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Parashas Ki Tavo (2004 - 2007)


Ki Tavo 1a

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4 years ago
Chp. 26 verses 1 - 14: Introduction, begins with the laws of "Becurim" First Fruits. The second tithing during the third year of the schmittah cycle was given to the poor, called "Maaser Ani."

Ki Tavo 1b

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Chp. 26 verse 15 - Chp. 27 verse 26: Continues with the laws of tithing. Command to serve and obey Hashem and you will be his own treasure. Chp. 27, command when they would cross the Jordon to erect large stones and clearly write on them the words of the Torah. Then to build an alter of stones and to sacrifice burnt offerings and peace offerings on it. Which were to be eaten in a state of rejoicing. They were then to accept the laws of the Torah by six tribes standing on Mt. Gerizim, representing the blessings and six tribes standing on Mt. Eival signifying the curses. The levites were to stand in the valley between the mountains and pronounce the blessings and the curses.

Ki Tavo 2a

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Chp. 28 verses 1 - 47: Moshe tells the people all the blessings they will receive if they keep G-d's Torah. Then he enumerates all the curses that will befall them if they rebel against Hashem and His Torah. All their difficulties will occur because " You did not serve the L-rd your G-d with joyfulness and with gladness of heart, by reason of the abundance of all things."

Ki Tavo 2b

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Chp. 28 verse 47 - Chp. 29 verse 8: Continues with the curses that would befall the people for their disobedience to Hashem and His Torah. Chp. 29, Moshe began his third and final discourse to the people. He appealed to them to remember Hashem their G-d who watched over them in Egypt, during their wanderings in the wilderness and who would continue to protect them in the future.


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