Sermon about Covenant: The Land Covenant Deuteronomy 30:1-10

The Land Covenant Deuteronomy 30:1-10

Exegetical Idea: The purpose for God’s dispersion of Israel will be so that Jews will repent and experience the land blessing of Palestinian Covenant.

Prologue: God promised Canaan for Israel as part of the Abrahamic Covenant (Gen. 15:18). In Deuteronomy they are about to experience the “first installment” of that promise by conquering most of the land. After Israel agrees to abide by the Mosaic Covenant (26:16-19) in preparation to enter the Promised Land, God promises the nation blessing for obedience (28:1-14) and cursing for disobedience (28:15-68), including dispersion among the nations (28:64-68).

I. The purpose for Israel’s dispersion will be so that Jews will repent and return to God (30:1-2).

A. God will bless Israel and then curse the nation by dispersing it among the nations (30:1).

B. Israel will repent from sin and return to the Lord (30:2).


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II. The result of Israel’s repentance will be God’s fulfillment of the Land Covenant (30:3-10).

A. God will bring Israel back to the Promised Land (30:3-5a).

B. God will bless Israel like never experienced before that time (30:5b).

C. God will increase the population immensely (30:5c).

D. God will provide His indwelling ministry to empower Israel to love Him (30:6).

E. God will take vengeance upon Israel’s enemies who persecuted the nation (30:7).

F. God will again make Israel an obedient people (30:8).

G. God will bless Israel’s possessions, populations (human and animal), and crops (30:9a)

H. The condition necessary for all these blessings is national repentance and commitment to keep the Mosaic Covenant (30:9b-10).


I. God disciplines His people to bring them to repentance.

A. The Lord has been disciplining Israel for its sin since 722 B.C. and 586 B.C. to bring the nation back to Himself (30:1-2).

B. He also disciplines believers in sin to bring them back to Himself (examples).

Sermon about Covenant: The Land Covenant Deuteronomy 30:1-10

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II. God rewards discipline followed by repentance with blessing. [Formula: D + R = B]

A. Israel’s repentance at Christ’s return will result in the blessings guaranteed by the Land Covenant (30:3-10; Rom. 11:26-27).

B. Disobedient believers who repent after God’s discipline frees Him to bless them in various ways (examples).

Main Idea: God disciplines His people so they will repent and receive His blessings.

 Sermon Outline Yet to Be Preached Dr. Rick Griffith. Edited last 16 March 2017 Single Message.  NLT 30 Minutes

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