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Parashas Re'eh


Re'eh 1

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3 months ago
Re'eh 1, Chp. 11 verses 26 - 28: Introduction, Moshe tells the nation not just to listen but also to see, and chose between blessing and curses.

Re'eh 2

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3 months ago
Chp. 11 verses 29 - 32, Moshe finishes off the chp. with a warning that they should guard and keep all the commandments which G-d has given them. Chp. 12 verses1 - 7: Moshe tells them that when they enter the land that they are commanded to destroy all forms of idolatry. In addition they should change the names of the places where idols were worshiped. But there is warning not to do the same to our G-d, never to erase His name.

Re'eh 3

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3 months ago
Chp. 12 verses 8 - 17: Moshe tells the people that they would be allowed to bring their peace sacrifices on private alters only until the land would be divided and God would chose a place for his Sanctuary. They private alters would be forbidden.

Re'eh 4

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3 months ago
Chp. 12 verses 18 - 23: A continuation of the eating and slaughtering meat for personal consumption.

Re'eh 5

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2 months ago
Chp. 12 verses 25 - 31: Continues with the prohibition of eating blood and a warning to only bring sacrificial offerings in the place which God would choose. Also not to follow the ways of the nations that were being exiled from the land, and to not serve their idols.

Re'eh 6

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2 months ago
Chp. 13 verses 1 - 6: Moshe warns the people not follow a false prophet or a dreamer. The Baal HaTurim sees an allusion to Jesus in the wording of our section. These people are seen as a test of ones belief in God.

Re'eh 7

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2 months ago
Chp. 13 verses 7 - 19: Deals with the laws about a person who incites others to serve idols and his punishment. It then goes on to discuss a city where the majority of the inhabitants serve idols, and their punishment.

Re'eh 8

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2 months ago
Chp. 14 verses 1 - 8: This chapter begins with the laws of mourning and the prohibition of cutting you flesh or your head as a sign of grief. Continues with the laws of kosher animals and those that are not kosher and what determines if they are kosher or not.

Re'eh 9

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1 month ago
Chp. 14 verses 9 - 22: Begins with the laws of kosher fish. Continues with kosher birds and a description of non kosher birds. States prohibition of eating any animal that is not ritually slaughtered. We begin the laws of tithing.

Re'eh 10

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1 month ago
Chp. 14 Verses 23 - 29: The Second tithing and the Tithing for the poor.

Re'eh 11

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1 week ago
Chp. 15 verses 1 - 8: The chapter begins with the commandment to absolve all debts on the sabbatical, 7th year. The portion continues with the Commandment to help your brother who is destitute with charity, and kind words.

Re'eh 12

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3 days ago
Chp. 15 verses 9 - 14: Continues with the release of any debts at the end of the 7th year. The Mitzvah of giving charity and the laws of the Jewish slave.

Parashas Re'eh (2004 - 2007)


Re'eh 1a

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9 years ago
Chp. 11 verse 26 - Chp. 12 verse 21: Introduction, Moshe informs the people that they have a choice between blessings and curses, if they chose to follow the commands of G-d or not. He also informs them of the ceremony that would held on the mountains of Gerizim and Eival upon entering Eretz Yisrael. Chp. 12, Moshe reviews some of the laws that would regulate their lives once they entered the land. Laws concerning idols. Laws that would be connected to a central place of worship and sacrifices to Hashem. The prohibition of eating blood. Laws of tithing and to not forget the Levi. The laws of ritual slaughtering.

Re'eh 1b

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9 years ago
Chp. 12 verse 22 - Chp. 13 verse 19: Begins with the prohibition of eating blood, to do what is proper in the eyes of Hashem and to not follow the ways of the other nations. Chp. 13, warning about a false prophet, and an inciter, and that they should be put to death. Laws of a "rebellious city."

Re'eh 2a

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9 years ago
Chp. 14 verse 1 - Chp. 15 verse 7: Prohibition of self inflicted wounds, and of eating anything abominable. The dietary laws are reviewed. The laws of Ma'aser Sheini and where it should be eaten. Chp. 15, The laws of the sabbatical year.

Re'eh 2b

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9 years ago
Chp. 15 verse 7 - Chp. 16 verse 17: Laws of helping the poor. The laws of the hebrew slave. The laws of the firstborn of your flock. Chp. 16, Reviews the laws of Pesach, Shevuous, and Succos. Moshe empahasized that every male Israelite was to make a pilgrimage three times a year to the Sanctuary, bringing with him sacrifices, each person according to his means.


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