Understanding the Scriptures
|Distil (v. 2)||Come down|
|Ascribe (v. 3)||The act of acknowledging|
|Requite (v. 6)||Repay|
|Bounds (v. 8)||Limits|
|Jeshurun (v. 15)||A name meaning “the upright one,” referring to Israel as a people|
|Abhorred (v. 19)||Strongly disliked|
|Vanities (v. 21)||Self-serving, selfish acts|
|Mischiefs (v. 23)||Troubles, evils|
|Void (v. 28)||Empty|
|Gall (v. 32)||Bitter|
|Vengeance (vv. 35, 41, 43)||Judgment|
|Recompence (v. 35)||Repayment|
|Vain thing (v. 47)||Something of little value|
Studying the Scriptures
Do activities A–C as you study Deuteronomy 31–32.
Find a Song Title
Deuteronomy 32 is called the “song of Moses.” As you read through the chapter, look for phrases that you think could be a good hymn title. List at least four titles.
How Does Music Help You Stay Righteous?
Of all that the Lord could have given the Israelites, why do you think He gave them a song to help them remember Him and to be a testimony to them?
Write in your notebook the words of a Church hymn or song that helps you want to keep the commandments and remember the Lord. If you don’t have the words memorized, try to learn them this week so you can sing the song to yourself in time of need.
Notice how many times the word rock is used in the song of Moses. According to 1 Corinthians 10:1–4, what is the Rock?
List what this song says about the Rock.