Rav Kook on Parshat Eikev: What Does God Want of You?

The Torah clearly expects us to feel both love and awe for God:
“And now, Israel, what does God want of you? Only that you remain in awe of the Eternal your God, following in all His paths and loving Him.” (Deut. 10:12)
What is awe of God? Why is this trait so important?:


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3 Responses to Rav Kook on Parshat Eikev: What Does God Want of You?

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  2. Rav Simon Jacobson on Parshat Ekev:

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    The Psalmist and the General
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  3. For the L-rd your G-d is bringing you to a good land: … A land of wheat, barley, grapes, figs and pomegranates; a land of oil-yielding olives and [date] honey (Deuteronomy 8:8).Our sages tell us that, originally, all trees bore fruit, as will also be the case in the Era of Moshiach:


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