Parashat Ekev is the third parsha in the Book of Divarim
Moshe continues how if the Jews will heed the laws given to them and will keep and perform them, especially the minor commandments which one usually tramples with his heels. Hashem will keep the covenant, the promise He made and the kindness that He swore to their forefathers. He will love, bless and multiply them. He will bless the fruit of their wombs, fruit of their soil, grain, wine, oil, the offspring of their cattle which the female casts out from her womb and the choice of their sheep flocks,  which enrich their owners, in the land which He swore to their forefathers to give them.
They will be blessed above all peoples. There will be no male that can not have children or barren female among them or among their livestock. Hashem will remove from them all illness, and all of the evil diseases of Egypt which they knew, He will not set upon them, but He will lay them upon all their enemies. The Jews shall consume all the peoples which Hashem gave them. They shall not spare them, nor shall they worship their gods, for that will be a snare for them.
If they were to perhaps wounder and say in their hearts; how will they drive out the Nations who are more numerous then them. They should not fear them. As they surely remember what Hashem did to Pharaoh and to all of Egypt. The great trials that their eyes saw, the signs - such as the turning of the stick to a serpent and water to blood, the wondrous plagues, the mighty hand of the Dever pestilence plague, and the outstretched arm of the sword in the plague of the firstborn. with which Hashem, brought them out. So will Hashem do to all the peoples they fear.
- ^ a b Rashi Berashis 7:12
- ^ a b c d Rashi Berashis 7:13
- ^ Rashi Berashis 7:14
- ^ Rashi Berashis 7:17
- ^ a b c d e Rashi Berashis 7:19
- ^ Shemos 4:3
- ^ Shemos 4:9