Parsha “Ki Tavo” (Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8) not only concludes what might be called Moses’ “Final Address” to the people of Israel, prior to his death and their crossing into the land, but the most famous set of “blessings and cursings” in all of Scripture.
Some will claim that this is all “Olde Testament,” and thus somehow “done away with,” and besides we have been kicked out of the land to boot. But, still, isn’t it increasingly obvous that’the whold world’ is literally becoming a hell on earth and these curses truly bring that point home?
Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa Fellowship first for a look at the whole parsha, during the Erev Shabbat overview:
…and then for the Sabbath teaching, which again picks up with the question we have been so carefully taught to ASK, but not “search out the Truth for ourselves” to find the increasingly clear answer:
“What POSSIBLE relevance does THIS have today?” After all, the Deep State, tyrannical state governors, Congress, and the whole waste-stream media all utterly DESPISE the God of the Bible, all He Wrote, and certainly all that He stands for.
And besides, the sun-god-day church has taught us it’s all done awwy with anyway, ‘nailed to the cross.’
Oh – and don’t forget – we were kicked out of the land, for cause, anyway.
So that’s where we start.
“Ki Tavo: If the ‘Olde’ Has Been ‘Done Away With’ – then Why Are the Plagues Worse than EVER?”
The combined two-part teaching: