Moses stresses to the Israelites the importance of keeping G-d’s commandments when they enter the land of Israel; Moses repeats the Ten Commandments and utters the Sh’ma and V’ahavta. Moses looks at the promised land by the banks of the river Jordan, and continues his final speech to the Israelites before he dies. Moses says, “I implored G-d to let me see this promised land, but G-d was angry with me because of you. G-d told me to appoint Joshua as your leader. “And now, O Israel, hearken to the commandments that I am teaching you so that you may live and possess this promised land. Do not add or subtract anything to that which I am commanding. Your own eyes have sees that everyone that followed Baal Peor was destroyed. Those of you who remained with G-d are all alive today. “G-d’s laws are your wisdom before the eyes of the nations. Nations will say, ‘Who is this great nation? One that has a Deity near and available for the people. One that has righteous decrees and ordinances like this entire Torah.’ Only take heed and guard your soul exceedingly so you do not forget… Make your experiences known to your children and your children’s children. “Remember the day at Mount Sinai when G-d spoke to you out of the midst of fire. G-d commanded you to observe the Ten Commandments and G-d inscribed them upon two tablets of stone. Take heed that you do not become corrupt and make yourselves an image of G-d, not in any form, not the likeness of male or female, nor any living thing, not sun nor moon nor stars. Do not allow yourself to be lured into bowing down to idols or serving them. These G-d allotted to the other peoples.