Torah Bible Portion :Parshat Ki Tavo(Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8)

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Judaism greatest and mightiest leader spoke to the Jewish nation.

The past week here in Israel (week of August 21, 2010) has reached peak temperatures that have not been seen since maybe the days of great leader Moses. Feeling the intense heat and humidity we can maybe relate to how arduous life was for the Jewish people in the desert. Yet to the heat there is an end; a break in the extreme high temperature. As to Bnai Yisrael  The Jewish people are about to be reminded as to the woes they endured in the desert and to the wondrous blessings to come.

The greatest biblical (Torah) leader in Jewish history was Moses (Moshe).  In Parsha Ki Tavo Moshe directed the nation’s attention to the realities of what it meant to live in the land of Israel.

The parsha has many topics that are relevant until today first fruits and donating at least 10% of one’s earnings to the poor. Both topics are special affirmation of G-D’s mastery over the land, and man’s responsibility to keep the commandments of G-D.

Moshe reiterates to the Jewish nation that Israel (Jewish nation) is to keep the Torah and G-D guarantees us praise and true blessings for accepting the status  “highest of all the nations”. (26:19) Upon crossing the Jordon, the Jewish Nation will publicly declare its affirmation of G-D’s covenant by: inscribing the Torah upon twelve stones; building them as a monument; and the ceremony of blessings and curses that is to take place between the opposing mountains, Grizim and Ayval.  Moshe continues to remind the Jewish Nation of all the wondrous miracles G-D has performed over the past forty years. Moshe realizes the Jewish nation may be apprehensive to the future and reminds them that G-D stood with the Jewish people in the past, present and the future.

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