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Deuteronomy 2 Commentary

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Deuteronomy 2:1-8 meaning

Moses continues with Israel's history and recalls their first act of obedience since they left Horeb. As the Israelites finally decided to obey God's command to set out for the wilderness, God instructed them to be respectful of the Edomites, their kinsmen. Having given the Edomites their portions, God wanted the Israelites to conquer only what He had promised to give to them.

Deuteronomy 2:9-15 meaning

As Moses continues his history lesson, he reminds the Israelites of God’s command not to molest the Moabites because, like the Edomites, they are Israel’s kinsmen. Their land was allocated to them by the LORD.

Deuteronomy 2:16-23 meaning

In recounting Israel’s history up to this point, Moses reminds them of the time when God told them not to molest the Ammonites because, like the Edomites and the Moabites, they are Israel’s kinsmen. Their land was given to them by the LORD.

Deuteronomy 2:24-25 meaning

Moses reminds the Israelites of the time when God commanded them to confront Sihon in order to take possession of his land.

Deuteronomy 2:26-31 meaning

Moses continues his history lesson with a reminder of the LORD hardening the spirit and heart of King Sihon to deliver him into the hands of the Israelites.

Deuteronomy 2:32-37 meaning

Moses reminds the Israelites of the time when the LORD allowed them to defeat King Sihon and the Amorites in order to occupy their land.