Deuteronomy chapter 1

De 1:1-5. Moses’ speech in the end of the fortieth year;
De 1:6-13. briefly rehearsing the history of God’s sending them from Horeb;
De 1:14-18. of giving them officers;
De 1:19-33. of sending the spies to search the land;
De 1:34-40. of his anger for their incredulity;
De 1:41-46. and disobedience.

Deuteronomy chapter 2

De 2:1-8. The story is continued, that they were not to meddle with the Edomites;
De 2:9-15. nor with the Moabites;
De 2:16-23. nor with the Ammonites;
De 2:24-37. but Sihon the Amorite was subdued by them.

Deuteronomy chapter 3

De 3:1-10. The conquest of Og, king of Bashan.
De 3:11. The size of his bed.
De 3:12-22. The distribution of his lands to the two tribes and half.
De 3:23-25. Moses prays to enter into the land.
De 3:26-29. He is permitted to see it.

Deuteronomy chapter 4

De 4:1-40. An exhortation to obedience.
De 4:41-43. Moses appoints the three cities of refuge on that side of Jordan.
De 4:44-49. Recapitulation.

Deuteronomy chapter 5

De 5:1-5. The covenant in Horeb.
De 5:6-22. The ten commandments.
De 5:23-33. At the people’s request Moses receives the law from God.

Deuteronomy chapter 6

De 6:1-2. The end of the law is obedience.
De 6:3-19. An exhortation thereto.
De 6:20-25. What they are to teach their children.

Deuteronomy chapter 7

De 7:1-4. All communion with the nations is forbidden;
De 7:5. for fear of idolatry;
De 7:6-8. for the holiness of the people;
De 7:9-16. for the nature of God in his mercy and justice;
De 7:17-26. for the assuredness of victory which God will give over them.

Deuteronomy chapter 8

De 8:1-20. An exhortation to obedience in regard of God’s mercy and goodness in his dealings with Israel.

Deuteronomy chapter 9

De 9:1-29. Moses dissuades them from the opinion of their own righteousness, by rehearsing their several rebellions.

Deuteronomy chapter 10

De 10:1-5. God’s mercy in restoring the two tables;
De 10:6-7. in continuing the priesthood;
De 10:8-9. in separating the tribe of Levi;
De 10:10-11. in hearkening unto Moses’ suit for his people.
De 10:12-22. An exhortation to obedience.

Deuteronomy chapter 11

De 11:1. An exhortation to obedience;
De 11:2-7. by their own experience of God’s great works;
De 11:8-15. by promise of God’s great blessings;
De 11:16-17. and by threatenings.
De 11:18-25. A careful study is required in God’s words.
De 11:26-32. The blessing and curse set before them.

Deuteronomy chapter 12

De 12:1-3. Monuments of idolatry are to be destroyed.
De 12:4-14. The place of God’s service to be kept.
De 12:15. Blood is forbidden.
De 12:16. Blood is forbidden.
De 12:17. Holy things must be eaten in the holy place.
De 12:18. Holy things must be eaten in the holy place.
De 12:19. The Levite is not to be forsaken.
De 12:20-25. Blood is forbidden.
De 12:26-28. Holy things must be eaten in the holy place.
De 12:29-32. Idolatry is not to be enquired after.

Deuteronomy chapter 13

De 13:1-5. Enticers to idolatry;
De 13:6-8. how near soever unto thee;
De 13:9-11. are to be stoned to death.
De 13:12-18. Idolatrous cities are not to be spared.

Deuteronomy chapter 14

De 14:1-2. God’s children are not to disfigure themselves in mourning.
De 14:3. What may, and what may not be eaten;
De 14:4-8. of beasts;
De 14:9-10. of fishes;
De 14:11-20. of fowls.
De 14:21. That which dieth of itself may not be eaten.
De 14:22. Tithes of divine service.
De 14:23-27. Tithes and firstlings to be eaten before the Lord.
De 14:28-29. The third year’s tithe of alms and charity.

Deuteronomy chapter 15

De 15:1-6. The seventh year a year of release for the poor.
De 15:7-11. It must be no let of lending or giving.
De 15:12-18. An Hebrew servant, except he will not depart, must in the seventh year go forth free and well furnished.
De 15:19-23. All firstling males of the cattle are to be sanctified unto the Lord.

Deuteronomy chapter 16

De 16:1-8. The feast of the passover,
De 16:9-12. of weeks,
De 16:13-15. of tabernacles.
De 16:16-17. Every male must offer, as he is able, at these three feasts.
De 16:18-20. Of judges and justice.
De 16:21-22. Groves and images are forbidden.

Deuteronomy chapter 17

De 17:1. The things sacrificed must be sound.
De 17:2-7. Idolaters must be slain.
De 17:8-11. Hard controversies are to be determined by the priests and judges.
De 17:12-13. The contemner of that determination must die.
De 17:14-15. The election;
De 17:16-20. and duty of a king.

