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ראה - "See"

Weekly parashah #47: Re'eh

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Deuteronomy 11:26

"See, I am setting before you today a blessing and a curse:

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The Hebrew Word

Re'eh (Strong's #7200) is a primitive root which means to "see". It is used 1308 times in 1198 verses in the Tanakh.

First use in Scripture

The first time re'eh is used in Scripture is in Genesis 1:4.

Genesis 1:4

G-d saw that the light was good; and G-d separated the light from the darkness.

 

Last use in Scripture

The last time re'eh is used in Scripture is in Malachi 3:18.

Malachi 3:18

So you will again distinguish between the righteous and the wicked, between one who serves God and one who does not serve Him.

 

Parashah Outline

  • Torah for the Sanctuary - Deuteronomy 12:1
  • Shun Idolatry - Deuteronomy 13:1
  • Clean and Unclean Animals - Deuteronomy 14:1
  • The Sabbatical Year - Deuteronomy 15:1
  • The Moedim of Pesach, of Shavuot, and Sukkot - Deuteronomy 16:1

 

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Torah Portion

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Today is

Yom Chamishi, 10 Sivan, 5778

Thursday, May 24, 2018

 

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