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Chapter Summary: Deuteronomy Chapter 14 Summary

Welcome to Deuteronomy chapter 14 summary. In this chapter, Moses gave ordinances and rules the children of Israel were to adhere to while in the land. They were not to do things to their bodies to commemorate the dead.

Why,? because they are a holy people to their God. God chose them to Himself to be a peculiar people above all the nations on the earth. They were to watch their diet, meaning they couldn’t eat any abominable thing. This chapter outlines the same dietary practice found in Leviticus the 11th chapter.

The beast of the earth must chew the cud and split the hoof for it to be consumed. The beast or animals of the water must have fin and scales for it to be consumed.

Deuteronomy Chapter 14 Summary

Birds or fowls of the air must come from a specific kind, avoiding night birds, predatory birds, and scavenger birds (especially blood scavenger).

Holy citizens of the Kingdom of Israel do not eat beast that had died on their own; instead, they were allowed to give it to the stranger with them or sell to a foreigner. That sounds bad, but we’re talking about a separate people here, holy to God.

The chapter transitions into tithing. The Israelites are supposed to tithe all the increase of their seed that the field brought forward year by year. They also were to remember to take care of the Levite, the stranger, the fatherless, and the widow within their gates.

This is the summary of Deuteronomy chapter 14.

Selah

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