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Now - This marks a new direction in Moses' discourse of instruction, exhortation and warning, which as discussed below is one that is based on the truths in the previous review of Israel's 40 year wilderness journey from Deuteronomy 1:6 to Deuteronomy ("in the valley opposite Beth-peor"). (Tyndale Bible Commentary - OT) Eugene Merrill adds that "The connection between Dt 4:1–40 and what precedes it is clear from the introductory formula wĕ‘attâ - 06258 (lit., “and now”), a use of the logical particle or adverb that builds the argument of the present passage on what has gone before.In this discourse we see God's faithfulness and omnipotence to bring His possession (Dt , Ex 19:5) to the precipice of entering the Promised Land. That is, the exhortation is not delivered in a vacuum but finds its orientation in the historical review.Having traced the course of Israel's forty years in the desert, Moses then drew conclusions from that experience and urged a course of action for the present and future.

Keep on listening to the statutes and the judgments all the days of your life.Most of the people are buried out there in the wilderness, or their bones are bleaching under the desert sun.The new generation is ready now to go into the Promised Land, but before they enter, Moses reviews the wilderness experiences and pleads with them to obey God who loves them.David Larson - The purpose of those (Ed: Like Moses) who share the “oracles of God” is not primarily to help people with their problems; it is to speak for God Who is ultimately the only Help (cp Ps 121:1-8-note). Confess (1 Jn 1:9-note) and He will give ear to your prayers.

(shama - here in Dt 4:1 a command not a suggestion) is a key word in Deuteronomy and is used 31x in 31v the first time in Dt ("you would not listen") and the second in Dt where God "would not listen" to Israel's pleas because of disobedience. The best known use of "listen" is in the so-called "Shema" (after the first word in the verse below "shema" - hear) which is the very heart of Jewish confession and faith.NOTE: This Verse by Verse Commentary page is part of an ongoing project to add notes to each verse of the Bible.