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When they make it to the Promised Land, the Israelites should bring a fruit offering to God and recite a creed that recounts their history. Intrigued? Check out our discussion of "Memory and the Past" for more.
The Israelites must pay the tithe (1/10th) of their produce and give to the Levites and the needy. They must also recite a creed telling the Lord of their loyalty to the commandment and asking for God's blessing.
And finally, Moses is finished reviewing the laws with the people.
Since the Israelites have agreed to God's terms, the Lord will raise them above the other nations (16-19).
Hope you're still awake. We know, Deuteronomy is as much legal handbook as it is story.