Moshe poetically reminds the Children of Israel of the importance of remembering God who created them.
In his final speech, Moses warns us against repeating his mistakes, but he also communicates the passion and love we need to achieve our potential.
In Moses' final words to the Children of Israel, he implores them to choose life and keep the covenant.
Moses' poetic mention of rain and dew teaches us to recognize both the obvious and subtle presence of God in the world.
Moses recites a song to the Children of Israel that testifies to their covenant with God.
In his final poetic speech to the Israelites, Moses encourages them to understand the potential for change in every generation.
Unlike Moses, we do not know when we will die and should therefore repent every day of our lives.