G-d also reveals to Moses how to make the priestly garments and describes the seven day ritual to invest Aaron (Cohen Gadol) and his sons Nadav, Avihu, Elazar and Itamar (Cohanim) as priests. ”And Moses” G-d commands “you shall command the sons of Israel to use pure olive oil for kindling …READ MORE

During his forty-day vigil in the mountain, G-d provides Moses with detailed instructions about how to build the tabernacle, the Mishkan, and its furnishing, including the Ark of the Covenant, the seven branched Menorah, and the altar. G-d first instructs Moses how to fashion a Dwelling …Read more.

G-d has just given the Ten Commandments on mount Sinai. Moshé informs the people of numerous ethical and ritual laws and seals the covenant between the Children of Israel and G-d. Rashi writes a Midrash on what G-d told to Moshé: “I gave you the Tables of the Law, including the Ten Commandments…

Yitro, Moses’ father-in-law, suggests a system for establishing courts to settle disputes and manage governance; G-d gives the Ten Commandments to the Children of Israel amidst fire, smoke, and the sound of the shofar. He takes Moses’ wife and two sons and brings them to Moses in the wilderness. ….

G-d tells Moses to set camp at the Sea of Reeds until pharaoh changes his mind about freeing the Jews and chases his former slaves. With the Egyptians on their tail, G-d splits the sea and Moses leads the Israelites…

G-d said to Moses “Go again to Pharaoh for I have hardened his heart so I may display my signs to the people. It is these signs which will…

G-d sends plagues to Egypt. At the beginning the Nile is turned into blood and the Egyptians are left without drinking water, then He sends the frogs. The next ….READ MORE

It’s the darkest hour yet in the history of the fledgling nation. Slaves in a foreign land, subject to the cruelest of decrees. ….

As the book of Genesis closes, the seventy souls of Jacob’s family become the twelve tribes of Israel. Cosmic secrets are almost revealed. The children of Israel sink deeper into exile, but the exile in Egypt will end when…

Joseph finally reveals his identity; his brothers are remorseful, his father overjoyed, and all come to live …READ MORE.