Devarim – The Vision – Past Present and Future

This Shabbat is called "Shabbat Chazon", (Shabbat of Vision). The name is after the prophecy that we read after this week\’s Torah reading.

It is the first chapter in Isaiah and also the first prophecy of the prophet that brings most of the final redemption prophecies. His name Isaiah means "God will redeem".

Here I bring you the actual chapter in English translation (NIV) and after each verse I\’ve added my explanation. I suggest you read each verse twice.

 

Devarim – The Vision – Past Present and Future

This Shabbat is called "Shabbat Chazon", (Shabbat of Vision). The name is after the prophecy that we read after this week\’s Torah reading.

It is the first chapter in Isaiah and also the first prophecy of the prophet that brings most of the final redemption prophecies. His name Isaiah means "God will redeem".

Here I bring you the actual chapter in English translation (NIV) and after each verse I\’ve added my explanation. I suggest you read each verse twice.

 

Behar – Bechokotai – The Light of the seventh

Behar Those are the last two Parashot of the book of Vayikra. The book deals with the work of the Kohanim and the Levites. In Kabbalah, the five books are related to the five dimension of Bereshit=Keter and the tip of the letter Yod, Shemot=Chokmah of the letter Yod, VaYikra=Binah=the upper letter He, Bamidbar=Zeir Anpin=the … Continue reading “Behar – Bechokotai – The Light of the seventh”

Matot Mas’ei – Man Woman – Light and Vessel

A man has the power to annul his daughter\’s or wife\’s vows but not his vows.

The reason for that is that a female is a vessel and a man is a channel for the Light. They are connected to his Light and If he hears his daughter or wife making a vow, it makes him part of the process. He can then deny channeling the Light from coming to the vessel.