Hebrew In Israel | Torah Portion Beshalach – Learn Torah

"After Pharaoh had let the people go, God did not guide them to the highway that goes through the land of the P’lishtim, because it was close by — God thought that the people, upon seeing war, might change their minds and return to Egypt." Shemot 13:17

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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).

Torah Portion Beshalach: Exodus 13:17 – 17:16

Questions And Topics In This Discussion

  • The Verb Shalach
  • The Roads of Israel and Location of the Crossing of the Red Sea
  • Israel went up Armed (chamushim) out of the land?
  • When “Speaking” and “Silence” Refer to Actions
  • The Angel and Pillars With Israel
  • Splitting the Sea
  • “The Egyptians shall know that I am YHWH”
  • Linguistic elements in the Song on the Sea
  • Does God Have a Form?
  • Manna and Shabbat
  • Destryoing Amalek


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January 27, 2019 at 2:15 pm

You made my Shabbat!💕

Thank you, look forward to next one. Living in the bahamas now, and you and NG, get me through the week. Really miss talking Torah with Jeff Gilbert too.


December 17, 2022 at 2:59 pm

So here’s my understanding of ‘”Bake that which ye will bake, and seethe that which ye will seethe; and all that remaineth over lay up for you to be kept until the morning.’’ To me I see bake now, leave the rest of the manna to bake and cook for tomorrow as it won’t go bad like it previously did. The problem is we don’t really know what manna was. Or at least I don’t. Was it a raw material that needed to be baked and cooked or was it something that was already given in it’s edible state? What grew worms when they left it over? The bread they baked or the manna itself?

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