Passage: Deuteronomy 30:1–30:20
HOME GROUP DISCUSSION
- Moses assumed the Children of Israel were going to experience both the blessings and the curses he had been explaining in this second telling of God's law and our need to follow it. Why? Was he right?
- Moses believed it was possible to "choose life" and achieve a righteousness by following the law. When Paul talks about Deuteronomy 30 in Romans 10:5-9, what does he say about a different kind of righteousness?
- When we hear that Christ is the "end" of the law, does that mean the old testament is now irrelevant? If the meaning of the word "end" is the same as "fulfillment" or "completion," how should we think of the old testament?
- How do we "choose life" today?