Monthly ArchiveApril 2019

"יהוה spoke with Moshe after the death of Aharon’s two sons, when they tried to sacrifice before יהוה and died;" Vayiqra 16:1

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Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Tzav – Learn Torah

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In this week’s Torah portion, Tzav (command), we examine the merciful concepts contained in the sacrificial system.

Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Vayiqra – Learn Torah

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In this week’s Torah portion, Vayiqra (and He called), Yoel looks into the structure of Leviticus and the sacrificial system to give an overall description of the main sacrifices and offerings.

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Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Pequdei – Learn Torah

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In the final parashah of Exodus, Pequdei (accounts), the fulfillment of the instructions to build the tabernacle are completed.  Yoel gives us some pertinent requirements and insights about the temple, priests, levites and more.

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Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Vayaqhel – Learn Torah

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In this continuation of the Mishkan (tabernacle) series, Yoel discusses interesting details and interpretations of the design and structure of the tabernacle’s veils, roofing covers, the walls themselves, the altar of incense, altar of burnt offering, laver and courtyard.

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Hebrew In Israel| Torah Portion Ki Tisa – Learn Torah

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This week’s Torah Portion, Ki Tisa (when you take) begins with the practical command for the half shekel redemption and continues through treachery and how Moses wanted to know God. 

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Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Tetzaveh – Learn Torah

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The priestly garments are under exam in this week’s Torah Portion, Tetsaveh (you are to order). 

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Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Terumah – Learn Torah

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Yoel shares his personal connection to Temple studies and dives into the details of its materials and furniture as we begin the portions on the Miskan (tabernacle) with this week’s Torah Portion, Terumah (contribution). 

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Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Mishpatim – Learn Torah

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Some of the most controversial topics appear in this week’s Torah Portion, Mishpatim (Judgements).  Listen to the culture, concepts, and principles behind them.

Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Yitro – Learn Torah

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We explore Moses’ encounter with Yitro and the revelation of YHWH at Mt. Sinai in this week’s Torah Portion, Yitro (Jethro).

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Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Beshalach – Learn Torah

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Packed with information, Yoel presents nugget after historic nugget from this week’s Torah Portion, Beshalach (after he had let go).

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