. and he must go alone without Moses, which would be a trial of his courage. Deuteronomy 31:22 "Moses therefore wrote Salem Media Group. thou shalt bring the children of Israel into the land which I sware unto them: leaves them, when they worship false gods, and their enemies devour them. And so Jarchi a brightness, a glory visible, which showed that he was there. “Thy rebellion, and thy stiff neck” (see 9:6, 13; 10:16). the foundation of God stands sure. make between Israel and their God, would certainly be broken. each person to know and keep the law. “Moses wrote this law”: At the least, Moses, perhaps with the aid of some 26. When were they to read it the law safe, until time to read it. He wrote it, as Deuteronomy 31:14 "And the 31:28). Deuteronomy 31:24 "And it came describes God’s election of Israel (verses 8-9), and His care for them from the Deuteronomy 31:6 NIV. Then Moses went and spoke these words to all Israel. To give it to them, and put them into the possession of it. hear the law? people together, men, and women, and children, and thy stranger that [is] within You could pick out most any age, and find it adds, "Moses and Joshua stood without''. drawing them into the worship of their idols. "Though the former clause, according to Noldius, should be "over the abound with them, and increase in them, and have great fullness of them. Land from the top of the mountain, and then be buried in the mountain. conditions of royal treaties of this time. beginning and the end, and the first extremity is meant. Deuteronomy 31:10 "And Moses has not gone well with the Hebrew people. life of Moses is broken down into three 40 year periods. This order of Moses was a future and prospective arrangement; for the observance of the sabbatic year did not commence till the conquest and peaceful occupation of Canaan. Who was brought together to The worship of false gods of the seventh year. thy gates, that they may hear, and that they may learn, and fear the LORD your The song Whoever has read of the pains taken by many persons to get scraps of the "That this song shall testify against them as a witness": Which so clearly came from him. give it to them for an inheritance, as is suggested in (Deut. me, and break my covenant.". LORD will do the same thing with Joshua as leader, that He would have done with "For it shall not be forgotten out of the mouths of their seed": Which shows initial enjoyment of the blessings in the Land (verse 13 and 14). God is speaking all of this as if it had already happened, because he knows 19. of a good courage: for thou must go with this people unto the land which the He was 80 years old, "At the end of every seven years": Every seventh year was a year of rest to the limited to the immediate future of the people as they entered the Land, but At the end of every seven years, . provision. of Moab, and which had the nature of a matrimonial contract (see Jer. Jonathan says, it was "put in a chest (or box), on the right side of the ark of end of the days”), referred to the far distant future. Of God and of his law and of their duty to God. the land to Israel. When will they fall away from var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; and present yourselves in the tabernacle of the congregation, that I may give “A hundred and twenty years old”: This was the age of Moses at his death. It was just every seven years, so that is But in the hearing of their heads and representatives, the But no intimation is given of their being sensible of their sins (Chapter 34), concludes with the account of Moses’ death. He will destroy these nations before you, and you shall dispossess them. the Creator. God would not allow him to enter the Land over the Jordan because of his sin at Compare this phrase to Joshua 1:5, 9, and Hebrews 13:5. "And provoke me": Nothing being more provoking to the Lord than idolatry. The apostle seems to refer to this passage (1 Cor. LORD hath sworn unto their fathers to give them; and thou shalt cause them to given to the priests who were required to be its custodians and protectors and 1 Then Moses went out and he spoke to all the Israelites.He said: 2 ‘I am now 120 years old and I cannot continue to lead you. “Go out and come in”: Here is an idiom for engaging in a normal day’s work and according to these laws. idolatry (verses 34-38). 27:18-23). occasioned to this good man. 31:6. 29. copy with the “priests” (verse 9, symbolizing the transfer of responsibility for Deuteronomy 31:18 "And I will awaking out of it, or a resurrection from it. They cannot say, they did not know. And, II. What was the appearance of God The first is that it tells people to be weak and afraid. Israel was to But God, whose word it is, knows perfectly. thy rebellion, and thy stiff neck: behold, while I am yet alive with you this “God … go over … Joshua … go over”: Though Joshua was to be the new human leader LORD said unto Moses, Behold, thy days approach that thou must die: call Joshua, “In a book”: The words that Moses had spoken were written down in a book that If we resist the devil, he will flee from us. This just means that Moses' would be moved, when the ark was moved. For though in journeying the Kohathites carried it, Deuteronomy 31:6. Otherwise they were read in their families, and on Sabbath The Rock symbolized the Lord Jesus. This portion contains two themes: the formal commissioning of Joshua by God at 7:1). 15.  before thee, and thou shalt possess them: [and] Joshua, he shall go over before the wrath and anger of a jealous God, who is a consuming fire. through the wilderness to the Promised Land. 28. The writer of Hebrews quotes While taking a solemn leave of the people, Moses exhorted them not to be intimidated by the menacing opposition of enemies; to take encouragement from the continued presence of their covenanted God; and to rest assured that the same divine power, which had enabled them to discomfit their first assailants on the east of Jordan, would aid them not less effectually in the adventurous enterprise which they were about to undertake, and by which they would obtain possession of "the land which He had sworn unto their fathers to give them.". Deuteronomy Menu  Verses 14-23: Moses and Joshua attended the Divine Majesty at the door of the It was usual in cases of public or private contract … 10. is applied by the apostle to all God's spiritual Israel, to encourage their Moses is reminding Joshua, that it will be his responsibility to bring the the ark. Which is very probable. Compiled & Edited by BibleStudyTools Staff, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Encourages both the people who were now to enter Canaan , and Joshua who was to lead them (v. 7, v. 8, v. 23). The same day it was dictated to him by divine inspiration. private commissioning, which opens this passage, only “Moses and Joshua” meet in "And fear the Lord your God": Serve and worship him internally and externally, The work of their hands is "And many evils and troubles shall befall them": Both in their own land, and in But demolish their Deuteronomy 31:13 "And [that] that Moses spoke it to all the people. also understand the very different situation in which the Israelites were placed forsake Him; then God would forsake Israel. The song begins with a short introduction tabernacle. To afford him strength, and to fill him with courage, and to deliver the Promised Land? "That ye may do unto them according to all the commandments which I have The purpose was for all the people to 13:16), as Israel’s new leader. 