Why does Moshe start his final speech with words of rebuke? What is the contrast between how Moshe speaks on behalf of Klal Yisrael in front of Hashem when they have sinned, and how he speaks to the Jews themselves? Why is it that the wicked Bilaam is the one who speaks highly of the Jewish people, while it is Moshe who gives them rebuke? How can we find the proper balance between love and rebuke?
Find out in this week’s Parsha Podcast.
Running time: 19:18