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When a Jew abandons Torah, does he or she lose their connection with G-d? Or is it the Torah that loses its connection with G-d?
The light of the Menorah wasn't for G-d's benefit; it was for us. Same is true for all the commandments.
As mandated in the Torah,Exodus 28. the Kohanim (priests, who were descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses) wore special clothing while serving in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem (or its portable predecessor, the Tabernacle). The rank-and-file priests were as...
Will I revert to how I was before ALS, or will I remain the man I have become due to the crushing years that I have endured?
All this will come with the third Temple, which G-d is building in heaven
This is the only Torah portion from the beginning of Shemot to the end of Bamidbar that does not contain the name of Moses. Why?
Leadership and prayer: the two share a common theme.
The breastplate was a garment worn by the high priest while serving in the Holy Temple.
By law, the menorah stood in a chamber into which only kohanim (priests) were permitted entry. But the law also states that an ordinary person may light the menorah. What is the point—and lesson—of this legal paradox?
For an informed reading of Ezekiel 43:10-27
The second half of the portion of Tetzaveh is devoted to the inaugural service of the Tabernacle in the wilderness. The Torah describes in detail the various offerings and services that were to be done during this inaugural period, which lasted seven days...
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