This morning while reading Parashat Beshalach, I was struck by verse 17:9 (Artscroll translation):
I hope you enjoy this short quiz on Mishpatim. There are several questions about the eved Ivri and other parts of the parasha.
Unless I state otherwise, assume that all of the answers are based on Rashi’s commentary.
Spring is definitely in the air.
It’s a good thing, too.
Pesach is now less than a month away and Pesach must be celebrated in the spring.
Last week’s parasha recounted the ascent of Moshe to Har Sinai.
This week begins the commandments for building the Mishkan and its service.
Since this week’s parasha recounts the ascent of Moshe to Har Sinai, here’s a word search puzzle on that theme.
I’m trying to understand what Moshe said to God just before the giving of the Torah.
Look at these verses (Judaica Press translation):
Since this week’s parasha recounts the giving on the Torah on Har Sinai, here’s a word search puzzle on that theme.
Earlier this week Lisa and I had the privilege of attending sheva berachot for newly weds David and Tova.
I volunteered to say a davar Torah. I’m sharing the part of it that ties in with Parashat Beshalach.
Our tradition tells us that God forgave the Jewish people for the sin of the Golden Calf on Yom Kippur.
The next day Moshe gathered the people and told them about the Divine command to build the Tabernacle (Mishkan).
Moshe gathered the people and told them about the Divine command to build the Tabernacle (Mishkan).