Reading Deuteronomy 10 for Tuesday, September 12th. Moses made two more tablets and a wooden chest as God instructed, and then God wrote the Ten Commandments on them with his finger.
Reading Deuteronomy 9 for Monday, September 11th. All of the land and blessings given to the Israelites have nothing to do with their own righteousness.
Reading Deuteronomy 8 for Saturday, September 9th. God gives you the ability to produce wealth, so don’t think too highly of yourself.
Reading Deuteronomy 7 for Friday, September 8th. God wants His children to detest even the silver and gold used to make the images of other gods.
Reading Deuteronomy 6 for Thursday, September 7th. God wants His children to teach the law to their children too.
Reading Deuteronomy 5 for Wednesday, September 6th. Moses reminded the Israelites about the 10 Commandments and how they promised to obey them.
Reading Deuteronomy 4 for Tuesday, September 5th. Moses reminded the Israelites to obey God’s commands, to not make or worship idols, to teach these commands to their children, and to just keep doing the right thing.
Reading Deuteronomy 3 for Monday, September 4th. Moses was not allowed to cross over the Jordan but he was allowed to look around and to commission and equip Joshua to continue the work he had done. God said He would fight the battles for the Israelites and give them victory.
Reading Deuteronomy 2 for Saturday, September 2nd. The Israelites wandered around the desert until the last of the fighting men died as God had planned. God also told them who to avoid having war with and from who to go to war with, and acquire land from.
Reading Deuteronomy 1 for Friday, September 1st. Moses explains Israel’s recent history and their fearful and arrogant rebellion, as well as God’s instructions for when they should leave Horeb.