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 30:1
 30:2
30:1 Fourth Reading Second Reading
There shall come a time when you shall experience all the words of blessing and curse that I have presented to you. There, among the nations where God will have banished you, you will reflect on the situation.
Vehayah chi-yavo'u aleycha kol-hadevarim ha'eleh haberachah vehakelalah asher natati lefaneycha vahashevota el-levavecha bechol-hagoyim asher hidichacha Adonay Eloheycha shamah.
30:2 You will then return to God your Lord, and you will obey Him, doing everything that I am commanding you today. You and your children [will repent] with all your heart and with all your soul.
Veshavta ad-Adonay Eloheycha veshamata vekolo kechol asher-anochi metsavecha hayom atah uvaneycha bechol-levavcha uvechol-nafshecha.



Commentary:

blessing and curse
  Some say Deuteronomy, 11:26-28; 27:9:14 (Yerushalmi, Sotah 7:4).

banished
  Or, 'scattered' (Septuagint).

reflect
  See Deuteronomy, 4:39.





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