Deuteronomy Chapter 7
1 When the LORD thy God shall bring thee into the land whither thou goest to possess it, and hath cast out many nations before thee, the Hittites, and the Girgashites, and the Amorites, and the Canaanites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites, seven nations greater and mightier than thou;
8 But because the LORD loved you, and because he would keep the oath which he had sworn unto your fathers, hath the LORD brought you out with a mighty hand, and redeemed you out of the house of bondmen, from the hand of Pharaoh king of Egypt.
13 And he will love thee, and bless thee, and multiply thee: he will also bless the fruit of thy womb, and the fruit of thy land, thy corn, and thy wine, and thine oil, the increase of thy kine, and the flocks of thy sheep, in the land which he sware unto thy fathers to give thee.
19 The great temptations which thine eyes saw, and the signs, and the wonders, and the mighty hand, and the stretched out arm, whereby the LORD thy God brought thee out: so shall the LORD thy God do unto all the people of whom thou art afraid.
25 The graven images of their gods shall ye burn with fire: thou shalt not desire the silver or gold that is on them, nor take it unto thee, lest thou be snared therein: for it is an abomination to the LORD thy God.
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Matthew Henry's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 Bible commentary...
Intercourse with the Canaanites forbidden. (1-11) Promises if they were obedient. (12-26)1-11 Here is a strict caution against all friendship and fellowship with idols and idolaters. Those who are in communion with God, must have no communication with the unfruitful works of darkness. Limiting the orders to destroy, to the nations here mentioned, plainly shows that after ages were not to draw this into a precedent. A proper understanding of the evil of sin, and of the mystery of a crucified Saviour, will enable us to perceive the justice of God in all his punishments, temporal and eternal. We must deal decidedly with our lusts that war against our souls; let us not show them any mercy, but mortify, and crucify, and utterly destroy them. Thousands in the world that now is, have been undone by ungodly marriages; for there is more likelihood that the good will be perverted, than that the bad will be converted. Those who, in choosing yoke-fellows, keep not within the bounds of a profession of religion, cannot promise themselves helps meet for them.
12-26 We are in danger of having fellowship with the works of darkness if we take pleasure in fellowship with those who do such works. Whatever brings us into a snare, brings us under a curse. Let us be constant to our duty, and we cannot question the constancy of God's mercy. Diseases are God's servants; they go where he sends them, and do what he bids them. It is therefore good for the health of our bodies, thoroughly to mortify the sin of our souls; which is our rule of duty. Yet sin is never totally destroyed in this world; and it actually prevails in us much more than it would do, if we were watchful and diligent. In all this the Lord acts according to the counsel of his own will; but that counsel being hid from us, forms no excuse for our sloth and negligence, of which it is in no degree the cause. We must not think, that because the deliverance of the church, and the destruction of the enemies of the soul, are not done immediately, therefore they will never be done. God will do his own work in his own method and time; and we may be sure that they are always the best. Thus corruption is driven out of the hearts of believers by little and little. The work of sanctification is carried on gradually; but at length there will be a complete victory. Pride, security, and other sins that are common effects of prosperity, are enemies more dangerous than beasts of the field, and more apt to increase upon us.
Peter Neple's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 comment about verse 15 on 8/24/2014, 1:46pm...
Whenever I am ill I 'll ask God to take away the illnesses and also prevents another sickness from attacking me. And He will do it because He is faithful.
Pansy Blackwell's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 comment about verse 3 on 8/18/2014, 8:41am...
My opinion is It is a sin for a Jew to marry a non Jew, of any nationality.
Ken's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 comment about verse 14 on 5/25/2014, 8:20pm...
if cattles are going to be blessed that they are going to be fruitfull and not going to be barren,why me human. i stand upon this word and declear that my house hold are rich ,woman will have good and lovely husband,have kids not like than but greater and wiser than their grand father,the man are going to be man of decision makers,take responsibility, all of the would have long life with respect and reputation,have wisdom in any corner of life. Amen.
Jen's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 comment on 2/24/2014, 12:03pm...
God is not speaking of race literally we have to remember that the bible is a spiritual book to be revealed to us by the Spirit of God We are to worship God in spirit only it is a spiritual journey God wants us to hear His voice the word that He would give to us as we look to Him in our daily lives If we are looking to Him in our everyday lives endeavouring to hear His voice seeking Him out i e going after Him in prayer crying out to Him in whatever situation we are in He will be our saviour in that situation He is faithful to those who are faithful What an awesome beautiful loving kind generous bountiful God we have
Jean's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 comment on 2/14/2014, 10:25am...
All the nations cast out in verse 1 were Black Gentile people. There is no such people as Aryan Christians = Israelites. The true Hebrew Israelites today are still Black people scattered around the four corners of the world. Negroes in America are from the tribe of Judah and are Hebrew Israelites. Because of our disobedience and Idolatry, the 12 tribes of Jacob were scattered, cast into slavery, and have lost complete knowledge of ourselves. But in the last days (which we are now living) the great I AM will bring us back into the fold, and reveal to the world who His chosen people have always been. Aryan is a member or descendant of the prehistoric people who spoke Indo-European. They are are non-Jewish Caucasian, especially of Nordic stock. Yet we are all God's children both Jews and Gentiles, because of the birth, death, and resurrection of Yahshuah (Jesus).
Bobby cobb's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 comment about verse 3 on 1/10/2014, 11:22pm...
i like it i use it one my face book an share it
Sonya's Deuteronomy Chapter 7 comment on 11/19/2013, 9:18am...
I believe that God loves everyone. Everything comes from God. We as humans see race/color. God only sees the sin. So we should be able to mix race because at the end of the day God is still God and we r still disobedience people
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