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Nitzavim/Vayelech (Standing/And He [Moses] Went) Deuteronomy 29:9 – 31:30

This week’s portion includes Moses’ last speech to the nation before the final poem that is Chapter 32 and the blessings in Chapter 33. Chapter 30 is often referred to as the “Return” chapter, including, as it does, references to both a physical and spiritual return to God and the Land of Israel.


                                  Shmuel’s visie voor CFOIC Heartland         “Wees sterk en moedig!” Deze woorden, gesproken door God tot Jozua, worden drie keer herhaald in het eerste hoofdstuk van het boek en terecht. Kun je je voorstellen wat … Read more

Ki Tavo (When You Will Come) – Deuteronomy 26:1 – 29:8

There is a common joke among Jews that summarizes all of our Jewish holidays in one sentence: They tried to kill us, G-d saved us, let’s eat. It doesn’t quite apply to every holiday, but certainly Passover, Purim and Hanukkah fit the bill. And the statement certainly tells us a great deal about Jewish culture.