Tweeting Through Deuteronomy


Introduction: Deuteronomy is the summation of God’s Law to His chosen People, ancient Israel.

Deuteronomy 14:2 — The peculiar thing about God's peculiar people today is that they are no longer peculiar, but indistinguishable from others. They don't stand out, but fit in.

Deuteronomy 17:2-7 — An accusation is no condemnation without verification that withstands refutation. 

Deuteronomy 19:15 — A "he said/she said" case is not triable, since it has insufficient evidence for either conviction or acquittal. 

Deuteronomy 19:16-21 — False accusations must be purged from the land by judging false accusers without pity, just as they want the falsely accused to be judged. Otherwise, character assassinations can be carried out callously without fear of accountability.

Deuteronomy 20:1-4 — No army with God fighting alongside it needs to fear its enemies or panic in battle.

Deuteronomy 28:1-68 — The blessings God promises to bestow on a faithful nation are a picture of America yesterday. The curses God promises to bring upon a God-forsaking nation are a picture of America today. There is no use to pray for God to bless America, but an urgent need to pray for America to return to God! 

Deuteronomy 32:23 — The Hebrew word translated “mischiefs,” which Moses predicted God would heap upon a rebellious nation, means to “break down all that is good.” Are we witnessing all that was good in a God-fearing America being broken down today in a God-forsaking America?

Deuteronomy 32:30 — When a nation has been backhanded and handed over by God, not only will a thousand flee in fright from one and ten thousand from two, but the whole nation can be terrorized by nineteen young box cutter armed Islamic terrorists.


Deuteronomy 32:46-47 — The Word of God is not optional to both our personal and national survival, but essential to our lives, our children’s lives, and the life of our country.