Genesis 30

Join Beth Tikkun as we continue our  Torah Project series. In this lesson, we discuss the longest paragraph found in the Torah and attempt to understand what God is trying to convey to us through it. We also delve into what is the true source of our problems, and how God has custom designed the solution for each of us. We finish by taking a look at the birth of Joseph and the events that occur immediately before and after it.

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Categories Genesis, Media, Torah Project | Tags: , , , | Posted on July 16, 2017

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  1. by ellen de winnaar

    On July 18, 2017

    Thank you Grant for the wonderful teaching! Ps 5 especially -exactly what I needed to hear because I go through something lately that I do not know where it comes from, now realising it is God making me aware what I must fight within me ! That there are flaws still from within that must be dealt with mercilessly as you say!
    How would I ever have discovered this if it was not for your obedience?
    You also read prayers out of the Siddur ? I think when you put the headpiece on ? I have a Siddur but cannot find it. Is it possible to forward this to me if it is not from the Siddur. Sorry I bother you a lot
    but this will also be so helpful to me. Blessings! Shalom.

  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On July 19, 2017

    Dear Ellen, Thank you for your kind words. But I don’t think it was my obedience that made this teaching possible so much as it was the many ‘whales’ in my life that I have had to deal with! But, thank you nonetheless. The blessing for donning the head tefillin is found in the weekday morning prayer section of the Siddur. But, if you do not own an complete Siddur, here is the blessing: “From Your wisdom, O Supreme God, may You imbue me. From Your understanding, give me understanding. With Your kindness do greatly with me. With Your power cut down my foes and rebels. May You pour Your goodly oil upon the seven arms of the menorah that Your goodness may flow to Your creatures. You open Your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing.” Shalom! Grant

  3. by Carine Strydom RSA

    On July 18, 2017

    I am humbled, blessed and so encouraged by this teaching, last but not least so grateful for the privilege to be able to listen to it.. Thank you to everyone involved at Beth Tikkun!

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