,With An Eye Towards The
Aharon is instructedto light the Menorah, and theMenorah’s construction isreviewed. Moshe is commandedto inaugurate the Leviyim intothe service of the Mishkan.
The Leviyim areinaugurated into Temple service.Their term of service was fromage 25 to age 50.
The Bnai Yisroel keeptheir second Pesach since leavingEgypt. The laws of Pesach Shaynie- the makeup Pesach (one month
aer Pesach) are taught for those
who were unable to bring thePascal Lamb at the appropriatetime.
The movement of thePillar of Clouds as the indicatorsof when to set or break the
camp is identied. In addition
to the Pillar of Clouds, Moshe iscommanded to make two silvertrumpets that would be usedto herald the traveling of theencampment, or the movementof troops during war.
The description of thenation’s travels from the desertof Sinai is recorded. Mosheapproaches Yisro, who refuses
his oer to join them in Eretz
The two verses of“When the Ark went forth” arestated, and then things beginto unravel. The main body ofthis Aliya describes the nation’scomplaints against the physicalconditions of their dwelling in thedesert. The Manna is describedin contrast to the nation’s desirefor “real food”. Moshe expresseshis frustrations as leader, andHashem promises to send quailto satisfy the people’s desire formeat. Moshe is instructed toappoint a Sanhedrin to help himgovern and teach the nation. The
70 Elders are divinely conrmed,
and Eldad and Maydad prophesiesthe transition of leadership fromMoshe to Yehoshua.
The quail descend uponthe camp in such quantity thateach person collected 1000 lb. ofmeat. Aharon and Miriam speakLashon Harah about Moshe,
resulting in Hashem conrming
Moshe as His preeminent servant
and prophet. Miriam is aictedwith Tzaraat.
Shabbat Beha’aloscha June 13th, 2009 •
ט״סשת ןויסב א״כ
ךתלעהב תשרפ תבש
Parshat Beha’aloscha pg. 774 Haforah pg. 1182
Note: The Shabbos Torah Reading is divided into 7 sections. Each section is called an Aliya [literally: Goup] since for each Aliya, one person “goes up” to make a bracha [blessing] on the Torah Reading.
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