As Moshe’s time is winding down, he has some final words to say.
1. God is making a covenant with whom at the start of this week’s Torah reading?
Tribal heads, elders, officials, men of Israel, children, women, strangers in the camp – from the woodchopper to the water drawer. (29:9-10)
2. What does God warn Bnei Yisrael against?
Worshipping other Gods. (29:17)
3. What will happen to those who do worship other Gods?
They will be singled out for misfortune that will last for generations – plagues and diseases that will be inflicted on the land. (29:21-22)
4. What good will come if Bnei Yisrael does follow the word of God?
God will grant prosperity for you, your cattle and your land. (30:9)
5. How old is Moshe at the start of Parshat VaYelech?
6. Who will take over for Moshe?
Yehoshua Ben Nun (31:3)
7. What does Moshe instruct both Yehoshua and Bnei Yisrael?
Be strong and resolute. (31: 6-7)
8. Moshe wrote down the words of the Torah. Who did he give it to?
Moshe gave it to the priests, the sons of Levi. (31:9)
9. What did Moshe instruct the preists to do with the Torah?
Every seven years, on Succot, the Torah should be read aloud in front of all of Bnei Yisrael. (31:11)
10. What does Moshe write after listening to God in the Tent of Meeting?
Moshe writes a poem that he then recites to Bnei Yisrael. (31:30)