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Lesson 11: Deuteronomy in the Later Writings (2 Kings 22, Micah 6) — Do you like to be quoted? I’m assuming this in a positive way, as opposed to being reported for something you should not have said! Generally, when you are quoted it shows that what you said was important. It could be used to benefit the lives of others. Many professionals write articles for professional or public interest journals. If your article gets quoted by some other source, that shows the value of your original article. Did you know that the Old Testament does the same thing? Later writers sometimes quote from earlier writers of the Bible. This week we turn our attention to statements made in Deuteronomy that are quoted elsewhere in the Old Testament. If something in Deuteronomy is worthy of a second appearance in the Bible, it must be important! Let’s plunge into our study of the Bible to explore some of these quotations from Deuteronomy! More...

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