Today’s Old Testament chronological reading is in Deuteronomy 23 and 24.
The Psalms/ Proverbs reading is in Psalm 109.
The New Testament reading is in John 9.
There is so much uncovered in the Deuteronomy teaching on the Ten Commandments linked in previous studies below, that I am not doing new notes temporarily. God’s Word is amazing – let’s soak in as much as we can.
The Deuteronomy outline of teaching on the Ten Commandments.
Deu 6:4-11:25, First commandment, Worship YHVH only, explained
Deu 11:26-14:29, Second and Third commandments, Prohibition on idolatry and profanity, explained
Deu 15:1-16:17, Fourth commandment, Honor the Sabbath, explained
Deu 16:18-18:22, Fifth commandment, Honor father and mother, explained
Deu 19:1-21:9, Sixth commandment, Do not murder, explained
Deu 21:10-23:14, Seventh commandment, Do not commit adultery, explained
Deu 23:15-24:7, Eighth commandment, Do not steal, explained
Deu 24:8-9, Ninth commandment, Do not bear false witness, explained
Deu 24:10-26:15, Tenth commandment, Do not covet, explained
Links to previous studies.
Deu 23 and 24, 7th through 10th commandments examples
Deu 21:10-25:19, 7th through 10th commandments explained
Deu 23:15-24:7, Do not steal
Deu 23:15-16, Escaped slaves
Deu 23:17-23, Thefts against YHVH
Deu 23:24-25, Theft of income
Deu 24:1-4, Divorce and remarriage
Deu 24:5-6, Do not steal the life of the family
Deu 24:7, Persons are not property
Deu 23:15-24:7, Eighth commandment chiastic structure
Deu 24:8-9, Do not bear false witness
Deu 24:8-9, Tzaraas, or the evil tongue
Deu 24:8-9, Ninth commandment chiastic structure
Deu 24:10-26:15, Do not covet
Deu 24:10-22, What is due the disadvantaged
Psalm 109, Overlapping structures
Psalm 109, The mouth of the wicked
John 9:1-41, Chiastic structure