B’haalotcha

Torah Portion B'Ha'alotcha

Numbers 8:1 - 12:16

Zechariah 2:10 - 4:7

This year we will be going through the Torah portion cycle with a short teachings under 30 minutes each. Included in this post are the Haftarah portion and the Echoes Through Scriptures from previous years.

In B'Ha'alotcha, we will discuss how the effects of the worship of the golden calf have caused Israel to decline into a state of rebellion.

 

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Shalom! This week we discuss the adoption of the nations/Gentiles by God and the significance of the "accuser/prosecutor" in this text.

In B'haalotcha, we will discuss how God desired to fill all of Israel with His spirit, but only the 70 elders plus a few others received the Spirit. This is connected with Acts 2 where the restored Israel receives the Spirit of God on Shavuot/Pentecost.

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