Parashat Va’era


Go to Pharaoh in the morning...and the staff that turned into a snake you shall take in your hand. And you shall say to him...As long as Moses held onto the staff it remained a dead piece of wood, but the minute he let go it became a frightening snake that caused him to flee.

Parashat Va’era2017-02-02T15:40:50+08:00

Parashat Shemot


Moses went out from Pharaoh...and spread out his hands to the LORD, and the thunder stopped and the hail and the rain were not flooding earthward. And Pharaoh saw that the rain and the hail and the thunder had stopped...When Moses spread his hands to the heavens, the thunder, hail and rain stopped - in

Parashat Shemot2017-01-19T19:51:58+08:00

Parashat Vayechi


After Jacob died, the brothers worried that Joseph would exact his revenge so they flung themselves before him and said, "Here we are, your slaves." Seeing this behavior, Joseph replies "Fear not, for am I instead of God?" The Hebrew, not having punctuation, leads all the translations to add a question mark. This suggests that

Parashat Vayechi2017-01-12T23:09:34+08:00

Parashat Vayigash


And Israel journeyed onward... to Beersheba, and he offered sacrifices to the God of his father Isaac. And God said... "Jacob...I am the God of your father. Fear not to go down to Egypt..." Knowing that God did not let his father to leave Israel, on the journey to Egypt, Jacob stops at Beersheba to

Parashat Vayigash2017-01-05T17:34:25+08:00
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