The Word Moses Loved Most

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  • One Day at a Time

    The word “today” appears 59 times in Deuteronomy – far more than in any other biblical book. In some cases, Moses uses “today” to mean “in our time,” but mostly, “today” is used to mean “right now.” The original Hebrew word for “today” spoken by Moses is ha-yom (הַיּוֹם), which literally means “the day.” Moses’ repetition of this word is meant to calm the people: take it one day at a time.

    Seize This Very Day

    Moses knew this speech was his last chance to persuade the people to live moral lives. The forty years in the wilderness had been difficult, but he did not want to focus on the sins of the past. Moses knew that the upcoming conquest of Canaan would be challenging, but he did not want to focus on the fear of the future. He wanted the people to focus only on the here and now.

    Begin Discovering Hebrew Today

    This is an important lesson for strengthening our relationship with God. Studying all of Scripture may seem daunting, but if you focus on today and just get started, the angst melts away. When it comes to Scripture, there is no better tool for enhancing your understanding of the Bible than Hebrew. Today is the day to begin your discovery of the original language of the Bible by enrolling in our Biblical Hebrew course.

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