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Perek 27: Accepting Bondage By: Rabbi Avishai David
In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Yirmiyahu, Rabbi Avishai David teaches perek 27.  In this perek, Yirmiyahu sends wooden yokes to many nations, warning them that Nevuchadnetzar will be conquering them, and Hashem wants them to accept Nevuchadnetzar's rule.  Rabbi David comments on the symbolism and significance of the wooden yokes, as well as the principle that all events in Jewish history are part of a master plan conceived by Hashem.  This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.





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Class: Yirmiyahu III

Added: March 04, 2009

Class Number: 15 of 17

Time: 55:40

Topics: Jewish Destiny / Prophecy / Tanach / Sefer Yirmiyahu

 

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