Did you know the Levites were ordained for Tabernacle service as if they had leprosy? Did you know the Levites were given the role of substitute firstborns because of the connection between idolatry and leprosy? Did you know that idolatry and slander are in the same sin category?
Why was Miriam struck with leprosy but not Aaron? Was it simply because she slandered Moses, or was there something else about Miriam that was not true of Aaron?
Listen to the fascinating Torah Portion to get some answers!
The LORD has inner circles, but unlike man’s inner circles, the LORD’s are open and transparent.
The Levites are set apart in a completely different way than Nazirs or the Aaronic Priesthood.
The LORD teaches us the significant difference between a trumpet and a shofar.
Beha’alotcha debunks the issue of the Pesach sacrifice being performed at home in one very small, but simple verse.
This Torah Portion also teaches us about the need to be content.
Lashon hara has an aspect that you may not have previously considered.
The seven lamps of the menorah, the seven spirits and the seven assemblies are profoundly connected in relationship to the service of the Priesthood in the Millennial Kingdom to come. Find out what it takes to qualify for service in the Order of Melchizedek.