King James Bible
with Catholic Commentary by George Leo Haydock

Deuteronomy 1

The words Moses spake to Israel in the plains of Moab, The promise of Canaan. (1-8) Judges provided for the people. (9-18) Of the sending the spies-God’s anger for their unbelief and disobedience. (19-46)

Deuteronomy 2

The Edomites to be spared. (1-7) The Moabites and Ammonites to be spared. (8-23) The Amorites to be destroyed. (24-37)

Deuteronomy 3

The conquest of Og king of Bashan. (1-11) The land of Gilead and Bashan. (12-20) Moses encourages Joshua. (21-29)

Deuteronomy 4

Earnest exhortations to obedience, and dissuasives from idolatry. (1-23) Warnings against disobedience, and promises of mercy. (24-40) Cities of refuge appointed. (41-49)

Deuteronomy 5

The covenant in Horeb. (1-5) The ten commandments repeated. (6-22) The request of the people that the law might be delivered through Moses. (23-33)

Deuteronomy 6

A persuasive to obedience. (1-3) An exhortation to obedience. (4,5) Obedience taught. (6-16) General precepts, Instructions to be given to their children. (17-25)

Deuteronomy 7

Intercourse with the Canaanites forbidden. (1-11) Promises if they were obedient. (12-26)

Deuteronomy 8

Exhortations and cautions, enforced by the Lord’s former dealings with Israel, and his promises. (1-9) Exhortations and cautions further enforced. (10-20)

Deuteronomy 9

The Israelites not to think their success came by their own worthiness. (1-6) Moses reminds the Israelites of their rebellions. (7-29)

Deuteronomy 10

God’s mercies to Israel after their rebellion. (1-11) An exhortation to obedience. (12-22)

Deuteronomy 11

The great work God wrought for Israel. (1-7) Promises and threatenings. (8-17) Careful study of God’s word requisite. (18-25) The blessings and the curse set forth. (26-32)

Deuteronomy 12

Monuments of idolatry to be destroyed. (1-4) The place of God’s service to be kept. (5-32)

Deuteronomy 13

Enticers to idolatry to be put to death. (1-5) Relations who entice to idolatry not to be spared. (6-11) Idolatrous cities not to be spared. (12-18)

Deuteronomy 14

The Israelites to distinguish themselves from other nations. (1-21) Respecting the application of tithes. (22-29)

Deuteronomy 15

The year of release. (1-11) Concerning the release of servants. (12-18) Respecting the firstlings of cattle. (19-23)

Deuteronomy 16

The yearly feasts. (1-17) Of judges, Groves and images forbidden. (18-22)

Deuteronomy 17

All sacrifices to be perfect, Idolaters must be slain. (1-7) Difficult controversies. (8-13) The choice of a king, His duties. (14-20)

Deuteronomy 18

A provision respecting Levites. (1-8) The abominations of the Canaanites to be avoided. (9-14) Christ the great Prophet. (15-22)

Deuteronomy 19

The cities of refuge, The man-slayer, The murderer. (1-13) Landmarks not to be removed. (14) The punishment of false witnesses. (15-21)

Deuteronomy 20

Exhortation and proclamation respecting those who went to war. (1-9) Peace to be offered, What cities were to be devoted. (10-20)

Deuteronomy 21

The expiation of uncertain murder. (1-9) Respecting a captive taken to wife. (10-14) The first-born not to be disinherited for private affection. (15-17) A stubborn son to be stoned. (18-21) Malefactors not to be left hanging all night. (22,23)

Deuteronomy 22

Of humanity towards brethren. (1-4) Various precepts. (5-12) Against impurity. (13-30)

Deuteronomy 23

Who are shut out from the congregation. (1-8) Cleanliness enjoined. (15-25) Of fugitive servants, Usury, and other precepts. (9-14)

Deuteronomy 24

Of divorce. (1-4) Of new-married persons, Of man-stealers, Of pledges. (5-13) Of justice and generosity. (14-22)

Deuteronomy 25

Extent of punishment. (1-3) The ox that treadeth the corn. (4) Marriage of a brother’s wife. (5-12) Of unjust weights. (13-16) War against Amalek. (17-19)

Deuteronomy 26

Confession in offering the first-fruits. (1-11) The prayer after disposal of the third year’s tithe. (12-15) The covenant between God and the people. (16-19)

Deuteronomy 27

The law to be written on stones in the promised land. (1-10) The curses to be pronounced on mount Ebal. (11-26)

Deuteronomy 28

The blessings for obedience. (1-14) The curses for disobedience. (15-44) Their ruin, if disobedient. (45-68)

Deuteronomy 29

Moses calls Israel’s mercies to remembrance. (1-9) The Divine wrath on those who flatter themselves in their wickedness. (10-21) The ruin of the Jewish nation. (22-28) Secret things belong unto God. (29)

Deuteronomy 30

Mercies promised to the repentant. (1-10) The commandment manifest. (11-14) Death and life set before them. (15-20)

Deuteronomy 31

Moses encourages the people, and Joshua. (1-8) The law to be read every seventh year. (9-13) The Israelites’ apostacy foretold, A song given to be witness against them. (14-22) The law delivered to the Levites. (22-30)

Deuteronomy 32

The song of Moses. (1,2) The character of God, The character of Israel. (3-6) The great things God had done for Israel. (7-14) The wickedness of Israel. (19-25) The judgments which would come upon them for their sins. (15-18) Deserved vengeance withheld. (26-38) God’s deliverance for his people. (39-43) The exhortation with which the song was delivered. (44-47) Moses to go up mount Nebo to die. (48-52)

Deuteronomy 33

The glorious majesty of God. (1-5) The blessings of the twelve tribes. (6-23) Strength to believers. (24,25) The excellency of Israel. (26-29)

Deuteronomy 34

Moses views the promised land from mount Nebo. (1-4) The death and burial of Moses, The mourning of the people. (5-8) Joshua succeeds Moses, The praise of Moses. (9-12)