Torah Tidbits: Tazria – “White-washed Sepulchers”

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Shalom everyone! Here is the Torah Tidbit taken from the portion Tazria or "Conceive". The focus of this Tidbit is "White-washed sepulchers". I hope you will enjoy. Approximately 17 minutes.

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Torah Tidbits - Tazria - AUDIO
Shalom everyone! Here is this week's Torah Tidbit taken from the portion Tazria or "Conceive". The focus of this Tidbit is "White-washed Sepulchers". 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: Tazria – “White-washed Sepulchers”

  1. Micheal MacDonald says:

    Bill – What if, and this is just me thinking out loud so take it for what it’s worth, what if the reason the person who was put outside of the camp because of his/her tzarat and was then pronounced to be clean if that tzarat had completely turned white was because he/she had repented of their sin and had dealt with the inward condition of their heart, purged it so-to-speak. The tzarat starts out red, then turns white. Sound familiar? I heard your teaching on the “Final Feasts”, specifically Yom Kippur, which describes the scapegoat the High Priest ties a scarlet thread around the horns and a nearby rock then ceremoniously thrown over a cliff. If the thread turned white, then Adonai had accepted it. If not,…..

    As always, this was a good teaching Bill. I encourage you to never stop what you are doing, unless of course our Father tells you it’s time to do something else, something more.

    Micheal

    • Bill says:

      Michael; Sorry for the delay in responding to this but I just overlooked it. As far as your comment, I think that is possible as well; in fact, that is what I always thought until I began to look at some other things. To some degree, it remains a bit of a mystery. Here’s one thing I know for sure: I don’t want it! Shalom.

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