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Pinchas


Pinchas 1

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Pinchas 2

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Chp.25 verses 13 - 18, and Chp. 26 verses 1 - 4: Continues with the reward that Pinchas would receive for his act of zealousness. It mentions the name of the prince of the tribe of Shimon and the Midianite princes that he had killed. God commands Moshe to harass the Midianites since they were planning a sneak attack against the Jewish nation in retaliation for the death of their princess. Chp. 26 God commands Moshe and Elazar to count the people.

Pinchas 3

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Chp. 26 verses 5 -34: Moshe and Elazar the high Priest count the tribes according to families. A HEH is placed at the beginning of each name and a YUD at the end of each name, which alludes to God and a testimony to their family purity.

Pinchas 4

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Chp. 26 verses 38 65: The conclusion of the count of the twelve tribes of Israel from the age of 20 - 60. G-d tells Moshe that to these that were counted the land would be divided. The division would take place through a lottery. The chapter ends with the count to the tribe of Levi, from the age of one month.

Pinchas 5

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Chp. 27 verses 1 - 7: This chapter deals with the righteous daughters of Tzelophehad. There are different opinions as to whom he really was. However,general consensus is that he was the '' the gatherer of the wood on the Shabbos." His daughters were requesting that Moshe give them their father's portion in the land of Israel as their inheritance, since he had no sons to inherit. Moshe gives their case over to God to judge. He tells Moshe that they are correct in their request and that is the law for the future. If a man has no sons then his daughters do inherit.

Pinchas 6

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Chp. 27 verses 8 - 23: Finishes off the incident with the daughters of Tzelopchad. It continues with Moshe giving over his position of leadership to Yehoshua. He did so while he was still alive so that they would accept Yehoshua as their new leader. God told Moshe to place one of his hands on Yehoshua's head, but he placed both his hands as a sign of benevolence. He warned him to always lead the people and not have them lead him.

Pinchas 7

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Chp. 28 verses 1 - 8: This chapter discusses the continual daily sacrifice, korban Tamid. The first sacrifice of the morning and the last sacrifice of the afternoon were the Korban Tamid.

Pinchas 8

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Chp. 28 verses 9 - 15: This portion lists the sacrifices that were brought in the Temple on Shabbat. The next section deals with sacrifices that were brought in the Temple on Rosh Chodesh.

Pinchas 9

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Chp. 28 verses 16 - 31: The lecture begins with Passover and its' sacrifices. It then goes on to describe Shavuos and its sacrifices.

Pinchas 10

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Chp 29 verses 1 - 39: The chapter begins with the sacrifices brought on Rosh Hashanah. The chapter continues with Yom Kippur, then it discusses Succoth, and finishes with Shemini Atzeras. Chp. 30 verse 1 ends the portion with the words that " Moshe said to the Children of Israel according to all that God had commanded Moshe."


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