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This Week's Learning
May 19 - 25, 2019 / 14 - 20 Iyar, 5779
“Behar” (On the Mountain)
Torah:  Leviticus 25:1 - 26:2
Haftarah:  Jeremiah 32:6-27
To increase your understanding, please read the entire Torah portion before watching the video.
  • Methods of Interpretation
  • Letting the Land Lie Fallow
  • A Midrash on Shmittah
  • Midrash vs. P’shat

  • Helping the Poor
  • The Poor Man
  • The Rewards of Tzedakah
  • Sold and Redeemed
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#32 of 54
Time: 1:34:21
Lesson PGM1632
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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Iyar 21
Today is
36 Days
of the Omer
Iyar 15
Today is
30 Days
of the Omer
Iyar 16
Today is
31 Days
of the Omer
Iyar 17
Today is
32 Days
of the Omer
Iyar 18
Today is
33 Days
of the Omer
Iyar 19
Today is
34 Days
of the Omer
Iyar 20
Today is
35 Days
of the Omer
Omer Count
Blessing is said just after sundown, but not in the morning.

Before counting:
Blessed are You, Hashem our G-d, King of the Universe, Who has set us apart with His commandments and commanded us to count the Omer.

After counting:
May the Merciful One restore unto us the Service of the Holy Temple to its place, speedily in our days - Amen, Selah.
"And you shall count unto you from the morrow after the Shabbos, from the day that you brought the omer-sheaf of the wave offering; seven Shabbatot shall be complete: Even unto the morrow after the seventh Shabbos shall you number fifty days; and you shall offer a new tribute offering unto Hashem."

Leviticus 23:15-16

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