• 613 Commandments

    Shavuot is a spring holiday celebrates the revelation of the Torah to Moses at Mount Sinai, the traditions and “rules” by which one should live, and celebrates these rich traditions that have been passed down

  • 613 Commandments song Cover image of Torah scrolls for Debbie Friedman's song 613 Commandments

    There is a traditional belief that Moses received the 10 Commandments from God on Shavuot.

  • How Generous of You!! ... Wait A Second How Generous of You!! ... Wait A Second

    As I recall, one day while browsing the web, I noticed some pictures of lavish things that people did to honor those who have died; I assume the honored dead did great deeds for society or at least were thought to do so while they

  • Parashat Behar-Bechukotai Stone tablets inscribed with the 10 Commandments.

    Parasha for the Week: Behar-Bechukotai: Leviticus 25:1 – 27:34.

    Haftarah for the Week: Jeremiah 32:6 – 27.

    Apostolic Writings: Luke 4:14 – 22.

  • Porkless Shavuot Illustration: "Porkless Shavuot" depicting a star with a smiling face looking approvingly at 2 stone tablets

    Calculating the time it took to go from Egypt to Mount Sinai, it is most likely that Moses was on Mount Sinai during the first Shavuot.

  • Shavuot Image celebrating Shavuot: 10 Commandments on 2 stone tablets

    Shavuot means weeks and it is one of the feasts of the LORD mentioned in the Torah.

  • Shavuot. 10 Commandments

    Shavuot. 10 Commandments.

    Sermon by Messianic Rabbi Jeff Zaremsky.

  • The Ten Commandments: Introduction

    The Ten Commandments: Introduction

  • Torah Study Lesson 7. MOSES AND THE 10 COMMANDMENTS

    When the children of Israel wandered in the wilderness they lived in tents. Today we have steel doors and bolt locks. Why is that? Well, you say, it’s because of the increase in crime.

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