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Let's study the Parashah in Hebrew! This week's parashah is Shlach, found in Numbers 13:1-15:41. 

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Let's study the Parashah in Hebrew! This week's parashah is Beha'alotecha, found in Numbers 8:1-12:15. In this video we will pick up with 8:4.

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Let's study the Parashah in Hebrew! This week's parashah is Beha'alotecha, found in Numbers 8:1-12:15. In this video we will pick up with 8:3.

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Let's study the Parashah in Hebrew! This week's parashah is Beha'alotecha, found in Numbers 8:1-12:15.

Follow along in Hebrew on Sefaria.

Let's study the Parashah in Hebrew! This week's parashah is Nasso, found in Numbers 4:21-7:89.

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Let's study the Parashah in Hebrew! This week's parashah is Bamidbar, found in Numbers 1:1 - 4:20.

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Let's study the Parashah in Hebrew! This week's parashah is Bamidbar, found in Numbers 1:1 - 4:20.

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Did the apostles only give the Gentiles four laws? What about the other laws of the Torah? Why these four laws? Are they the same as the seven Noachide laws?

A discussion on the four prohibitions of the Apostolic Decree in Acts 15, their meaning and significance, and their origin in Torah Portion Acherei (Leviticus 17-18). Listen to the lecture that became the basis for one of the new chapters in the Ten-year Anniversary Edition of Restoration: Returning the Torah of Moses to the Disciples of Jesus.

Jesus did not cancel the Torah, and, by the way, the Torah is also for Christians. Biblical Christianity was originally a sect of Judaism that believed in Jesus and revered the Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) as the core of her Scriptures. Restoration is a riveting argument for a return to that original, biblical expression of faith in Jesus.

Colossians 2 is often cited to prove that the Torah’s commands—especially dietary laws and calendar observances—are not incumbent upon a follower of Yeshua, whether Jew or Gentile. But abolishing the Torah would have a devastating effect on the Jewish people. Learn the true context of this apostolic teaching and find out how the Sabbath, Rosh Chodesh, and holidays foreshadow the coming Messianic Kingdom.

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