Deuteronomy chapter 18

De 18:1-2. The LORD is the priests and Levites’ inheritance.
De 18:3-5. The priests’ due.
De 18:6-8. The Levites’ portion.
De 18:9-14. The abominations of the nations are to be avoided.
De 18:15-19. Christ the Prophet is to be heard.
De 18:20-22. The presumptuous prophet is to die.

Deuteronomy chapter 19

De 19:1-3. The cities of refuge.
De 19:4-13. The privilege thereof for the manslayer.
De 19:14. The land-mark is not to be removed.
De 19:15. Two witnesses at the least are required.
De 19:16-21. The punishment of a false witness.

Deuteronomy chapter 20

De 20:1-4. The priest’s exhortation to encourage the people to battle.
De 20:5-9. The officers’ proclamation of who are to be dismissed from the war.
De 20:10-15. How to use the cities that accept or refuse the proclamation of peace.
De 20:16-18. What cities must be devoted.
De 20:19-20. Trees of man’s meat must not be destroyed in the siege.

Deuteronomy chapter 21

De 21:1-9. The expiation of an uncertain murder.
De 21:10-14. The usage of a captive taken to wife.
De 21:15-17. The first-born is not to be disinherited upon private affection.
De 21:18-21. A rebellious son is to be stoned to death.
De 21:22-23. The malefactor must not hang all night on a tree.

Deuteronomy chapter 22

De 22:1-4. Of humanity towards brethren.
De 22:5. The sex is to be distinguished by apparel.
De 22:6-7. The dam is not to be taken with her young ones.
De 22:8. The house must have battlements.
De 22:9-11. Confusion is to be avoided.
De 22:12. Fringes upon the vesture.
De 22:13-21. The punishment of him that slanders his wife.
De 22:22. Of adultery;
De 22:23-27. of rape;
De 22:28-29. of fornication;
De 22:30. of incest.

Deuteronomy chapter 23

De 23:1-8. Who may or may not enter into the congregation.
De 23:9-14. Uncleanness is to be avoided in the host.
De 23:15-16. Of the fugitive servant.
De 23:17. Of filthiness.
De 23:18. Of abominable sacrifices.
De 23:19-20. Of usury.
De 23:21-23. Of vows.
De 23:24-25. Of trespasses.

Deuteronomy chapter 24

De 24:1-4. Of divorce.
De 24:5. A new married man goes not to war.
De 24:6. Of pledges.
De 24:7. Of man-stealers.
De 24:8-9. Of leprosy.
De 24:10-13. Of pledges.
De 24:14-15. The hire is to be given.
De 24:16-18. Of justice.
De 24:19-22. Of charity.

Deuteronomy chapter 25

De 25:1-3. Stripes must not exceed forty.
De 25:4. The ox is not to be muzzled.
De 25:5-10. Of raising seed unto a brother.
De 25:11-12. Of the immodest woman.
De 25:13-16. Of unjust weights and measures.
De 25:17-19. The memory of Amalek is to be blotted out.

Deuteronomy chapter 26

De 26:1-11. The confession of him that offers the basket of first-fruits.
De 26:12-15. The prayer of him that gives his third year’s tithes.
De 26:16-19. The covenant between God and his people.

Deuteronomy chapter 27

De 27:1-4. The people are commanded to write the law upon stones,
De 27:5-10. and to build an altar of whole stones.
De 27:11-13. The tribes to be divided on Gerizim and Ebal.
De 27:14-26. The curses to be pronounced on mount Ebal.

Deuteronomy chapter 28

De 28:1-14. The blessings for obedience.
De 28:15-68. The curses for disobedience.

Deuteronomy chapter 29

De 29:1-9. Moses exhorts them to obedience, by the memory of the works they had seen.
De 29:10-17. All are presented before the Lord to enter into his covenant.
De 29:18-28. The great wrath on him that flatters himself in his wickedness.
De 29:29. Secret things belong unto God.

Deuteronomy chapter 30

De 30:1-10. Great mercies promised unto the penitent.
De 30:11-14. The commandment is manifest.
De 30:15-20. Death and life are set before them.

Deuteronomy chapter 31

De 31:1-6. Moses encourages the people.
De 31:7-8. He encourages Joshua.
De 31:9-13. He delivers the law unto the priests to be read in the seventh year to the people.
De 31:14-18. God gives a charge to Joshua;
De 31:19-23. and a song to testify against the people.
De 31:24-27. Moses delivers the book of the law to the Levites to keep.
De 31:28-30. He makes a protestation.

Deuteronomy chapter 32

De 32:1-45. Moses song, which sets forth God’s mercy and vengeance.
De 32:46-47. He exhorts them to set their hearts upon it.
De 32:48-52. God sends him up to mount Nebo, to see the land, and to die.

Deuteronomy chapter 33

De 33:1-5. The majesty of God.
De 33:6-25. The blessings of the twelve tribes.
De 33:26-29. The excellency of Israel.

Deuteronomy chapter 34

De 34:1-4. Moses from mount Nebo views the land.
De 34:5. He dies there.
De 34:6. His burial.
De 34:7. His age.
De 34:8. Thirty days’ mourning for him
De 34:9. Joshua succeeds him.
De 34:10-12. The praise of Moses.