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90 Day Challenge Day 13

Read Numbers 32:20 – Deuteronomy 7


  • Review of the Exodus
  • Possessing the land
  • Cities for the Levites
  • Cities of Refuge
  • Inheritance
  • Review of the post-Exodus
  • Plea to Obey
  • 10 Commandments repeated
  • The Shema
  • Warnings and Promises

Trivia Question: The Shema is found in Deuteronomy 6, what does “shema” mean?

One Response

  1. The Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4) is an affirmation for the Israelites that the Lord is their God and there is only one God. I would take it a step further and suggest that it also affirms that the Israelites are the chosen people. Jewish people today use this verse as an opening for their daily prayers.

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