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Navigating Divine Messages in the Structure of Parsha Vaeira

Outline Vaeria

Outline Vaeria: Embark on a captivating journey as we delve into the concealed beauty of Parsha Vaeira’s Hebrew structure! Beyond the conventional books, chapters, verses, and Aliyah sections lies the authentic flowing text of Hebrew, waiting to be uncovered. Join us in this enlightening video as we share the true structure with our English reading audience. Gain unique insights into the richness of the Hebrew language and deepen your connection with the sacred text. Don’t miss out on this illuminating exploration – discover the hidden gems within Parsha Vaeira’s structure!

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An Exciting New Outline on Shemot | The Book of Exodus

Understanding Exodus / Shemot

Embark on an insightful journey through Parsha Shemot (Book of Exodus) with Umberto Cassuto’s detailed breakdown. Dive into bite-sized sections of English translations, aiding Bible students, Torah readers, and scholars in grasping the essence of this parsha. Uncover the hidden depths of the first seven verses with an awesome teaching. We explore voice of God in the burning bush, God’s name connected to the patriarchs, and the mysterious phrase ‘you are bridegroom of blood to me.’ Delve deeper into these captivating themes and more, gaining a heightened understanding of the profound layers within this compelling portion.”

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The Tabernacle of Moses

The Tabernacle of Moses

The Tabernacle of Moses begins in parsha terumah תְּרוּמָה (Exodus (Shemot) 25:1-27:19) with a terumah, offering. In this text we see how the ‘blueprint” for the tabernacle (Mishkan) was given to Moses directly from Yehovah. In Exodus 25:9 Yehovah states, “According to all that I show thee, the pattern of the tabernacle, and the pattern of all the furniture thereof, even so shall ye make it.” (JPS).

The Tabernacle of Moses is a popular topic. Watch the Video and see the notes below.

Inverted Nuns in Parsha Beha’alotcha – Video

Inverted Nuns Video

Inverted nuns, in the Masoretic text, is one of many scribal nuances. These scribal nuances have various traditions connected to them. The first appearance of the strange nuns is in parsha Beha’alotcha. They were one of the first scribal nuances I discovered.

Below I have posted my personal discovery of the strange nuns. Also included is a YouTube video by a Chabad Rabbi teaching their tradition concerning the nuns. Finally, there is a link to another article discussing them.