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Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor

Today we begin the fifth book of the Torah, and it begins with Devarim, the portion in which Moshe speaks to the Jewish people. Wait - but doesn't he speak to them in every portion? Yes, of course he does. But this, the fifth book, has its own differences.

In this book, Moshe repeats some important things. The sages say: it was the spirit of G-d that entered his mind, and he spoke what came out. That is the difference with the first four books. There G-d spoke, and Moshe repeated what He said.

What is the difference? Let's talk about that and more in our video today with Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor.

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Inspirational - Вдохновляющее Devarim
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