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Devarim

44th Torah Portion – Deuteronomy/Devarim (דְּבָרִיםcalled Devarim (דְּבָרִים) for 22, July 2023

 Dvarim, or Debarim (Hebrew: דְּבָרִים, romanizedDəwārim, lit. ’things’ or ‘words’)

Devarim - Moshe speaks to Israel - renewedhealthandvitality.com
Moses Speaks to Israelites (19th-century engraving) by Henri Félix Emmanuel Philippoteaux)

Shabbat Shalom, y’all!

We’re in the book of Deuteronomy (Hebrew: בְּמִדְבַּר, Devarim), reading in Devarim

+++++ There was ++++ evening and morning

test everything, hold tight to what is good – 1 Thessalonians 5:21

֍ ֍ ֍ What is this Torah portion about?

This week we begin reading the fifth book of the Torah, called the “Book of Devarim” (Heb. ספר דברים), called Deuteronomy in the Christian Old Testament. “)

The parashah, Devarim, recounts how Moshe (Moses) appointed chiefs, the episode of the Twelve Spies, encounters with the Edomites and Ammonites, the conquest of Sihon and Og, and the assignment of land for the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh.  (<<—edited directly from wikipedia)

֍ ֍ ֍ Where are we in our studies?

The Book of Deuteronomy (literally “second law,” from Greek deuteros + nomos“)

Devarim, Dvarim, or Debarim (Hebrew: דְּבָרִים, romanizedDəwārim, lit. ’things’ or ‘words’)

֍ ֍ ֍ What is our study called?

Study’s Name

44 Devarim 22 July 2023, 4 Av Deuteronomy 1:1–3:22, Isaiah 1:1–27, Matthew 24:1–22

Devarim, D’varim, or Debarim (דְּבָרִים — Hebrew for “things” or “words”)

֍ ֍ ֍ ֍ Torah:

֍ ֍ ֍ ֍ hafTarah and Prophets:

֍ ֍ ֍ ֍ Brit haDashah – New Covenant:

 

֍ ֍ ֍ Videos About This Portion in Some Way


Og King of Bashan: Was He a Giant?
Joe Back – 1.68K subscribers from his channel – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnNtRP4BfSw


֍ ֍ ֍ Further info concerning how to study & apply Torah:

Og's bed (engraving circa 1770 by Johann Balthasar Probst)
Og’s bed (engraving circa 1770 by Johann Balthasar Probst)

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NOTE: For Older Testament passages I’ve become rather interested in reading them in the Septuagint. I know some passages are different there comparably, but the Septuagint seems to have more depth in understanding than the Bibles translated using the Masoretic text created in about 600-1000 a.d. This is compared to the origins of the Septuagint. The Septuagint is the very first translation of the Hebrew Bible from Hebrew to another language into Greek. It’s believed that it was probably translated as early as the third century BC. The Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Bible into Greek is traditionally dated to the reign of Ptolemy II Philadelphus of Egypt (285-246 BC).

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