Devarim’s first two verses Let’s look at the first three verses of the Penateuch’s fifth book, or chumash, Deuteronomy (or Devarim): Verse 1: These are
A translated excerpt from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s words at the Torah Achievement Award Ceremony on 7th of Av 5779, August 8th, 2019. The sages say
Truly wise individuals have an innate understanding of the psyche In the Torah portion of Devarim, Moses begins his final speech and directive to the
Devarim: Sunday: Shechinah Speaking “These are the things that Moses spoke to all Israel”. The entire book of Deuteronomy is Moses’ speech. Together with that,
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In the final book of the Pentateuch, Sefer Devarim (the book of Deuteronomy), Moses recounted the events that happened to the Jewish people following their Exodus from
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