Need some background info on this series? See here and here.
I read Deuteronomy using my Chronological Bible after the book of Numbers. I hate to keep repeating this, but here is yet again another one of the books that I always struggled to get through when I would start reading the Bible at Genesis (and that is if I made it through Leviticus and Numbers). But one of the churches we went to when searching for a church home was doing a walkthrough of Deuteronomy, and it piqued my interest. While reading it, I found so many gems, and it was a bit shocking how much it talked about the Word of God. According to Crossway, it takes 2 hours and 24 minutes to read the book of Deuteronomy.
Just a reminder, it’s best to let scripture interpret scripture. I like these resources because they help me better understand scripture, but I may not agree with everything they say. As in all things, pray and invite God to help you in your time of reading and studying. Allow the Holy Spirit to guide you and use discernment when using resources outside of the Bible itself. “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15 NIV)
Here are some additional resources I recommend looking into after you read Deuteronomy through on your own:
Drop me a comment if you have taken the 2 hours and 24 minutes to read Deuteronomy. Do you know any other great resources for this book? Leave them below!