Torah Portion Chukat Complete


Parashah Chukat
Numbers 19:1-22:1
Judges 11:1-33

This Parashah covers the Red Heifer ceremony for cleansing a person contaminated with corpse impurity, the death of Miriam, the waters of Meribah with Mosheh striking the rock against God's command, Edom's refusal of passage, Aharon's death, the incident with the bronze serpent, the journey to Moab, and the defeat of king Sihon and Og.

This posting includes multiple years of Torah portions done by Wisdom in Torah. This includes:

  • The Original 2010-2011 portions
  • The Ancient Near Eastern Text (ANET) portions
  • The 2013-2014 Torah Nugget
  • NEW - Brit Portion
  • Resources
  • Downloads

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Below is the power point and audio for a special teaching for that goes along with this Parashah. I pray that you enjoy!

Red Heifer Slides and Power point: Red Heifer slides

Red Heifer Topical Teaching:


  1. Thank you for that word in the Brit portion. So true! Just as Moshe’s name means “to draw out”, so we are “drawn out” of the chaos to follow the Torah. Drawn Out ones should not be striking our Messiah, but we are to confess Him to receive the living water. Thank you brother!

  2. As I listened to this message, I pondered if each individual hair on the Red Heifer is representative of each one who is in Covenant with YHVH. There are so many Verses in The Word that mentions hair. 🙂
    Thank you Brother Rico

  3. Avinu Shalom Alecheim!
    What an eye opener Rico! Thank you for this teaching. It seems as I continue, each and every day there are new things that pop out for me! I am fairly new, at almost two years, but I have never been so engrossed in anything like this in my life! I understand now the phrase, an all consuming fire! I have come to LOVE the Torah and all of His Commandments. Thank you for your dedication!

  4. Considering the extreme level of pain experienced by the body during crucifixion,with every nerve, muscle, and bone seemingly ‘on fire and burning’, also the body’s temp. can elevate with trauma and dehydration, especially when experienced over a prolonged period of time. It is not hard to see how Yahushua was burned outside the camp as the red heifer was.

    Blessings on you and your family Rico.
    Shalom Aleichem, Joan

  5. I am blessed by this teaching beyond mere words. I heard you say that you take a tour to Siloam in the Southern part of the City of David? I must go. I am intrigued that YHWH has me preparing to record a CD entitled “Pool of Siloam” at this appointed time! I will find prophetic meanings in experiencing your teachings on Siloam in relation to the red heifer!