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 29:5
 29:6
29:5 You neither ate bread nor drank wine, so that you would know that I am God your Lord.'
Lechem lo achaltem veyayin veshechar lo shetitem lema'an tede'u ki ani Adonay Eloheychem.
29:6 Last Reading
When you came to this area, Sichon king of Cheshbon and Og king of the Bashan came out to fight us, but we defeated them.
Vatavo'u el-hamakom hazeh vayetse Sichon melech-Cheshbon ve'Og melech-haBashan likratenu lamilchamah vanakem.



Commentary:

that I am God your Lord
  Assuming that these are God's words, as in previous notes. Or, '[and God said that this would be] so that you would know that I am God your Lord' (Saadia). Or, 'so that you would know that 'I am God' is your Lord' (Hirsch; HaKethav VeHaKabbalah; cf. Sukkah 45a).

Sichon...
  Numbers 21:21-24.

Og...
  Numbers 21:33-35.





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