He went up to his father arrogantly. But the father asked the son whether he thought that he was respected on his own account, when the son was respected only on account of the respect that was due to the father. So the father renounced the son, and as a result, no one took any notice of him. So when Israel went out of Egypt, the fear of them fell upon all the nations, as Exodus 15:1416 reported, "The peoples have heard, they tremble; pangs have taken hold on the inhabitants of Philistia. Then were the chiefs of Edom frightened; the mighty men of moab, trembling takes hold upon them; all the inhabitants of Canaan are melted away. Terror and dread falls upon them." But when Israel transgressed and sinned, god asked Israel whether it thought that it was respected on its own account, when it was respected only on account of the respect that was due to god. So god turned away from them a little, and the Amalekites came and attacked Israel, as Exodus 17:8 reports, "Then Amalek came, and fought with Israel in Rephidim and then the canaanites came and fought with Israel, as Numbers 21:1 reports, "And the canaanite, the.
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So in an application of the principle of deuteronomy 32:4, The rock, his work is perfect; for all His ways are justice, god raised up kings, sages, and prophets for both Israel and nonbelievers alike. Just as God raised up Moses for Israel, god raised up Balaam for the nonbelievers. But whereas the prophets of Israel cautioned Israel against transgressions, as in ezekiel 3:17, balaam sought to breach the moral order by encouraging the sin of baal-peor in Numbers 25:113. And while the prophets of Israel retained compassion towards both Israel and nonbelievers alike, as reflected in Jeremiah 48:36 and ezekiel 27:2, balaam sought to uproot the whole nation of Israel for no crime. Thus God removed prophecy from nonbelievers. 53 The confusion of Tongues (engraving by gustave doré from the 1865 la sainte bible ) Rabbi hanina bar Papa taught that to enjoy this world without reciting a blessing is tantamount to robbing God, as Proverbs 28:24 says, "Whoever robs his father or his. Rabbi simeon told that God called to the 70 angels who surround the throne of God 's glory and said, "Let us descend and let us confuse the 70 nations (that made up the world) and the 70 languages." Rabbi simeon deduced this from Genesis. God's lot fell upon Abraham and his descendants, as deuteronomy 32:9 reports, "For the lord's portion is his people; Jacob is the lot of his inheritance." God said that God's soul lives by the portion and lot that fell to god, as Psalm 16:6 says. 55 The sifre expanded on the metaphor of God as an eagle in deuteronomy 32:11, teaching that just as an eagle enters her nest only after shaking her chicks with her wings, fluttering from tree to tree to wake them up, so that they will. 57 Rabbi judah ben Simon expounded on God's words in deuteronomy 32:20, "I will hide my face from them." Rabbi judah ben Simon compared Israel to a king's son who went into book the marketplace and struck people but was not struck in return (because. He insulted but was not insulted.
In deuteronomy 32:3, moses says, "When I (who am one) proclaim the short name of the lord, you (in the plural, who are thus at least two more) ascribe greatness to our God." Thus by using the plural to for "you moses implies that at least. 49 Rabbi jose found support in the words "ascribe greatness to our God" in deuteronomy 32:3 for the proposition that when standing in the house of assembly saying, "Blessed is the lord who is to be blessed people are to respond, "Blessed is the lord. 51 The gemara tells that when Rabbi haninah ben Teradion, his wife, and his daughter left a roman tribunal that sentenced him and his wife to death for studying the torah, they declared their submission to god's judgment by"ng deuteronomy 32:4. Rabbi haninah ben Teradion"d deuteronomy 32:4 to say, "The rock, his work is perfect; for all his ways are justice." His wife continued"ng deuteronomy 32:4 to say, "a god of faithfulness and without iniquity, just and right." And his daughter"d. 52 a midrash read deuteronomy 32:4 to help understand the non-Jewish prophet Balaam. The midrash explained that the torah records Balaams story to make known that because the nonbeliever prophet Balaam did what he did, god removed prophecy and the holy Spirit from nonbelievers. The midrash taught that God originally wished to deprive nonbelievers of the opportunity to argue that God had estranged them.
