Worshiping the golden Calf (illustration from a bible card published 1901 by the Providence lithograph Company) In classical rabbinic interpretation edit The parashah is discussed in these rabbinic sources from the era of the mishnah and the talmud : 53 deuteronomy chapter 1 edit The. That they may hear. All the words of this law the king would start reading at deuteronomy 1:1. 54 The school of Rabbi yannai plan interpreted the place name di-zahab ( ) in deuteronomy 1:1 to refer to one of the Israelites' sins that Moses recounted in the opening of his address. The school of Rabbi yannai deduced from the word di-zahab that Moses spoke insolently towards heaven. The school of Rabbi yannai taught that Moses told God that it was because of the silver and gold zahav ) that God showered on the Israelites until they said "Enough" dai ) that the Israelites made the golden Calf. They said in the school of Rabbi yannai that a lion does not roar with excitement over a basket of straw but over a basket of meat. Rabbi Oshaia likened it to the case of a man who had a lean but large-limbed cow.
Numbers 13:114:45 and deuteronomy 1:1945 both tell the story of the spies. Whereas Numbers 13:12 says that God told Moses to send men to spy out the land of Canaan, in deuteronomy 1:2223, moses recounted that all the Israelites asked him to send men to search the land, and the idea pleased him. Whereas Numbers 13:3133 reports that the spies spread an evil report that the Israelites were not able to go up against the people of the land for they were stronger and taller than the Israelites, in deuteronomy 1:25, moses recalled that the spies brought back. Deuteronomy chapter 2 edit numbers 20:1421, deuteronomy 2:411 and Judges 11:17 each report the Israelites' interaction with Edom and moab. Numbers 20:1421 and Judges 11:17 report that the Israelites sent messengers to the kings japanese of both countries asking for passage through their lands, and according to the passage in Numbers the Israelites offered to trade with Edom, but both kings declined to let the Israelites. Deuteronomy 2:6 reports that the Israelites were instructed to pay edom for food and drink. Deuteronomy chapter 3 edit The blessing of Moses for Gad in deuteronomy 33:2021 relates to the role of Gad in taking land east of the jordan in Numbers 32:136 and deuteronomy 3:1620. In deuteronomy 33:20, moses commended Gad's fierceness, saying that Gad dwelt as a lioness and tore the arm and the head. Immediately thereafter, in deuteronomy 33:21, moses noted that Gad chose a first part of the land for himself.
In deuteronomy 1:10, moses reported that God had multiplied the Israelites until they were then as numerous as the stars. In Genesis 15:5, god promised that Abrahams descendants would as numerous as the stars of heaven. Similarly, in Genesis 22:17, god promised that Abrahams descendants would as numerous as the stars of heaven and the sands on the seashore. In Genesis 26:4, god reminded Isaac that God had promised Abraham that God would make his heirs as numerous as the stars. In Genesis 32:13, jacob reminded God that God had promised that Jacobs descendants would be as numerous as the sands. In Exodus 32:13, moses reminded God that God had promised to make the patriarchs descendants as numerous as the stars. In deuteronomy 10:22, moses reported that God had made the Israelites as numerous as the stars. And deuteronomy 28:62 foretold that the Israelites would be reduced in number after having been as numerous as the stars.
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45 seventh reading — deuteronomy 3:1522 edit In the seventh reading aliyah moses defined the borders of the settlement east of the jordan, and charged the reubenites, the gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh that even though they had already received their land, they needed. 46 Moses charged Joshua not to fear the kingdoms west of the jordan, for God instant would battle for him and would do to all those kingdoms just as God had done to sihon and. 47 The maftir reading concludes the parashah with deuteronomy 3:2022, and deuteronomy 3:22 concludes the fifth closed portion setumah ). 48 readings according to the triennial cycle edit jews who read the torah according to the triennial cycle read the parashah according to the following schedule: 49 Ancient parallels edit The parashah has parallels in these ancient sources: deuteronomy chapter 2 edit numbers 13:22 and. Wilson suggested that the Anakim may be related to the iy-anaq geographic region named in Middle kingdom Egyptian (19th to 18th century bce) pottery bowls that had been inscribed with the names of enemies and then shattered as a kind of curse.
