Another cute devar Torah taken from Meshech Chochma. Parshas Behar begins:
asher ani noten lachem? Meshech Chochma notes a dispute between Rabbi Akiva and the Rabanan, which occurs for example in Bava Basra 64b:
דרבי עקיבא סבר מוכר בעין יפה מוכר ורבנן סברי מוכר בעין רעה מוכר
When one sells land, does he do generously and in a heartfelt manner, hoping the person will enjoy it, plant it, gather in the fruits, and so on? Only according to Rabbi Akiva, but according to the Rabanan, he does not, but rather intends beayin raah. While this may be disputed, all would agree that when one gives land as a gift, he does so בעין יפה. Therefore, the Torah takes care to specify אֲשֶׁר אֲנִי נֹתֵן לָכֶם.
Now, it seems unlikely that the intent of this pasuk was to make sure not to take sides in a Tannaitic dispute. And Hashem is not about to say "which I sell to you," for this does not make sense. Yet once again, it is an extremely creative connection to draw.
And perhaps can be read as reinforcing a theme in the pesukim. After all, the next verses read: