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Written on Our Hearts – Daily Devotion

Deuteronomy 6:9.
Mezuzah is the Hebrew word for doorframe. In Deuteronomy 6, Moses urged the Israelites to remember the Word of God at all times, which included literally writing it down and putting it on their doorframes. Visit a gate in the Old City of Jerusalem as Dr. John A. Beck explains the significance of the mezuzah for us today.

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Written and performed by Dr. John A. Beck.
Dr. John A. Beck is a scholar, educator, and writer with extensive experience in biblical geography. He has a PhD in theology and Old Testament from Trinity International University and is an adjunct faculty member at Jerusalem University College in Israel. His passion is to make the wisdom of the Bible understandable to Christians, and he has been writing on the topic of biblical geography for more than sixteen years, both within and outside of the Middle East.

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