Torah Tidbits: Shelach L’cha – “Whom Shall I Fear?”

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Shalom everyone! Here is the Torah Tidbit taken from the portion Shelach L'cha or "Send For Yourself". The focus of this Tidbit is "Whom Shall I Fear" I hope you will enjoy.

Approximately 13.5 minutes.

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Torah Tidbits - Shelach L'cha - AUDIO
Shalom everyone! Here is the Torah Tidbit taken from the portion Shelach L'cha or "Send For Yourself". The focus of this Tidbit is "Whom Shall I Fear" I hope you will enjoy. 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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2 Responses to Torah Tidbits: Shelach L’cha – “Whom Shall I Fear?”

  1. Stella Schwartz says:

    great teaching Bill! reminds me that one should never speak ill or bad when one visits Israel. We are to pray for Shalom for Yerushalayim instead.

  2. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    The mere fact that the people still had the scent of victory over their misery and enslavement by the hand of almighty God; leaves one stunned at their lack of “Faith”…

    To be more precise; lack of “Trust”

    That, to me truly is the core of the issue; and their descendants today, still wrestle with this…

    It is one thing to “fear” another to “respect”, but the heart of the matter is, has, and will always be the matter of “Trust”…

    On a different Rabi trail; “Setur” unpacked in it’s entirety = 666 hidden spy……. Could this be a sode understanding that HaSatan was among the spies ?

    Of course it’s a given, that every man must deal with his own dark inclinations as Torah teaches, and I am not so sure that “he” (HaSatan) would have been allowed to walk around in Israel’s Camp; but with your revelation of “Setur’s” hidden meaning, It becomes more evident to me that it might have been so…

    As always your dedication to revealing these details surely enlighten one’s eyes even more…, stay the course dear brother, it is soul food… you ARE feeding the flock..

    Shalom, shalom

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