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Pt2 Rastafari Sabbatical Rss#50 KiTavo | When you come in #BlackJews @LOJSociety

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This Week’s Portion #50

Ki Tavo | ?? ???? | “When you come in” ????? ?? | begebbah’m gizey (begebahim gizE)

1. Torah Reading

Deuteronomy 26:1–29:9

2. Prophets Reading

Isaiah 60:1-22

3. New Testament Reading

Eph 1:3-6; Rev 21:10-27

Portion Outline – TORAH

Deuteronomy 26:1 | First Fruits and Tithes
Deuteronomy 26:16 | Concluding Exhortation
Deuteronomy 27:1 | The Inscribed Stones and Altar on Mt Ebal
Deuteronomy 27:11 | Twelve Curses
Deuteronomy 28:1 | Blessings for Obedience
Deuteronomy 28:15 | Warnings against Disobedience
Deuteronomy 29:2 | The Covenant Renewed in Moab

Portion Outline – PROPHETS

Isaiah 60:1 | The Ingathering of the Dispersed
Isaiah 60:19 | God the Glory of Zion

Thought for the Week

Just as He promised to scatter them, He has also promised to re-gather them. Although Israel failed as a nation to perform the stipulations of the covenant, the other partner of the agreement—God—remains faithful to His promises. In the end, He will reverse all of Israel’s sorrows on account of His faithfulness, mercy and grace. Does it make sense to imagine that after 1,400 years, God suddenly changed His mind? Would it make sense to suppose that after all the pain and suffering of invasion, exile, re-gathering and so on, God would suddenly change the program and announce to His people, “From now on, don’t keep the commandments of the Torah,” and then punish them when they did?

For Entire Commentary Visit:http://rastafarigroundation.org/this-weeks-reading-ends-9917/

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