“For those who wish to bless the Jewish people by what they learn… and by how they live”
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This Week's Learning
September 18 - 24, 2016 / 15 - 21 Elul, 5776
“Ki Tavo” (When You Come In)
Torah: Deuteronomy 26:1 - 29:8
Haftarah: Isaiah 60:1-22
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Going Out and Coming In
The Results of Living Torah
Reliability of G-d's Laws
Some Tragic History
Racism and Expulsions
Rhetoric and Action
Justice and Vindication
#50 of 54 Time: 1:48:44 Lesson PGM1650 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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