Sermons on Deuteronomy

Sermons on Deuteronomy

The Finish of a Faithful Man (31 min)

Dan Shutt preaches on the last day of the life of Moses and challenges his audience to finish their Christian journey well. Readings: Deut 31:1-2, 14, 32:48-50, 33:1, 26-29a, 34:1-10. (Recorded at Jackson Conference, Michigan, USA, 3rd Mar 2024)

Reverencing a Real God (24 min)

How real is God to me? Is He a living reality in my life day by day? Brandon Doll preaches on reverencing a real God and the effect that this should have. He develops his theme from three passages in Deuteronomy about fearing the Lord. Readings: Heb 5:7-9, 12:28-29. (Message preached Stout, Iowa, USA, April 2022)

Christ in His Office as Prophet (42 min)

Dan Rudge preaches on the topic of Christ’s office as prophet from Deut 18:15-22. He defines what a prophet is, and then distinguishes between Christ as prophet, as priest and as king. He explains how Christ fulfilled the prophetic office, only speaking what He heard from His Father. Dan also gives counsel from Deut 18 as to how to avoid falling for the many false prophets that are moving freely in Christendom today (Message preached 7th Oct 2018)

A Heart to Fear God (18 min)

Jack Hay preaches on Deut 5:29 “O that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear me, and keep all my commandments always, that it might be well with them, and with their children for ever!” He exhorts his audience to have a heart for God at all times and in all things (Message preached 16th Apr 2017)

Moses – His Last Words (29 min)

Merv Hall preaches on final days of Moses’s life – highlighting his song (Deut 32), his blessing (Deut 33) and his death (Deut 34). In particular this message dwells on the song of Moses in Deut 32 and highlights 5 references to God as His people’s “rock”. God is a “faithful” rock, but due to His people’s waywardness became a “forsaken” and “forgotten” rock, as they sought after “false” rocks. (Message preached 1st Feb 2015)