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This Week's Learning
May 13 - 19, 2018 / 28 Iyar - 5 Sivan, 5778
“B'midbar” (In the Wilderness)
Torah:  Numbers 1:1 - 4:20
Haftarah:  Hosea 2:1-22
To increase your understanding, please read the entire Torah portion before watching the video.
  • In the Wilderness
  • A Place of Death
  • A Place of Unclean Spirits
  • A Place of Provision

  • A Place of Receiving Torah
  • Remembering the Wilderness
  • Counting the People
  • Nachshon: Prince of Judah
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#34 of 54
Time: 1:29:09
Lesson MVS1334
Recorded 5766 / 2006
Many people have an opinion about the Messiah. This year long study examines each section of Moses’ writings from the point of view of the Sages who lived in ancient and more recent times. What did these scholars find in the pages of the Scriptures that would reveal the future plan of G-d in the messianic kingdom?

This fascinating study compares the Midrash Rabbah, Targums, Mishnah, Gemarah and other ancient Jewish commentaries with the writings of the Bible to discover in what ways G-d chose to speak to the people of the Second Temple era using traditions and customs to reveal the identity of King Messiah with startling clarity.

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Iyar 28
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43 Days
of the Omer
Iyar 29
Today is
44 Days
of the Omer
Sivan 1
Today is
45 Days
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Sivan 2
Today is
46 Days
of the Omer
Sivan 3
Today is
47 Days
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Sivan 4
Today is
48 Days
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Sivan 5
Today is
49 Days
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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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