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Bible Commentaries

Scofield's Reference Notes

Deuteronomy 30

Verse 3

turn thy captivity

The Palestinian Covenant gives the conditions under which Israel entered the land of promise. It is important to see that the nation has never as yet taken the land under the unconditional Abrahamic Covenant, nor has it ever possessed the whole land (cf. Genesis 15:18; Numbers 34:1-12. The Palestinian Covenant is in seven parts.

(1) Dispersion for disobedience, Deuteronomy 30:1; Deuteronomy 28:63-68 (See Scofield "Deuteronomy 28:63-5.28.68- :")

(2) The future repentance of Israel while in the dispersion, Deuteronomy 30:2.

(3) The return of the Lord, Deuteronomy 30:3; Amos 9:9-14; Acts 15:14-17.

(4) Restoration to the land, Deuteronomy 30:5; Isaiah 11:11; Isaiah 11:12; Jeremiah 23:3-8; Ezekiel 37:21-25

(5) National conversion, Deuteronomy 30:6; Romans 11:26; Romans 11:27; Hosea 2:14-16

(6) The judgment of Israel's oppressors, Deuteronomy 30:7; Isaiah 14:1; Isaiah 14:2; Joel 3:1-8; Matthew 25:31-46

(7) National prosperity, Deuteronomy 30:9; Amos 9:11-14

For Another Point of View: See Topic 301242

See, for the other seven covenants:

EDENIC (See Scofield "Amos 9:11-30.9.14- :") ADAMIC See Scofield "Genesis 3:14" ABRAHAMIC See Scofield "Amos 9:11-30.9.14- :" NOAHIC See Scofield "Amos 9:11-30.9.14- :" MOSAIC See Scofield "Amos 9:11-30.9.14- :" DAVIDIC See Scofield "Amos 9:11-30.9.14- :" NEW See Scofield "Amos 9:11-30.9.14- :"

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Bibliographical Information
Scofield, C. I. "Scofield Reference Notes on Deuteronomy 30". "Scofield Reference Notes (1917 Edition)". 1917.