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P149 Parash 45 Va’etchanan (I pleaded) D’Varim/Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11


Synopsis – Moshe tells the people of Israel how he implored God to allow him to enter the land of Israel, but God refused, instructing him instead to ascend a mountain and see the Promised Land from the Pisgah (Cleft of the rock).

Continuing his "review of the Torah," Moshe describes the Exodus from Mitsrayim (Egypt) and the Giving of the Torah (TEACHINGS-LAW), declaring them unprecedented events in human history. "Has there ever occurred this great thing, or has the likes of it ever been heard? Did ever a people hear the voice of God speaking out of the midst of the fire...and live? ... You were shown, to know, that God is the God... there is none else beside Him." Showing how Adonai is so loving towards His people and how it is only satan that would say that this love letter is bad. How the Lord says that He will show GRACE to those who love what He loves.

Moshe predicts in the end-of-days (acharit-hayamim) that, in future generations, the people will turn away from Adonai, worship idols, and be exiled from their land and scattered amongst the Goyim (nations); but from there they will seek Adonai, and return to obey His commandments.

Our Parshah also includes a repetition of the Ten Commandments, and the verses of the Shmah which declare the fundamentals of the our faith: the unity of God ("Hear Israel: God our God, God is one"); the mitzvot to love Adonai, study His Torah, and bind "these words" as tefillin on our arm and head and inscribe them in the mezuzot affixed on the doorposts of our home. It is amazing once again the word to see these words being used for the Lord’s Sh’ma and at the end of the Sh’ma the word Echad is used. The word Echad means one group.


Theme & Message Deu 4:40  Therefore, you are to keep his laws and mitzvot which I am giving you today, so that it will go well with you and with your children after you

This phrase “It will go well with you” is used over and over in this Parasha by Adonai. So you might think that humanity might have learned something by now. Especially those who engrafted in to the Hebrew Olive tree and have 20/20 hind sight. But we are so easy mislead by hasatan we think we know better then Adonai. It should be easy to read the above Scripture and just follow the promise especially with the new eyesight 


D’varim/Deuteronomy 4 -

Exhortation to a Faithful Observance of the Law – D’Varim (Deuteronomy)

With the word ועתּה, “and now,” Moshe passes from a contemplation of what the Lord had done for Israel, to an exhortation to keep the law of the Lord. The divine manifestations of grace laid Israel under the obligation to a conscientious observance of the law that they might continue to enjoy the blessings of the covenant. The exhortation commences with the appeal, to hear and keep the commandments and rights of the Lord, without adding to them or taking from them; for not only were life and death suspended upon their observance, but it was in this that the wisdom and greatness of Israel before all the nations consisted (Deu_4:1-8). It then proceeds to a warning, not to forget the events at Horeb (Deu_4:9-14) and so fall into idolatry, the worship of images or idol deities (Deu_4:15-24); and it closes with a threat of dispersion among the heathen as the punishment of apostasy, and with a promise of restoration as the consequence of repentance and sincere conversion (Deu_4:25-31), and also with a reason for this threat and promise drawn from the history of the immediate past (Deu_4:32-34), for the purpose of fortifying the nation in its fidelity to its God, the sole author of its salvation (Deu_4:35-40).


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