This Week's Portion #37
Shelach Lekha | ?????? | "Send for yourself!" ?? ?????? | Lakk t’l’kalach’hu [tilkalachihu]
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1. Torah Reading
2. Prophets Reading
3. New Testament Reading
The thirty-seventh reading from the Torah is called Shelach (???), an imperative verb that means “send out.” The portion is so named from the first few words of the second verse: “Send out for yourself men so that they may spy out the land of Canaan” (Numbers 13:2). The Torah reading tells the tragic story of how the spies returned with a bad report about the Land of Promise and influenced the congregation of Israel to rebel against the LORD. Thus God consigned the generation of Moses to wander in the wilderness for forty years.
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