Parshas Tetzaveh

The Missing Moses Rabbi Zev Leff  Now, if you would, please forgive their sin. If not, You can blot me out from the book that you have written. (Exodus 32:32) Moses’ name is not mentioned explicitly in this Parsha. He is referred to only with the pronoun

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Tetzaveh – Pure Beginnings

The Parsha begins with HaShem’s instructions to Moshe Rabbeinu with regard to the people who would make the vestments that Aaron, the Kohen Gadol, would wear during his service.  “And you shall speak to all the wise-hearted people whom I have invested with a spirit of wisdom, and

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Parshas Tetzaveh

Based on Rav Noah Weinberg You, (Moses) must command the Israelites to bring you clear illuminating oil, made from hand crushed olives, to keep the lam constantly burning. (p.415, line 20) From this day forward, the seven-branched menorah placed in Temple was to become a symbol for

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