D E U T E R O N O M Y
In this chapter we have the second edition of the
ten commandments. I. The general intent of them; they were in the
nature of a covenant between God and Israel, ver. 1-5. II. The particular precepts are
repeated (ver. 6-21), with
the double delivery of them, both by word and writing, ver. 22. III. The settling of the
correspondence thenceforward between God and Israel, by the
mediation and ministry of Moses. 1. It was Israel's humble petition
that it might be so, ver.
23-27. 2. It was God's gracious grant that it should be
so, ver. 28-31. And hence
he infers the obligation they were under to obedience, ver. 32, 33.