In this week's parshah, Moses continues his last speech to the People of Israel. He says:

If the Jews keep to the Torah's commandments, they will be rich and satisfied in the Land of Israel.

Moses criticizes the people for the sins they did over their forty years in the desert: the sin of the Golden Calf; Korach's rebellion, the sin of the spies who spoke badly of Israel, and other sins. Then he tells them of G‑d's forgiveness, and the second tablets they received after their repentance.

Moses then speaks about the Land of Israel, which the Jews are about to enter. He says it is G‑d's chosen land, flowing with milk and honey, and blessed with "seven kinds" of fruit and grain: Wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranate, olives and honey dates. He commands them to destroy any idols in the land, and to always realize that the good they have comes from G‑d.

The final thing in the Parshah is the second chapter of the Shema, which talks about the rewards for doing mitzvot and the punishments for not doing them.