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Parshat Pekudei: Taking Inventory

Why does the Torah devote a whole portion to making a thorough inventory of everything that went inside the holy Tabernacle? What relevance does this have to us today?

By: Rabbi Lazer Brody
Date of recording: 3/5/2021
Location: Shmuel Hanavi 13, Jerusalem, Israel
Duration: 00:11:47
Copyright: Breslev Israel
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