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D'varim

D'varim

The Words
Deuteronomy
1:1−3:22

These are the words that Moses addressed to all Israel on the other side of the Jordan. - Deuteronomy 1:1

Summary: 
  • Moses begins his final words of instruction to the Children of Israel, focusing first on recounting their physical journey. (1:1–21)
  • Moses reviews the people’s reactions to the negative reports of the spies and the appointment of Joshua to succeed him. (1:22–45)
  • Moses recounts that all of the Israelite warriors who left Egypt died, as God had intended, and the people continued their wanderings and defeated their enemies. (2:14–3:11)
  • Moses reiterates that the Land of Israel was allocated to the Israelite tribes. (3:12–22)
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When do we read D'varim?

2018 Jul 21
/9 Av, 5778
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