Living the Torah Portions: Ekev

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Ekev - Consequence - Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25
Study the 10 Commandments
The consequences in question are what happens when we obey or disobey YHWH's instructions, so here is a chance to refresh yourself on what those are. It's also inspiring, for our obedience this passage says that YHWH will bless our children, our land, and remove sickness from us.
Free Ten Commandments Printable | Land of Honey

Re'eh - See - Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17
Learn about clean and unclean foods from Torah Sisters Magazine
This week talks about the foods that we are permitted to eat and the animals that are not. Even if you are familiar with this you can take things a step further and learn where some of these forbidden substances appear in unassuming food items. Like did you know maple syrup is sometimes made with pork? Here's a free list to learn more.
Clean and Unclean food products - free printable | Land of Honey

Shoftim - Judges - Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9
Lemony White Wine Cappelini from Love and Lemons
Shoftim instructs us to set apart the first fruits of our grain, wine, olive oil, and the fleece of sheep for YHWH. Most of us don't have these in the agrarian society sense, so make a meal of three of those things and talk about what it looks like to set apart a portion for YHWH in your life.
Lemony White Wine Cappelini | Land of Honey

Ki Tetze - When you go forth - Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19
Natural Shower Cleanser from A Beautiful Mess
This week we touch on some of the laws regarding cleanliness and hygiene. While YHWH never commands that our homes need to be spotless museum showcases, he does tell us how to be clean if mold or disease were to set in. Moreover we don't need to depend on harsh, synthetic chemicals for hygiene but he gave us natural antiseptics, antifungals, and so on. Here's a recipe to naturally keep your shower mold free.
DIY Natural Shower Cleanser | Land of Honey

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