This is my commentary on the torah portion Vayetze - "And he went out." This parsha details Jacob's journey into Padam-aram and his time spent under the oppression of Laban. This also tells of the origins of eleven of the twelve tribes and how they will be guarded and defended by the Messiah. Hope you enjoy! Approximately 2 hours.
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This is Bill's commentary on the torah portion Vayetze - "And he went out." This sidrah tells of Jacob's flight from Esau into Padam-aram. On the way, he encounters God at Beth-el, where he sets up a particular stone as "the house of God." As you will learn, this stone portrays the Messiah and demonstrates how He is the one who watches over the "heads" (tribes of Israel). Other Highlights
- The Even Ha'shetiyah
- What the ascending and descending angels represent.
- Leah's perceived weakness and Rachel's perceived strength
- The hints of the future Regathering of the Exiles.
- Approximately 2 hours