Rabbi johanan taught that God made a stipulation with the sea that it should divide before the Israelites in Exodus 14:21; thus Exodus 14:27 says, "And the sea returned le-etano that is, in accordance with its agreement li-tenao ). Rabbi jeremiah ben Eleazar taught that God made such a stipulation with everything that was created in the six days of creation, as Isaiah 45:12 says, "i, even my hands, have stretched out the heavens, and all their host have i commanded." God thus commanded. 44 Similarly, a midrash taught that God said that if you incline your ear to the torah, then when you begin speaking the words of the torah, all will remain silent before you and listen. The midrash taught that we learn this from Moses, for because he inclined his ear to the torah, when he came to begin speaking the words of the torah, both the heavenly and the earthly beings remained silent and listened. And the midrash taught that we know this from the words of Moses in deuteronomy 32:1, "give ear, you heavens, and I will speak." 45 The sifre taught that Israel would come before god and acknowledge that heaven and earth, the witnesses that God designated. Rava also inferred from the comparison in deuteronomy 32:2 of Torah to both rain and dew that Torah can affect a worthy scholar as beneficially as dew, and an unworthy one like a crushing rainstorm. 47 Rabbi Abbahu cited deuteronomy 32:3 to support the proposition of Mishnah Berakhot 7:1 48 that three who have eaten together publicly should say the Grace after meals (, birkat Hamazon ) together as well.
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For similar comparisons, see exodus 4:2223, Isaiah 1:2, and Hosea 11:1. In deuteronomy 32:10, god finds Israel in the wilderness, much as in Hosea 9:10, god says, "I found Israel like grapes in the wilderness; I saw your fathers as the first-ripe in the fig tree at her first season." Psalm 91 interprets the role. Psalm 91:4 explains, "He will cover you with His pinions, and under His wings shall you take refuge and Psalm 91:5 explains, "you shall not be afraid of the terror by night, nor of the arrow that flies by day." deuteronomy 32:13 told how God. Treads upon the high places (-, al-bamatei ) of the earth." In classical rabbinic interpretation edit The parashah is discussed in these rabbinic sources from the era of the mishnah and the talmud : 40 The songs of joy (watercolor circa by james Tissot ). (see the image at the top of this article.) If a scribe writes the song as plain text, then the scroll is invalid.
42 Rabbi samuel ben Nahman asked why moses plan called upon both the heavens and the earth in deuteronomy 32:1. Rabbi samuel compared Moses to a general who held office in two provinces and was about to hold a feast. He needed to invite people from both provinces, so that neither would feel offended for having been overlooked. Moses was born on earth, but became great in heaven. 43 Israel's Escape from Egypt (illustration from a bible card published 1907 by the Providence lithograph Company) Rabbi jeremiah ben Eleazar taught that after Moses called upon the heavens to "give ear" in deuteronomy 32:1, the heavens silenced according to god's decree.
28 God would make god's arrows drunk with blood, as God's sword devoured flesh, blood of the slain and the captive from the long-haired enemy chiefs. 29 God would avenge the blood of God's servants, wreak vengeance on God's foes, and cleanse the land of God's people. 30 The sixth reading aliyah ) ends here. 31 seventh reading — deuteronomy 32:4452 edit In the seventh reading aliyah moses came, together with Joshua, and recited all this poem to the people. 32 And when Moses finished reciting, he told them to take his warnings to heart and enjoin them upon their children, for it was not a trifling thing but their very life at stake.
33 The first open portion petuchah ) ends here. 34 In the maftir reading of deuteronomy 32:4852 that concludes the parashah, 35 God told Moses to ascend mount Nebo and view the land of Canaan, for he was to die on the mountain, as his brother Aaron had died on mount Hor, for they. 36 The seventh reading aliyah the second open portion petuchah and the parashah end here. 37 readings according to the triennial cycle edit jews who read the torah according to the triennial cycle of Torah reading nonetheless read the entire parashah of haazinu every year according to the schedule of readings above. 38 In inner-Biblical interpretation edit The parashah has parallels or is discussed in these biblical sources: 39 Moses calls heaven and earth to serve as witnesses against Israel in deuteronomy 4:26, 30:19, 31:28, and 32:1. Similarly, psalm 50:45 reports that God "summoned the heavens above, and the earth, for the trial of His people saying "Bring in my devotees, who made a covenant with me over sacrifice!" Psalm 50:6 continues: "Then the heavens proclaimed His righteousness, for he. Psalm 18:3 analogizes God's role as a rock to a "fortress" and a "high tower." deuteronomy compares God's relationship with Israel to that of a parent and child in deuteronomy 1:31, 8:5, and 32:5.
