Welcome to Torah portion Re’eh.
Re’eh means See.
Scripture passage: Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17
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Copywork passage: Deuteronomy 12:1-4
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Cut out or draw pictures of animals and glue them onto construction paper as a collage. Make one collage for kosher animals and one for non kosher animals.
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Set up a fund for feast days.
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- YHVH is the one true Elohim, and we must follow His instructions when we worship Him.
- YHVH is a wonderful Elohim who loves life, unlike other deities.
- We must be careful who we listen to. They should point us to Torah, not to other gods.
- It is important to learn about the right foods to eat. YHVH knows what is best for our bodies.
- YHVH wants us to save up to celebrate His feast days! He wants us to rejoice with Him at His appointed times.
- We need to look for ways to care for widows, orphans, those less fortunate than us. We can donate food and clothing locally, find ministries that help people in other countries, and pray for those that are suffering. This can also include victims of tragic circumstances.
- Every seventh year is a rest for the land.
- We get to celebrate Feast Days!
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