Yeshua came to do the will of the Father who sent Him. The will of the Father is found in Torah (Gen – Deut). Whereas the repercussions for not doing the will of the Father are found all throughout the Prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, etc, etc…), but we are looking at the Father’s will today. The heart of Yeshua.
Our portion of Ki Tavo begins in Deut 26:1 and ends at chapter 29:9. Let’s look at some key verses:
“This day YHVH Elohecha* commands you to observe these statutes and judgments; therefore you shall be careful to observe them with all your heart and with all your soul.
17) “Today you have proclaimed YHVH to be your Eloheim, and that you will walk in His ways and keep His statutes, His commandments, and His judgments, and that you will obey His voice.
18) “Also today YHVH has proclaimed you to be His special people (segulah סגלה), just as He promised you, that you should keep all His commandments,
19) “and that He will set you high above all nations which He has made, in praise, in name, and in honor, and that you may be a holy people to YHVH Elohecha*, just as He has spoken.” - Deut 26:16-19
* Elohecha = your (2nd person singular) Eloheim
And the very last verse of this portion has a stand-alone Alef Tav in it (which represents Yeshua!). Almost as if He’s saying “Take note! This is from Me, the Word made flesh!”
Blessings come when you read the Torah portions. I highly recommend it!
Shalom, b’shem Yeshua ha’Mashiach 💕