Closing NightBy Rabbi Jack Abramowitz
Moshe gathered the nation to deliver his final speech. He told them that they personally saw what God did to Pharaoh and the Egyptians, but they didn’t fully get it. Now they’ve spent forty years in the wilderness with miraculous sources of food and clothes so that they could get to know God better. They defeated Sichon and Og, inheriting their land, which was assigned to the two and a half Tribes. If they keep the Torah, the Jews will continue to enjoy success in all their endeavors.