50 Inner-Biblical interpretation edit The parashah has parallels or is discussed in these biblical sources: 51 deuteronomy chapter 1 edit The book of Numbers ends in Numbers 36:13 with similar wording to the beginning of deuteronomy in deuteronomy 1:1. Numbers 36:13 ends: "These are the commandments and the judgments which the lord commanded the children of Israel by the hand of Moses in the plains of moab by the jordan, across from Jericho." deuteronomy 1:1 begins: "These are the words which Moses spoke. This is the characteristic of deuteronomy. Which is emphatically a book for the people." 52 Jethro and Moses (watercolor circa by james Tissot ) Exodus 18:1326 and deuteronomy 1:918 both tell the story of appointment of judges. Whereas in deuteronomy 1:918, moses creates the impression that he decided to distribute his duties, Exodus 18:1324 makes clear that Jethro suggested the idea to moses and persuaded him of its merit.
33 Then God told Moses that the Israelites would be passing close to the Ammonites, but the Israelites should not harass or start a fight with them, for God would not give the Israelites any part of the Ammonites' land, having assigned it. 34 Og's bed (engraving circa 1770 by johann Balthasar Probst) God instructed the Israelites to set out across the wadi Arnon, to attack sihon the Amorite, king of Heshbon, and begin to occupy his land. 35 Moses sent messengers to king Sihon with an offer of peace, asking for passage through his country, promising to keep strictly to the highway, turning neither to the right nor the left, and offering to purchase what food and water they would eat and. 36 But King Sihon refused to let the Israelites pass through, because god had stiffened his will and hardened his heart in order to deliver him to the Israelites. 37 The fifth reading aliyah ) ends here, with the end of the fourth closed portion setumah ). 38 Sixth reading — deuteronomy 2:313:14 edit In the sixth reading aliyah sihon and his men took the field against the Israelites at Jahaz, but God delivered him to the Israelites, and the Israelites defeated him, captured and doomed all his towns, leaving no survivor.
39 From Aroer on the edge of the Arnon valley to gilead, not a town was too mighty for the Israelites; God delivered everything to them. 40 Apportionments to the tribes of Israel, with those for reuben, gad, and Manasseh to the east of the river Jordan The Israelites made their way up the road to bashan, and King Og of Bashan and his men took the field against them. 41 so god delivered King Og of Bashan, his men, and his 60 towns into the Israelites' hands, and they left no survivor. 42 Og was so big that his iron bedstead was nine cubits long and four cubits wide. 43 Moses assigned land to the reubenites, gadites, and half-tribe of Manasseh. 44 The sixth reading aliyah ) ends with deuteronomy 3:14.
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24 Satellite image of the dream land east of the jordan river — ancient Edom, moab, ammon, and Gilead — present-day jordan and vicinity The Israelites remained at Kadesh a long time, marched back into the wilderness by the way of the sea of reeds, and. 25 The fourth reading aliyah ) ends here, with the end of the first closed portion setumah ). 26 Fifth reading — deuteronomy 2:230 edit In the fifth reading aliyah god then told Moses that they had been skirting that hill country long enough and should now turn north. 27 God instructed that the people would be passing through the territory of their kinsmen, the descendants of Esau in seir, and that the Israelites should be very careful not to provoke them and should purchase what food and water they ate and drank, for. 28 so the Israelites moved on, away from their kinsmen the descendants of Esau, and marched on in the direction of the wilderness of moab. 29 The second closed portion setumah ) ends in the middle of deuteronomy 2:8. 30 God told Moses not to harass or provoke the moabites, for God would not give the Israelites any of their land, having assigned it as a possession to the descendants of Lot. 31 The Israelites spent 38 years traveling from Kadesh-barnea until they crossed the wadi zered, and the whole generation of warriors perished from the camp, as God had sworn. 32 deuteronomy 2:16 concludes the third closed portion setumah ).
