If you’re traveling somewhere, and you arrive safely at your destination, what does it matter what you did on the way? Why must the Torah reiterate all of Israel’s journeys on the way from Egypt to the Promised Land?
Rabbi Lazer Brody On Parsha Matot
This week’s Torah portion shows the proper way that Israel should engage an enemy and go to war; as such, the succeed in achieving all their objectives…
Rabbi Chaim Richman On Parsha Matot
When the leaders of the tribes of Reuven and Gad approach Moshe and ask his blessing to settle in the lands east of the Jordan River, Moshe is aghast. He saw a great spiritual failing on the part of Reuven and Gad whose relationship and commitment to the land of Israel was apparently so conditional. What was it that Moshe detected in Reuven and Gad’s request that so troubled him, and what changed for Moshe so that in the end he agreed to their settling east of the Jordan.
Matot (Numbers 30:2-32:42)
Parashat Matot is read on Shabbat:
Tammuz 21, 5774/July 19, 2014
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