To listen to a prophet who speaks in God’s Name.
1) Any prophet who arises and says that God sent him does not have to perform a sign of the type that Moses, Elijah or Elishah did, which involved supernatural events. 755 more words
After all of this doom and gloom over the previous chapters, I’m not particularly surprised that the people decide to rebel against the messenger. It’s easy to blame the one bringing news of things that we don’t want to hear, regardless of how true they may be, and the frustration of the people starts to boil over. 157 more words
Shalom everyone! The following is a list of the Special Torah portions for holidays, including Festivals, Fast Days and Special Sabbaths, read during an annual cycle on the Hebrew calendar, along with their corresponding… 355 more words
Shalom everyone! The Weekly Torah Portion or “Parashat ha-Shavua,” “parashah,” or “parsha,” is a section of the Torah that is read publicly and aloud each week in during… 998 more words