Torah Tidbits: Ekev – “Heads or Tails”

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Shalom everyone! Here is the Torah Tidbit taken from the portion Ek'ev, which means "Because". The focus of this Tidbit is "Heads or Tails". I hope you will enjoy.

Approximately 12 minutes.

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Torah Tidbits - Ek'ev - AUDIO
This is the tidbit taken from the Torah Portion Ek'ev, meaning "Because", with a focus on "Heads or Tails" Download Note: We appreciate your support and hope you get enjoyment from this teaching. We respectively request that you please refrain from posting this teaching on other websites and social media including Facebook and YouTube. We also request that you do not reproduce these teachings on DVD or CD for unauthorized distribution. You may reproduce these teachings for the following exceptions:
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One Response to Torah Tidbits: Ekev – “Heads or Tails”

  1. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    Bill, I agree with everything you’ve said, but I see another duality to the aspect of that Talmudic statement…

    Your statement that God will not necessarily make someone fear Him so as to walk uprightly; may be questionable…
    My Understanding for this is Jonah & Nineveh (though not an individual) where fear was used by the Lord to bring a people unto repentance…

    I Understand this Talmudic statement as: that God does not give man an “inherent fear” of Him…

    Though God does create Man with an “inherent Knowledge” of Him…

    Shalom, shalom.

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