What Is Meant by the Term Media Convergence with Regard to Business, and How Has It Affected Everyday Life?

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The Book of Nehemiah is narrative that continues the history of the Israelites after they return from exile. Nehemiah prays to God about Jerusalem and God’s promises. Nehemiah is sent from Babylon to Jerusalem where he inspects Jerusalem’s walls. Different sections were rebuilt by different groups of people. Through prayer, they were able to complete the rebuilding even when there was opposition. Nehemiah helped the poor by summoning the priests to make the nobles and officials take an oath to follow God’s law. A genealogical record is listed of the exiles who returned. Ezra read The Book of the Law to the Israelites. The Israelites prayed to God and confessed their sins and signed the Law of God. The Levites were brought to Jerusalem for the dedication of The Wall of Jerusalem. The Book of Moses was read out loud. Nehemiah warned the Israelites of selling food on the Sabbath. He also warned them of intermarriage. Deuteronomy

The Book of Deuteronomy is of law genre. Moses retells of what God has done for the Israelites. Moses starts by giving the historical account of the appointment of Moses as the leader. Moses recounts the rebellion and distrust on the journey to the Promised Land. Moses reiterates the wanderings of the desert and how the Israelites defeated several city-states. Moses restates the dividing of the land. Moses retells the Ten Commandments. Moses then tells the Israelites how to love the Lord as their God, and not worship other Gods. Moses gives instruction on clean and unclean food, tithes and feasts. In retelling this, Moses is retelling how the Israelites will have relationships with each other and with God. Also by retelling this, Moses is addressing future generations. Joshua was commissioned as Moses successor. Moses recites a song in closing to those assembled Israelites. At the end of the Book of Deuteronomy, we learn about Moses’ death. 1. One from among your brethren, no foreigners

2. He shall not multiply horses for...
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