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Parashat Bechukotai

פרשת בחוקותי

Lv. 26:3–27:34 | Jr. 32:6-27

God promises prosperity in the material field to the Children of Israel, but warns, at the same time, that their disobedience will even lead them to exile. Yet he asserts that he will not break his covenant with them. Tithing legislation appears here.



Bechukotai 5784

"If I forget you, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its skill. Let my tongue stick to the roof of my mouth if I do not remember you, if I do not set Jerusalem above my highest joy." - Psalm 137

Bechukotai 5783

If any of us doubted how the world works in relation to the Lord, Bechukotay makes it simple for us. If we fulfill God's precepts and commandments, things will go well. However, if we despise them, everything will become a bit more complicated.

Bechukotai 5782

Fifty-five years ago we woke up with the news that our brothers in Medinat Israel were in shelters, the soldiers at the front, the enlisted reservists. The Six-Day War had begun, a war whose consequences changed the face of the Middle East and Israel's place in the concert of nations.

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