Deuteronomy 7:12 - 11:25

Isaiah 49:14 - 51:3

In this Torah portion, Moses continues his speech to the Israelites. He tells them they will have to annihilate people who are not believers in God. Moses reminds them not to forget God’s commandments even after they enter the land of Israel, and that they must continue to fear God.

FULL SUMMARY

Through Weakness And Strength

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