And he went

The name of the fifty-second reading from the Bible-in-a-year is “and he went,” Vayelech (וילך). The name is derived from the first word of the first verse of the study: “So Moses went (vayelech) and spoke these words to all Israel.” In this short study, Moses commands an assembly for a public Torah reading and covenant renewal once every seven years. He then finishes writing the scroll of the Torah/ Pentateuch and has it deposited in the Holy of Holies next to the ark of the covenant.

Bible Outline

      • TORAH/ PENTATEUCH
        • Deuteronomy 31:1 | Joshua Becomes Moses’ Successor
        • Deuteronomy 31:9 | The Law to Be Read Every Seventh Year
        • Deuteronomy 31:14 | Moses and Joshua Receive God’s Charge
        • Deuteronomy 31:30 | The Song of Moses
      • PROPHETS
        • Isaiah 55:1 | An Invitation to Abundant Life
        • Isaiah 56:1 | The Covenant Extended to All Who Obey
        • Isaiah 56:9 | The Corruption of Israel’s Rulers
      • GOSPELS
      • LETTERS
      • REVELATION
        •  Revelation 1:9-18 | Vision of the Glorious Son of Man

Old Testament Activities for Kids

It’s sometimes hard to make the Old Testament fun for kids. Try these Children’s activities:

RTM Children

Chabad for Kids

For Deeper Learning

Hebrew “Word of the Week” by Hebrew4Christians.com

Greek “Word of the Week”, by BibleHub.com