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Torah Portion: Korach B’Midbar(Numbers) 16-18

Torah Portion:  Korach  B’Midbar(Numbers) 16-18

Haftorah Reading: I Samuel 11:14-12:22

Today we read the Torah portion Korach. It contains the story of the most serious rebellion in scripture against Moshe. What do you think was the motivation of Korach to challenge Moshe? Why do you think he almost succeeded?

Over the next few minutes I pray we can find G-d’s answers to these and other questions you might have from this Torah portion. I also pray we can discover G-d’s application of this story to our own spiritual life.  First, let’s look at what might have moved Korach to take such action. I believe he was mainly motivated by jealousy. He sounded like he was confronting Moshe because, as he said, Moshe had taken too much for himself. He said, “All the congregation is holy.” Korach thought he should have been chosen for High Priest rather than Aaron, the brother of Moshe. He says any one of the congregation, who are all holy, could have filled the role. However, I believe his reasons had little to do with anyone but himself.

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Shelach L’Kha (Send on your behalf) B’Midbar(Numbers) 13-15

Torah Portion:  Shelach L’Kha (Send on your behalf)  B’Midbar(Numbers) 13-15

Haftorah Reading: Joshua 2:1-24

This Torah portion opens with the drama of sending the 12 spies into the Land and their return with answers to the questions of Moshe, which he charged them with before they set out. These twelve men were not just anyone but leaders of their tribes.

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Beha’alotcha “Arrange” B’Midbar(Numbers) 8-12

Torah Portion:  Beha’alotcha “Arrange” B’Midbar(Numbers) 8-12

Haftorah Reading: Zechariah 2:14-4:7

This week we read the Torah portion Beha’alotcha and in it we see many topics that can have a profound spiritual impact on our lives, beginning with the instructions of Aaron to kindle the Lamp stand that stood before the Holy of Holies.

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