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Parashas Eikev (2004 - 2007)


Eikev 1a

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4 years ago
Chp. 7 verse 12 - Chp. 8 verse 8: Introduction, Moshe continues his address to the nation and assures them of prosperity and good health if they follow Hashem's commandments. They need not fear the Canaanites as long as they destroy all forms of idolatry. Chp. 8, he tells them that the forty years in the desert were to teach them the discipline necessary to serve Hashem. For them to learn that "man does not live by bread alone, but by everything that proceeds from the mouth of Hashem." He then goes on to describe the seven species for which Israel is praised for.

Eikev 1b

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Chp. 8 verse 9 - Chp. 10 verse 7: He assures them that they will eat and be sated. However, he warns them that ingratitude would be severely punished, and they would share the fate of the previous nations. Chp. 9, he reminds them of their earlier acts of rebellion. That is was only because of his intervention that they were saved. Chp. 10, he reminds them that Hashem then commanded him to hew out a second set of tablets, so that Hashem could write the commandments on them. He then mentions the death of Aaron and that Elazar his son took his place.

Eikev 2a

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Chp. 10 verse 8 - Chp. 11 verse 17: He then tells them about Hashem separating the tribe of Levi to serve Him and that they would have no portion in the land. He said, what G-d wants is that you fear, love, and serve Him with all your heart and soul, by keeping all of His commandments. Chp. 11, Moshe reviews the many miracles and deliverance's that they had experienced on their journey. He assures them that the land that they were about to enter was one that Hashem had His eyes on from the beginning of the year to the end of the year. It continues with the second paragraph of the "Shema."

Eikev 2b

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Chp. 11 verses 17 - 25: Continues with the second paragraph of the "Shema." He assures them that if they go in the ways of Hashem and cling to Him, that G-d would drive out the nations before them and that everyone would fear them.


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