Introduction

\\INTRODUCTION TO DEUTERONOMY 10\\

In this chapter an account is given of an order to Moses to hew two
tables of stone, on which the Lord would write the words that were on
the first, and to make an ark and put them into it, all which was
accordingly done, \\#De 10:1-5\\ and of some of the journeys of the
children of Israel, \\#De 10:6,7\\ and of the separation of the tribe
of Levi to the service of the sanctuary, \\#De 10:8,9\\ and
of Moses's stay in the mount forty days and nights, and his
success there, and the direction he had to lead on the people of
Israel towards Canaan's land, \\#De 10:10,11\\ and who by various
arguments are exhorted to fear the Lord, and serve him, and keep his
commands, \\#De 10:12-22\\.