Deuteronomy Chapter 32 is called The Song of Moses…not only showing the power of song in worship, but how lyrics can serve as a testimony and reminder of God’s goodness, power, and provision. Within this song we see God’s promises, commands, and revelation. For the first time in Scripture we see the word Rock used to describe God (Verse 4) and His protection, portrayed as being the apple of His eye (Verse 10). Moses ends his song with a warning here in Verses 45-47, knowing He will not be joining them in crossing over the Jordan River into the Promised Land. Instead his song would go with them, reminding them that obeying God’s Word was a matter of life (eternal) or death.