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Every two weeks, we ponder, riff and consider 4 chapters of the Tanakh, starting in Genesis and finishing in 2 Chronicles. It might take a while. Please be patient.
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Zechariah sees a celestial hearing in which the High Priest stands before Satan. God rebukes Satan and says that he doesn't want to hear any accusations against the Jewish People who have endured so much! Instead the High Priest is given fresh, clean clothing, symbolizing God's forgiveness of His people and his intent to offer Israel a fresh start,…
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Zechariah 1 offers a cryptic image of white and red horses and a mystery man who reports: “We have roamed the world, and have found it dwelling in tranquility.” To which Zechariah's angel blurts out: "How long will You withhold mercy from Jerusalem and the towns of Judah, to which you have been furious for seventy years already?”…
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The year is 520 BCE. the second year of the reign of Darius. Jews returned to Judea 17 years previously. But the Temple project has stalled ... Haggai quotes the people who say that "It isn't the right time to build the House of God."Haggai communicates that God feels differently: "Build the House and I will be pleased and glorified..." TO DONATE V…
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Chapter 3 describes: 1. Nineveh as the City of Blood 2. Her promiscuity and witchcraft - possibly a reference to her idolatrous culture, or to he double-dealing in international relations (Radak) 3. The Assyrian conquest of Thebes, and that the same fate will befall Nineveh 4. The siege of Nineveh 5. The collapse of the leadership, the economy and …
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This is another chapter about redemptive, messianic times. But the text is at cross purposes: Will the future be one of war or peace? Why would shepherds and princes (rather than warriors) be the correct way to fight Assyria? In this podcast we relate to Rav Amital's Hesped for the 8 soldiers from Yeshivat Har Etzion who fell in the Yom Kippur War.…
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