Does God value the personal effort made in performing a mitzvah? 

Rabbi Ari Enkin, rabbinical director of United with Israel, explains an important message in this week’s Torah portion, Ki Tavo.

This week’s Torah portion is about commandment to bringing the first fruits of the season to the Holy Temple.

At first glance, the details of the procedure may seem unfair and even cruel to the poor person.

A deeper understanding, however, reveals quite the opposite.

Watch the video and learn this important lesson about sensitivity and the value of a person’s effort in performing a good deed.

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Source: United with Israel