6:1-11:25. Injunctions On Entry Into Land.
b  O  6:1-3. Conditions of blessing.
    P  e  6:4,5. "Hear, O Israel."
        f  6:6. "These words" (heart).
         g  i  6:7. "You shall teach."
             k  6:8. "You shall bind."
              h  6:9. "You shall write."
               Q1  l1  6:10-7:26. Warnings.
                    m1  8:1-9. Command to remember.
               Q3  l2  8:10-20. Warnings.
                    m2  9:1-. Command to hear.
               Q3  l3  9:-1-10:11. Warnings.
                    m3  10:12-11:12. Command to obey.
    P  e  11:13-17. "You all shall hear."
        f  11:18-. "These My words" (heart).
         g   k  11:-18. "Bind them."
            i  11:19. "You all shall teach them."
              h  11:20,21. "You shall write them."
   O  11:22-25. Conditions of blessings.

1452 B.C.
Deuteronomy 6)

1: Now these are (Heb. "this is") the commandments, the ordinances, and the duties and punishments, which the Lord (Yahaveh) your God (Elohim) commanded to teach you, that you all might do them in the land to which place you all go to possess it:
2: That you might revere the Lord Your God, to keep all His ordinances and his commandments, which I command you, you, and your son, and your son's son, all the days of your life; and that your days may be prolonged.
3: Hear therefore, O Israel, and observe to do it; that it may be well with you, and that you all may increase mightily, according as the Lord God of your fathers has promised you, in the land that flows with milk and honey (cp. Gen. 17:8. Ex. 3:8,17; 1:5; 33:3. Num. 13:27; 14:8; 16:13,14. Josh. 5:6. Jer. 11:5; 32:22. Ezek. 20:6,15).

(4-9. One of the 4 Phylacteries. Ex. 13:1-10; 13:11-16. Deut. 6:4-9; 11:13-21. See Ex. 13:1. Second pair 11:13-21.)

4: Hear, O Israel (in the Heb. text this word [sham'a] has the last letter majuscular [i.e. larger than the others] and also the last letter of the last word ['echad], to emphasis "the first and great commandment" [Matt. 22:38. Mark 12:29,30]. These two letters taken together make 'ed = "a witness", because God is a witness and looks on the heart [1 Sam.16:7]. In Heb. shem'a yisrael yehova elheyu yehova echad = "Hear, O Israel, Yahaveh the Self and ever existing One, our Elohim is one Yahaveh"): the Lord our God is one Lord (Heb. 'ehad = a compound unity [Latin unus] = one made up of others: Gen. 1:5, one of seven; 2:11, one of four; 2:21, one of 24; 2:24, one made up of two; 3:22, one of the Trinity; 49:16, one of twelve; Num.13:23, one of a cluster. So Ps.34:20 &c. It i not yahd, which is [Latin] unicus, unique-a single, or only one, occurs 12 times; Gen. 22:2,12,16. Judg. 11:34. Ps. 22:20; 25:16; 35:17; 68:6. Prov. 4:3. Jer. 6:26. Amos 8:10. Zech. 12:10. Hebrew of all other words for "one" is 'echad):
5: And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart (the Law founded on love), and with all your soul, and with all your might.

6: And these words, which I command you this day (see 4:26), shall be in your heart:

7: And you shall teach them diligently to your children (Heb. "sharpen" or "whet" = rub them in by repetition), and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise up.

8: And you shall bind them for a sign upon your hands (still practiced today by orthodox Jews), and they shall be as frontlets (Greek phylacteries = guards or watch-posts) between your eyes.

9: And you shall write (see Ex. 17:4) them upon the door-posts of your house, and on your gates (Heb. mezzh. Used today, for cases containing the Phylactery).

6:10-7:26. Warnings. Prospective.
l1  n1  o1  6:10,11. Hypothesis. Possession.
         p1  6:12-18-. Warning. Forgetfulness.
          q1  6:-18,19. Reason: "that."
    n2  o2  6:20. Hypothesis. Inquiry of son.
         p2  6:21-23-. Direction as to answer.
          q2  6:-23-25. Reason: "that."
    n3  o3  7:1,2-. Hypothesis. Possession.
         p3  7:-2-5. Injunction. Destroy.
          q3  7:6-11. Reason: "For."
    n4  o4  7:12-. Hypothesis. Obedience.
         p4  7:-12-15. Blessing: "that."
          q4  7:16. Injunction. Not to spare.
    n5  o5  7:17. Hypothesis. Inability.
         p5  7:18-21-. Injunction. Not to fear.
          q5  7:-21-26. Reason: "for."

10: And it shall be, when the Lord your God shall have brought you into the land which He swore to your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob (note inclusion of all 3 patriarchs, see 1:8), to give you great and goodly cities, which you did not build,
11: And houses full of all good things, which you filled not, and wells dug, which you dug not, vineyards and olive trees, which you planted not; when you shall have eaten and be full;

12: Then beware lest you forget the Lord, which brought you forth out of the land of Egypt, from the house of bondage.
13: (should read: "the Lord your God, Him shall you reverence, and Him shall you serve, and by His name shall you swear.") You shall reverence the Lord your God, and serve Him, and shall swear by His name.
14: You all shall not go after other gods, of the gods of the people which are round about you;
15: {For the Lord your God is a jealous GOD among you} lest the anger of the Lord your God be kindled against you, and exterminate you from off the face of the earth (Heb.'adamah, ground, cultivated land).
16: You all shall not try the Lord your God (by questioning Yahaveh's presence. This was the point in Matt. 4:7. Quoted by the Lord to Satan, and changed to sing. by adaptation.), according as you all tried Him in Massah (cp. Ex. 17:2-7).
17: You shall diligently keep the commandments of the Lord your God, and His testimonies, and His ordinances, which He has commanded you.
18: And you shall do that which is right and good in the sight of the Lord:

that it may be well with you, and that you may go in and possess the good land which the Lord (Yehovah) swore to your fathers,
19: To cast out all your enemies from before you, as the Lord has spoken.

20: And when your son asks you in time to come (Heb. "tomorrow", definite date put for indefinite), saying, 'What mean the testimonies, and the ordinances, and the duties an punishments, which the Lord our God has commanded you?'
21: Then you shall say to your son, 'We were Pharaoh's bondmen in Egypt; and the Lord brought us out of Egypt with a mighty hand:
22: And the Lord showed signs and wonders, great and sore (Heb. r'a = inflicted evil, not moral. Cp. Jer. 18:11. Amos 3:6, and see note on Isa.45:7), upon Egypt, upon Pharaoh, and upon all his household, before our eyes:
23: And He brought us out from that place,

that He might bring us in, to give us the land which He swore to our fathers.
24: And the Lord commanded us to do all these ordinances, to revere (or love) the Lord our God, for our good always (= for all time, Heb. all the days), that He might preserve us alive, as it is at this day.
25: And it shall be our righteousness (this is superseded by Rom. 10:4,5. Gal. 3:12. That true then: this true now. No discrepancy if the Dispensations are rightly divided according to 2 Tim. 2:15), if we observe to do all these commandments before the Lord our God, as He has commanded us.'

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