Deuteronomy ch 28: 1-14 #Insidertips #lifehack How to receive overwhelming Blessings!

What to expect this lesson?
I am glad you asked….

In chapters 26 and 27 of Devarim, HaShem, blessed be He, is clearly directing His instructions to the Nation of Israel. In fact, to drive this point home, the opening verses of the chapters state

Devarim ch 26 verse 1 When you enter the land that your God יהוה is giving you as a heritage, and you possess it and settle in it,

Devarim ch 27 verse 1 Moses and the elders of Israel charged the people, saying: Observe all the Instruction that I enjoin upon you this day.

In contrast, here Merciful HaShem states beautifully and sweetly… Devarim chapter 28 verse 1: “Now, if you obey your God, Yahweh, to observe faithfully all the divine commandments which I enjoin upon you this day, your God, Yahweh, will set you high above all the nations of the earth.”

Now, I have an idea that many or some individuals seem to think that G-d’s love, mercy, and blessings are strictly for one group or certain people. However, it’s important to recognize that G-d’s love extends to all. It is not limited to a particular group or type of person. So, let us put aside our egos and acknowledge that G-d is the G-d of all.

If you don’t believe me, I am ready to accept the challenge, my dear friends.

I could explain or try to reason with my own words, but the Book of the Holy Prophet Isaiah speaks most profoundly. In particular, I greatly admire the chapter……..

Numbers ch 23
Evil can not curse, What and Who The LORD Our GOD has Blessed; for it is written.

What is fourth part of Israel?
I have never heard of this before, so naturally I did a little researching. Below is what I found. Links are provided for other to view or research further.

1 article I found which I believe gives many great explanations regarding Balaam and his role of being used by GOD to speak Blessings of GOD’s Chosen Nation:

In the first of four oracles given by Balaam, two important prophetic aspects of latter-day Israel are given by which we can identify them: separate and numerous. Numbers 23:9 says, ” For from the top of the rocks I see him, and from the hills I behold him: lo, the people shall dwell alone, and shall not be reckoned among the nations.” (KJV) What does it mean, “the people shall dwell alone?” Israel was not separate, dwelling alone, when the prophecy was given. In fact, Deuteronomy 7 lists seven distinct nations who resided with the Israelites in Canaan during the pre-exilic era. Clearly, then, this prophecy had a fulfillment after God’s people were removed from the pagan tribes of the land of Palestine in the Babylonian and Assyrian exiles of 732 BC to 537 BC. Noted 18th century scholar, John Gill, stated, ” Israel shall not be reckoned among the nations; as belonging to them, shall not be made of any account by them, but be despised and reproached for their religion chiefly; nor reckon themselves of them, nor mix with them; so the [rabbinic] Targum of Jerusalem, ‘they shall not be mixed.”’

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