20 Fifth reading — deuteronomy 32:2939 edit In the fifth reading aliyah god wished that they were wise, then they would think about this, and spondylolisthesis gain insight into their future, for they would recognize that one could not have routed a thousand unless God had. 21 They were like sodom and Gomorrah and their wine was the venom of asps. 22 God stored it away to be the basis for God's vengeance and recompense when they should trip, for their day of disaster was near. 23 God would vindicate god's people and take revenge for God's servants, when their might was gone. 24 God would ask where the enemies' gods were — they who ate the fat of their offerings and drank their libation wine — let them rise up to help! 25 There was no god beside god, who dealt death and gave life, wounded and healed. 26 The fifth reading aliyah ) ends here. 27 Sixth reading — deuteronomy 32:4043 edit In the sixth reading aliyah god swore that when God would whet God's flashing blade, literature and lay hand on judgment, god would wreak vengeance on God's foes.
12 The third reading aliyah ) ends here. 13 fourth reading — deuteronomy 32:1928 edit In the fourth reading aliyah god saw, was vexed, and hid God's countenance from them, to see how they would fare. 14 For they were a treacherous breed, children with no loyalty, who incensed God with no-gods, vexed God with their idols ; thus God would incense them with a no-folk and vex them with a nation of fools. 15 A fire flared in God's wrath and burned down to the base of the hills. 16 God would sweep misfortunes on them, use god's arrows on them — famine, plague, pestilence, and fanged beasts — and with the sword would deal death and terror to young and old alike. 17 God might have reduced them to nothing, made their memory cease among men, except for fear of the taunts of their enemies, who might misjudge and conclude that their own hand had prevailed and not God's. 18 For Israel's enemies were a folk void of sense, lacking swimwear in discernment. 19 The fourth reading aliyah ) ends here.
and asked that his speech be like rain and dew for the grass. 4 Moses proclaimed that God was perfect in deed, just, faithful, true, and upright. 5 God's children were unworthy, a crooked generation that played God false, ill requiting the Creator. 6 The first reading aliyah ) ends here. 7 Second reading — deuteronomy 32:712 edit In the second reading aliyah moses exhorted the Israelites to remember that in ages past, god assigned the nations their homes and their due, but chose the Israelites as God's own people. 8 God found the Israelites in the desert, watched over them, guarded them, like an eagle who rouses his nestlings, gliding down to his young, god spread God's wings and took israel, bearing Israel along on God's pinions, god alone guided Israel. 9 The second reading aliyah ) ends here. 10 Third reading — deuteronomy 32:1318 edit In the third reading aliyah god set the Israelites atop the highlands to feast on the yield of the earth and fed them honey, oil, curds, milk, lamb, wheat, and wine. 11 so israel grew fat and kicked and forsook god, incensed God with alien things, and sacrificed to demons and no-gods.
1, jews read it on a, sabbath between the holy days of, rosh Hashanah and. Sukkot, generally in September or October. 2 The bulk of the parashah, the song of deuteronomy 32:143, appears in the torah scroll in a distinctive two-column format, reflecting the poetic structure of the text, where in each line, an opening colon is matched review by a second, parallel thought unit. Contents readings edit In traditional Sabbath Torah reading, the parashah is divided into seven readings, or, aliyot. In the masoretic Text of the tanakh ( Hebrew Bible parashah haazinu has two "open portion" petuchah ) divisions (roughly equivalent to paragraphs, often abbreviated with the hebrew letter ( peh ). The first open portion petuchah ) spans nearly the entire parashah, except for the concluding maftir reading. The second open portion petuchah ) is coincident with the maftir reading. Parashah haazinu has no "closed portion" setumah ) subdivisions (abbreviated with the hebrew letter ( samekh ).
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The beginning of Parashah haazinu, deuteronomy 32:14, as it appears in a torah scroll. Haazinu, ha'azinu, or, ha'azinu ( —, hebrew for "listen" when directed to more than one person, the first word in the parashah) is the 53rd weekly torah portion parashah ) in the annual, jewish cycle. Torah reading and the 10th in the, book of deuteronomy. It constitutes, deuteronomy 32:152. The parashah sets out the. Song of Moses — an indictment of the, israelites ' sins, a prophecy of their punishment, and a promise. God's ultimate redemption of them. The parashah is made up of 2,326 Hebrew letters, 614 Hebrew words, and 52 verses, and can occupy about 92 lines the in a torah Scroll (, sefer Torah ).