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This Week's Learning
June 26 - July 2, 2016 / 13 - 19 Sivan, 5776
“Shelach” (Send Forth)
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Torah:  Numbers 13:1 - 15:41
Haftarah:  Joshua 2:1-24
To increase your understanding, please read the entire Torah portion before watching the video.
Topics:
  • Looking Through a Lens
  • Some Things Never Change
  • Casting the First Stone
  • Sin of an Upraised Hand
  • The Proper Lens
  • The Priests and Sunrise

  • The Twelve Spies
  • Rejecting the Kingdom
  • Tzitzit on the Corners
  • Sha’ul, David and Tzitzit
  • Looking Upon the Tzitzit
  • Torah and Salvation
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Time: 2:00:46
Lesson PGM1637
Recorded 5767 / 2007
Never losing the emphasis on the Messianic character of the Torah, each year’s study reveals deeper and more significant insights into His person, His work and His words. Departing from a surface examination, more attention this year is paid to the Messiah’s adherence to and fulfillment of the Torah.

However, with a greater revelation of the character of G-d, comes the added responsibility of adapting our own lives in order to live His way. “Be holy, because I am holy” is a refrain often repeated throughout the pages of the Torah and our challenge is to constantly measure ourselves by comparing our conduct with His character, His nature and His ways.

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