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Vayelech

52nd Torah Portion – Deuteronomy – Vayelech

Shabbat Shalom, y’all!

We’re in the book of Deuteronomy (Greek: Δευτερονόμιον Deuteronómion, lit. ’second law’) is the fifth and last book of the Torah (in Judaism), where it is called Devarim (Hebrew: דְּבָרִים Dəḇārīm, lit. '[the] words [of Moses]’) and the fifth book of the Christian Old Testament.

We are reading in Vayelech, Vayeilech, VaYelech, Va-yelech, Vayelekh, Wayyelekh, Wayyelakh, or Va-yelekh (וַיֵּלֶךְ‎ — Hebrew for “then he went out”, the first word in the parashah)

Moses speaks to the children of Israel - Vayelech
Moses speaks to the children of Israel

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What is this Torah portion about?

In the parashah, Moses told the Israelites to be strong and courageous, as Yehovah and Joshua would soon lead them into the Promised Land. Moses commanded the Israelites to read the law to all the people every seven years. He told Mosheh (Moses} that his death was approaching, that the people would break the covenant, and that He would thus hide His face from them, so Moses should therefore write a song to serve as a witness for Yehovah against them. (<<— edited from wikipedia)

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Where are we in our studies?

Devarim is a plural word. The root is Davar which means, word, speech, or thing. So “devarim” means words, speech, or things. I agree with Yirmiyahu Ben Azriel that “words” is the best translation in this context.

You should know that Devarim is not the Hebrew word for Deuteronomy. Deuteronomy is Greek for “second law.” Meaning the second giving of the law. Mosheh expounds on where they’ve come and admonished how to proceed from there on.

What is our study called?

Study’s Name

52 Vayelech 1 October 2022 6 Tishrei 5783 Deuteronomy 31:1–30 Hoseah14:2–10;*
Micah 7:18–20; Joel 2:15–27 Matthew 18:21–35

Torah :

hafTarah or Prophets :

Brit Hadasha:

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