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Who Are G-d's Enemies?

Parsha Bahaalotecha

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Who Are G-d's Enemies?: Parsha Bahaalotecha

"So it was, whenever the ark set out, Moses would say, 'Arise, O Lord, may Your enemies be scattered and may those who hate You flee from You." What is the difference between "Your enemies" and "those who hate You"? An analysis of Rashi's commentary on Numbers 10:35. (Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 23, p. 73.)
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Moishe New Hampstread May 28, 2021

Thank you Rita. Reply

Rita Forbes Clinton May 27, 2021

Your ability to convert the hidden nuggets of scripture[s], and help us to understand the sage[s], and the author's meaning is valuable. This is learning in its finest moment, and its exciting! Your skill is greatly appreciated.

Thank you, Reply

Eugina Giovanna Herrera New York City, New York September 8, 2014

Corruption in our society Our world is corrupted. Were is the trust in our corrupted society?
I still believe in One G-d. Reply

Catherine Cronin New york June 9, 2014

How true ..The world awaits ..and is ready to meet God. Reply

Katrin P. Germany January 7, 2013

Thank you What we can learn from this shiur alone is immeasurable. Reply

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