Deuteronomy 31
Bible Study Questions

1. How does Moses’ acknowledgment of his age and limitations demonstrate humility?

2. Why might God have chosen Joshua as Moses' successor?

3. How does the promise of God's presence empower leaders?

4. What significance does the public commissioning of Joshua hold for the Israelites?

5. Why is it important to regularly revisit and read God's laws and commandments?

6. How does the song serve as a witness to the people's relationship with God?

7. In what ways can the Word of God act as a testimony in our lives today?

8. What are the consequences of turning away from God, as predicted for the Israelites?

9. How can we ensure a legacy of faithfulness in our own leadership roles?

10. How does God’s assurance to Joshua mirror the promises we receive in today's context?

11. Why is it crucial for leaders to prepare their successors?

12. In a world with many distractions, how can we keep God's Word central in our lives?

13. How does the anticipation of Israel’s disobedience resonate with human nature?

14. What steps can we take to prevent ourselves from becoming spiritually complacent?

15. In what ways do songs and hymns shape our spiritual journey today?

16. How can we respond when we see signs of apostasy or disobedience in our community?

17. How do modern leaders embody or lack the attributes seen in Moses and Joshua?

18. How can we ensure that our transitions in life, whether big or small, remain God-centered?

19. In the face of inevitable challenges, how can we bolster our faith and reliance on God's Word?

20. Reflecting on this chapter, how would you define a 'Godly leader' in today's society?

Bible Hub Chapter Summaries and Bible Study Questions

Deuteronomy 30
Top of Page
Top of Page