Devarim

deuteronomy

Ever wanted to know what Moshe did on the last day of his life? The answer is he gave three farewell speeches before climbing up to Mount Nebo to die, and except for a 3 chapter “recap” at the start and Joshua writing about his funeral at the end, everything in between is all Moshe on the last day of his life! This is the most urgent plea the man ever gave because if Israel literally does not get the message here, they will never get another chance to hear it from the man himself. Deuteronomy is permeating with the sense of high intensity urgency, and it all starts here, in the Devarim Torah parsha, where he pours out his soul to a new generation on the fateful last day, 1 Shevat/January 6, 1406 BCE. Don’t miss a moment!

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WRITTEN BY: Andrew Gabriel Roth

“Founder of One Faith One People Ministries, author of the Aramaic English New Testament (AENT) translation, Wheel of Stars, and Ruach Qadim.”