Deuteronomy Lessons Remnant Part 6 |shabb-081613-deut-remnant-pt5
Deuteronomy Lessons Remnant Part 6 covers the Generation that knew the Lord. Be ready to enter in to claim the promises and walk in the Lord. We will walk with Israel in the days of the post wilderness journeys. Here is a generation that has come to know the Lord. They have seen him, seen his power displayed, and have witnessed his judgments against those wicked of Israel. They saw his provision in the wilderness and now instructions by Moses given to him by God is going over the final instructions.
These final instructions mean literally life or death to Israel. They have a choice between blessing and cursing. It is real, choose the wrong one and you will die or live in a curse. The Israel of today is still living from choices their forefathers made generations ago. The repercussions of what is given in the Torah are still a viable item today. There is much for the Remnant Believer to understand and know regarding this section.
Deu 11:2 KJV And know ye this day: for I speak not with your children which have not known, and which have not seen the chastisement of the LORD your God, his greatness, his mighty hand, and his stretched out arm,
Deu 11:3 KJV And his miracles, and his acts, which he did in the midst of Egypt unto Pharaoh the king of Egypt, and unto all his land;
Deu 11:7 KJV But your eyes have seen all the great acts of the LORD which he did.
This video podcast of "Rabbi Dan's Judaic Studies Review" presents an overview of the Jewish holiday of Tu B'Shevat. It covers the topics of: 1) Tu B'Shevat in the Torah, 2) Tu B'Shevat in the Talmud, 3) When Tu B'Shevat was Halachically Relevant, 4) Tu B'Shevat and Kabbalah and 5) Tu B'Shevat and modern environmentalism.
The difference between joy and frustration in Torah study is the development of skills and competence, and the ability to make meaning out of the experience. In this webinar, we will work on ways to help students develop “access skills” in Torah study in a classroom of differentiated instruction. These skills can be applied by students whose level of readiness varies widely, across an array of Biblical texts. Our focus in this webinar will be on the power of names, nonnames, and epithets. We will concentrate on segments from ספר בראשית and ספר שמות . Participants should have their own חומש available during the webinar.