15 Moses told them not to fear, as God would go before them and would fight for them, just as God did for them in Egypt and the wilderness. 16 When God heard the Israelites' loud complaint, god became angry and vowed that not one of the men of that evil generation would see the good land that God swore to their fathers, except Caleb, whom God would give the land on which. 17 Moses complained that because of the people, god was incensed with Moses too, and told him that he would not enter the land either. 18 God directed that Moses's attendant Joshua would enter the land and allot it to Israel. 19 The third reading aliyah ) ends here. 20 fourth reading — deuteronomy 1:392:1 edit In the fourth reading aliyah god continued that the little ones — whom the Israelites said would be carried off — would also enter and possess the land. 21 The Israelites replied that now they would go up and fight, just as God commanded them, but God told Moses to warn them not to, as God would not travel in their midst and they would be routed by their enemies. 22 Moses told them, but they would not listen, but flouted God's command and willfully marched into the hill country. 23 Then the Amorites who lived spearheaded in those hills came out like so many bees and crushed the Israelites at Hormah in seir.
with deuteronomy 1:10. 6 Second reading — deuteronomy 1:1121 edit In the second reading aliyah moses appointed the leaders as chiefs of thousands, chiefs of hundreds, chiefs of fifties, and chiefs of tens. 7 Moses charged the magistrates to hear and decide disputes justly, treating alike israelite and stranger, low and high. 8 Moses directed them to bring him any matter that was too difficult to decide. 9 The Two reports of the Spies (illustration from Bible card published 1907 by Providence lithograph Company) The Israelites set out from Horeb to kadesh-barnea, and Moses told them that God had placed the land at their disposal and that they should not fear, but. 10 The second reading aliyah ) ends here. 11 Third reading — deuteronomy 1:2238 edit In the third reading aliyah the Israelites had asked Moses to send men ahead to scout the land, 12 and he approved the plan, selecting 12 men, one from each tribe. 13 The scouts came to the wadi Eshcol, retrieved some of the fruit of the land, and reported that it was a good land. 14 But the Israelites flouted God's command and refused to go into the land, instead sulking in their tents about reports of people stronger and taller than they and large cities with sky-high walls.
1, jews generally read it in July or August. It is always read. Shabbat Chazon, the sabbath directly before, tisha b'av. Contents readings edit In traditional Sabbath Torah reading, the parashah is divided into seven readings, or, aliyot. In the masoretic text of the tanakh ( Hebrew Bible parashah devarim has no "open portion" petuchah ) divisions (roughly equivalent to paragraphs, often abbreviated with the hebrew letter ( peh and thus can be considered one whole unit. Parashah devarim has five subdivisions, called "closed portions" setumah ) (abbreviated with the hebrew letter ( samekh ). The first closed portion setumah ) spans the first four readings aliyot the fifth reading aliyah ) contains the next three closed portions setumah and the final closed portion setumah ) spans the sixth and seventh readings aliyot ). 2 Moses Addressed the Israelites (1984 illustration by jim Padgett, courtesy of Sweet Publishing) First reading — deuteronomy essay 1:110 edit The first reading aliyah ) tells how, in the 40th year after the Exodus from Egypt, moses addressed the Israelites on the east side. 3 When the Israelites were at Horeb — mount Sinai — god told them that they had stayed long enough at that mountain, and it was time for them to make their way to the hill country of Canaan and take possession of the land.
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Devarim, d'varim, or, debarim ( —, hebrew for "things" or "words the mba second word, and the first distinctive word, in the parashah) is the 44th weekly torah portion parashah ) in the annual, jewish cycle. Torah reading and the first in the, book of deuteronomy. It constitutes, deuteronomy 1:13:22. The parashah recounts how. 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. Reuben, gad, and, manasseh. The parashah is made up of 5,972 Hebrew letters, 1,548 Hebrew words, and 105 verses, and can occupy about 197 lines in a torah Scroll (, sefer Torah ).