This morning in our men’s bible study, we started studying Deuteronomy. As such, our discussion strayed towards Moses’ not only not making it into the promised land, but having to see the land he would never enter. This is most often read as a torturous punishment, that God shows Moses the Promised Land to exacerbate his sorrow. Nothing has convinced me that this reading is faulty more than Martin Luther King’s last speech. Here King reflects on his joy of knowing that his people will enjoy what he will not see. He says at the end of that speech:http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkivebeentothemountaintop.htm
This morning in our men’s bible study, we started studying Deuteronomy. As such, our discussion s
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