Ki Tavo – כי־תבוא
Deuteronomy 26:1-29:9; Isaiah 60:1-22
Torah Portion “‘כי־תבוא/Ki Tavo” which means “When You Enter” and begins, “1 When you have come to the land Adonai your God is giving you as your inheritance, taken possession of it and settled there; 2 you are to take the firstfruits of all the crops the ground yields, which you will harvest from your land that Adonai your God is giving you, put them in a basket and go to the place where Adonai your God will choose to have his name live.”
Ki Tavo gives us a reminder of why we enter the land, as well as how we enter. As taught by the Jewish sages, God provides the cure before he inflicts the wound. There was a renewal of the acceptance of the covenant in this portion and Ro’eh also shows us, from Jewish understanding, who and what the messiah of Israel is and his function. Not only will we see from Jewish eyes who the messiah is, but also see some of who he isn’t. Seeing Moshe as a messiah, Samuel as a messiah and so on. Take a listen to today’s teaching and learn more from Jewish eyes the function and office of Messiah.
Our Haftorah teaching is delivered by Brother Mark Honberger out of Isaiah 60:1-22.
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