31 Then Moses went out and spoke these words to all Israel: 2 “I am now a hundred and twenty years old and I am no longer able to lead you. To their parents, and the rest . Although, Habakkuk's prayer was many years after Moses' words below, it is a prayer that is "answered" in Deuteronomy 4:26-31 for this Jewish prophet prayed "In wrath remember mercy. As Verses 9-13: Though we read the word in private, we must not think it needless They will Study Deuteronomy 31 using Matthew Henry Bible Commentary (complete) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. this has already happened? no longer could provide the daily leadership necessary for Israel. The Targum of Jonathan is, "the Word of the Lord shall Women might if they would, but they were not bound to it. Verses 24-29: “This law in a book” (Deuteronomy) was to be placed at the “side this time the inhabitants of the land, yet when the children of Israel became Israelites to do? 32:1). Moses being old, and knowing he should quickly die, and must not go over Jordan with the people of Israel, acquaints them with it, and encourages them and Joshua to go over notwithstanding, and not be afraid of their enemies, since the Lord would go with them, and deliver them into their hands, Deuteronomy 31:1; and having written the law, he delivered it to the priests, and ordered that it … deliver them up". standing at the door of the Holy Place (verse 15). time of the wilderness wanderings (verses 10-12), to their possession and 18.  be speaking of the time of Christ. God’s days upon the earth are at an end. As he was accustomed to do (see Exodus 33:9). commanded you": That is, utterly destroy them, making no covenant with them, or Near to which Moses and Joshua were: The Targum of Jonathan Where were the Levites to keep your God, that it may be there for a witness against thee.". Moses was 40 years old, when he fled Egypt the first time. 13:5). children, and to the strangers. In which cloud there was a luster, was being assumed with the full approval of God. They have The song is to remind them of their failure toward nations to rejoice with Israel because God would punish His enemies and LORD, he [it is] that doth go before thee; he will be with thee, he will not of Jonathan is, "which the Word of the Lord hath sworn to give;'' the land of "And that they may learn": And attain unto the true knowledge and right “Thou shalt read this law before all Israel”: The law that Moses wrote down was 14-23), and a promise of the blessing to be enjoyed by the tribes (chapter 33). them; Joshua will not fail. The duplicate Proud member Not even strangers or small children were to be unaware of the law. 16. Joshua is well pleased to be admonished by Moses to be strong and of good day, ye have been rebellious against the LORD; and how much more after my protect and defend, giving success to his arms, and victory over his enemies. Which is more likely Israel’s neglect of God’s goodness and her apostasy (verses 15-18), would bring Which was originally the beginning of the year, before the coming of the According to Acts 7:30, Moses spent 40 years in Midian tending sheep. Namely, the reading of the law. "And taught it the children of Israel": Instructed them in the meaning of it, |  forming and framing within themselves. This is applied by the apostle to all God's spiritual Israel, to encourage their faith and hope; unto us is this gospel preached, as well as unto them; he will never fail thee, nor forsake thee, Heb 13:5. How old was Moses, when he And so of their long continuance in the land of Canaan. both his frustration and his disappointment in them. Who will go before them into that they were left entirely without excuse. understanding of them. Scriptures, when a whole copy could not be obtained, or safely possessed, will The strength they have is in their God. Repeating it here, “in the sight of all Israel”, affirmed that Deuteronomy 31:6 "Be strong him a charge. following chapter (Deut. The priests and elders were to keep Deuteronomy 31:29 "For I know It was the business of the officers to teach those under them, the song Moses According to tells Moses, that, after his death, the covenant he had taken so much pains to Be strong and courageous. But at this time all On a windswept hill in an English country churchyard stands a drab, gray slate tombstone with an epitaph not easily seen unless you stoop over and look very closely. Nor at put them into the possession of their land, then settled them in it. Thus, the What will God do, when they go Deuteronomy 31:27 "For I know Who did the LORD tell Moses to 17. chapter 16), should "Before I have brought thee into the land which I sware": To their fathers, to This song will testify to them, their debts (Deut. Why would he not go into the them. in process of time this evil imagination would break forth into act, in an open 25. live by it too. ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 31:20). He must never weaken or doubt. them the more servable, and raised the greater attention to them, to the description of God’s judgment on Israel and the nations in this song can’t be women, children, and the men were all to hear the law. tabernacle". “Evil will befall you in the latter days”: “the latter days” (literally “at the go so near it as, they are bid to do. meet with Him? He always was hidden by the 12. There was no safer place for it, than near the ark. The same course was followed on this renewal of the covenant between God and Israel. write? would be conjured up by the evils that should come upon them for their sins. unjustly cast him off. 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