Torah Portion: Pinchas (B’midbar 25:10 – 29:40)

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Shalom everyone. This is our commentary on the Torah portion, Pinchas. The beginning of this sidrah continues the narrative of Pinchas’ actions as a result of the sin of Ba’al Peor. As a reward for his righteous zeal, he is promoted from Levitical status to that of priest. We also read of Moses’ impending death and the decision that Joshua the son of Nun would succeed him. Enjoy. Approximately 1 hour.

 

 

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Torah Portion - Pinchas
This is Bill’s commentary on the Torah portion, Pinchas. The beginning of this commentary continues the narrative of Pinchas’ actions in response to the sin of Ba’al Peor. Rather than being guilty of murder, Pinchas is regarded as one who saved many lives and is rewarded with a “covenant of peace” and is promoted to the position of priest. Another promotion is evident in this portion with the decision that Joshua the son of Nun would succeed Moses upon the latter’s death. While he was imbued with the necessary spirit to see Israel into the land of Canaan, he would not be considered Moses’ equal. Nevertheless, Joshua is a prototype of the Messiah who would, indeed, eclipse Moses in stature. Much more! Approximately 1 hour.
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2 Responses to Torah Portion: Pinchas (B’midbar 25:10 – 29:40)

  1. Darleen Gallia says:

    Ruth came from the Plains of Moab which was across from Jericho. This land was give to Reuben 300 years before the time of the Judges. This is time of Ruth. There were no Moabites left according to Numbers 21:21-27 and Numbers 21:19,20 this is country or plains of Moab. In book of Ruth it says she was a woman of Moab (from the plains of Moab) not a descendant of Moab. This revelation answered so many questions for me. I always wondered about the scripture Deuteronomy 23:3-6. Would Yahweh go against His word. He says for us not to mix.

    I have read and studied this for almost 2 years and I just feel so Zealous for this new awareness. I thought appropriate time in this Torah to comment.

    It does not take anything away from Ruth but shows how Yahweh does not change.

    Some key words: your people (tribe) my people and your god (judge) will be my god (judge).

    I study with your YouTube and go hear you any chance I get. You are an amazing teacher. We just differ on this topic and that is ok.

    I may be wrong but that’s ok too. We all have our walk to walk.

    I appreciate you!! I just felt strongly to explain the revelation I got. There is much more but this is main part.

    Thank you for reading my comment.

    Shalom!

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