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This Torah teaching starts on the plains of Moab explaining Israel’s journey up to this point. Next in Chapter 34 it explains the boundaries of the land when they go into the promised land. Chapter 35 explains towns for the levites and cities of refuge for the people who committed murder. Chapter 36 is the last chapter of the book of Numbers and gives the instructions for woman who inherit property.
In regular years read this Torah Portion with Parashah 42, in leap years read separately.
In this Torah portion, the Scriptures talk about laws concerning vows and a vengeance on the Midianites. It ends with chapter 32 and the transjordan tribes.
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Someone asked me this question…
Why do say renewed covenant, when God said it would be a new covenant?
This video is my answer.
In this Torah portion we read about, Moab seducing Israel, The second census of the nation, The daughters of Zelophehad,Instructions concerning offerings for appointed days. Please share if you enjoyed.
In this week’s Torah Portion we learn about The Red Heifer, Miriam and Aron die, and the children of Israel continue to complain. Also Moses disobeys! A powerful reading everyone should study.
In this Torah portion we see many leaders rebel against Moses. The people are led by 3, Korah, Dathan and Abiram. This portion also have information about The budding of Aaron’s Staff and the duties of priests and Levites.
In this Torah Portion, the scouts incite rebellion and the people rebel against Moses. Moses had to intercede for the people so they weren’t all destroyed for their rebellion. Our Creator still punished the Israelites. We also read about, additional regulations for laws concerning offerings.
This Torah Parashah explains the preparing the lamps and the levities dedicated. It also gives instructions for the 2nd passover and the parashah ends with the people complaining to Moses, especially Aaron and Miriam.
This is a study on the 2nd Torah Portion of the book of Numbers. It covers information about purifying the camp, Nazirite laws, and offerings of dedication.
This Torah portion introduces us to the book of Numbers. The purpose of Numbers is to tell the story of how Israel prepared to enter the promised Land, how they sinned and were punished, and how they prepared to try again