Parsha D'varim covers Deuteronomy 1:1–3:22 and it recounts how Moses appointed tribal chiefs, the account of the Twelve Spies, the encounters with the Edomites and Ammonites, the defeat of kings Sihon and Og, and the allocation of land for the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh East of Jordan.
This parsha is read by the Jewish people around end of July or early August. It is always read on Shabbat Chazon, the Sabbath directly before Tisha B’Av (9th of Av), which is the anniversary of the destruction of the first and second Temple.
So don’t let anyone pass judgment on you in connection with eating and drinking, or in regard to a Jewish festival or Rosh-Hodesh or Shabbat. These are a shadow of things that are coming for the body of the Messiah.