In Exodus 25:8, G-d promises the Jewish people that if they build the Tabernacle, He will dwell among them. But isn’t G-d already everywhere? And now that the Tabernacle and the Temples have been destroyed, where does G-d reside?
It’s time to leave Egypt. But while the Jews are busy collecting reparations for their years of slave labor, their leader, Moses is out searching for Joseph’s bones. Why did Moses choose that job for himself instead of appointing one of Joseph’s descendants?
The ninth plague begins as darkness descends on the homes of the Egyptians but not on the homes of the Jews. Three days later, G-d intensifies the darkness, sending different messages to the Egyptians and the Jews.