The book of Deuteronomy in the Bible recaps Israel's journey from Egypt, details the Israelites' relationship with God, and contains the second narration of the Ten Commandments, according to the Overview Bible Project. Deuteronomy finishes with the death of Moses, who was the leader of the Israelites. Deuteronomy is the fifth book of the Bible and the Jewish Torah.
Deuteronomy was written by Moses to remind the Israelites of what God expects from them, states Bible Hub. The name Deuteronomy essentially means "Second Law." In the book of Deuteronomy, the Israelites are about to claim the promised land, and Moses is attempting to rally his people and remind them of God's law. Because Moses was banned from reaching the promised land by God, he was laying the groundwork for their future and also appointed Joshua as the new leader of the Israelites.
In the Old Testament book of Deuteronomy, Moses narrates the Ten Commandments in Deuteronomy 5 for a second time, the first time being in Exodus 17, according to BibleScripture.net. Deuteronomy 6: 4-5 is a well-known verse that urges Christians to love God unconditionally. The book of Deuteronomy is preceded by Numbers and followed by the book of Joshua.