Deuteronomy is the final book of Torah. In Hebrew, Deuteronomy is D’varim and means ‘words.’ D’varim records Moshe’s last words to the Israelites before they enter the Promised Land. He reviews their historic journey through the wilderness, their struggles and challenges along with the instructions Adonai gave them as the nation of Isra’el.
Word – Hebrew: Devar
peech, word, or commandment.’ The word devar is found 711 times in the Hebrew Scriptures. The devar of God is forever. The Ten Commandments are called the Ten Devarim. The fifth book of the Bible known as Deuteronomy is called Devarim in Hebrew for “These are the words Moshe spoke …” (Deuteronomy 1:1). The same devarim became flesh and tabernacled among us as Yeshua (John 1:14).