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Rastafari Sabbath Study | Rss#38 | Korach | Korah | #BlackJews @LOJS

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This Week's Portion #38

Korach | קורח | "Korah" ቆሬ | Qorey [Qorei]

1. Torah Reading

Numbers 16:1-18:32

2. Prophets Reading

1 Sam 11:14-12:22

3. New Testament Reading

Rom 13:1-7

Portion Outline - TORAH

Numbers 16:1 | Revolt of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram
Numbers 17:1 | The Budding of Aaron's Rod
Numbers 18:1 | Responsibility of Priests and Levites
Numbers 18:8 | The Priests' Portion

Portion Outline - PROPHETS

1Sa 11:1 | Saul Defeats the Ammonites
1Sa 12:1 | Samuel's Farewell Address

Portion Commentary

The Two Wives

Thought for the Week: A proverb says, "Woe to the wicked, and woe to his neighbor." This applies to Dathan and Abiram, the neighbors of Korah. Dathan and Abiram were neighbors with a contentious man. That is why they were punished with him and were swept from the world. (Numbers Rabbah 17:5)

Commentary: Contention against leadership is contagious, and contentious people work hard to convince their companions to join their cause. Korah's initial grievances against Moses and Aaron had nothing to do with the Reubenites, but through frequent conversation and the subtle manipulation of ideas, Korah was able to draw his neighbors into sedition.

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