Ki Tavo – Rabbi Marcus

Ki Tavo meaning ‘When you will arrive’, refers to the arrival of the Children of Israel in the land of Israel.  Rabbi Marcus talks about the mitzvah of bringing first fruits to the Temple as well as the main topic of the sedra, the tochechah or the ‘admonition’ which warns our people of what will happen if we are not loyal to the Torah.

 

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