Finally, whereas God wrote the first set of tablets, Moses and God, together, wrote the second set. Talk about depressing! Connect to the JC Network. Ten Commandments. Jewish Life navigation feature buckets. However, the vast majority of the Jews who had lived in Egypt over the previous or years didn't make it to the finish line. JC Reporter Mon, Other interpretations of chamushim assume the "five" reading. Rather, it is clearly as we have explained. In his efforts to appease God, Moses exhibits real leadership.
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Shemot - Exodus - Chapter 10 Rashi's Commentary:. 10So he [Pharaoh] said to them, "So may the Lord be with you, just as I will let you and your young.
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This was truly cause for celebration. How can this statement make sense?
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When the people insist that Aaron make a god who will go before them, they give this reason: "for that man Moses, who brought us out from the land of Egypt — we do not know what happened to him" Exodus During the three days of darkness, as it says, 'People could not see each other' Shemot Targum Yonatan says each family had five children.
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Rashi follows this midrash in his commentary to Shemot Perhaps the people depend heavily on Moses because it is just recently that they have been freed from slavery and they still feel a need for the kind of dictatorial rule they had experienced under Pharaoh.
The first possibility: the first set of tablets represented a fuller understanding of Torah. I pleaded with the Eternal at that time, saying, "O Eternal God, You who let Your servant see the first works of Your greatness and Your mighty hand, You whose powerful deeds no god in heaven or on earth can equal!
This occurred seven days after leaving Egypt, so we now read this story annually on the seventh day of Pesach.
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Maybe because they needed to give voice to the huge relief of finally being redeemed. When You believe became a hit single. The Jewish Chronicle.
There is a "first cousin" to this teaching.