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Saturday 9 September 2017 Elul 18 5777 Deut. 26:1-29:9 (29:8 in TaNaCH); Isaiah 60:1-22; Rev. 21:10-27/Acts 16-18 Torah states: "And He brought us to this place and He gave us this land, a land flowing with milk and honey" (Deuteronomy 26:9). Rashi, the great commentator, explains that "this place" refers to the Bait Hamikdosh, the Temple in Jerusalem. The question arises: Why isn't the order the other way around? Since the Israelites entered the Land of Israel much before they built the Temple, the land should be mentioned first! Rabbi Naftoli Tzvi Berlin of Volozhin who was known by the acronym Netziv explains that the Bait Hamikdosh was a spiritual benefit and the Land of Is

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