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 26:10
 26:11
26:11 You, the Levite, and the proselyte in your midst shall thus rejoice in all the good that God your Lord has granted you and your family.
Vesamachta vechol-hatov asher natan-lecha Adonay Eloheycha uleveytecha atah vehaLevi vehager asher bekirbecha.



Commentary:

Levite
  Who must also bring first fruits of his produce (Rashi).

proselyte
  Who has the same status as any other Israelite, and can even make the above declaration, since he is a spiritual descendant of Abraham (Yerushalmi, Bikkurim 1:4; Yad, Bikkurim 4:3).





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