Omondis In Kenya

Today we read Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges and Ruth. Wow! Reviewing the intrigues of the children of Israel from the time they crossed the Red Sea, in other words, reviewing our readings of yesterday, Moses gave three speeches (Dt 1-4; 5-28; 29-33) just before his death. Now that the children of Israel were preparing to enter the Promised Land, it was important for Moses to interpret the events of their history to this generation aged sixty years and below (except for Joshua and Caleb). They needed to understand God’s Law and be warned about what would happen if they failed to obey it.

Moses, one of the greatest leaders in history, was certainly not perfect. In fact, in some instances he seems a bit cheeky. He said four or more times that it was the Israelites’ fault that he could not enter the Promised Land. Hmm? We know that was not

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