Introduction

\\INTRODUCTION TO DEUTERONOMY 3\\

In this chapter the account is carried on of the conquest of the
Amorites by Israel, of Og king of Bashan, and his kingdom,
\\#De 3:1-11\\, and of the distribution of their country to the tribes of
Reuben and Gad and the half tribe of Manasseh, \\#De 1:12-17\\ and then
the command to the said tribes is observed, to go out armed before
their brethren, and assist them in the conquest of the land of Canaan,
and then return to their possessions, \\#De 3:18-20\\ and also that
to Joshua not to fear, but to do to the Canaanitish kings and kingdoms
what he had seen done to the two kings of the Amorites, \\#De 3:21,22\\.
After which Moses relates the request he made, to go over
Jordan and see the good land, which was denied him, only he is bidden
to look from the top of an hill to see it, \\#De 3:23-27\\. And the
chapter is closed with the charge he was to give Joshua, \\#De 3:28\\
which was received in the valley where they abode, \\#De 3:29\\.