Torah Portion Korach Complete

Numbers 16:1 - 18:32

1 Samuel 11:14

korach

Don't Forget to

This Parashah covers the penalty of challenging the authority of the YHVH'S appointed leaders.

This page includes Torah Portions from multiple years covered by Wisdom in Torah. Each year we covered the Torah from a different perspective so you can explore each Parashah from a different perspective and focus.

  • 2010 Portions: Focus on Messianic connections in the Parashah
  • ANET Portions: Focus on the ancient Near Eastern cultural context of the Parashah
  • Mitzvot Portions: Focus on explaining and exploring the commandments found in the Parashah (in progress)
  • 2015 Portions: Revisiting the Parashah looking at the ancient cultural context more in depth with additional areas that have been researched
  • Brit Portions: Focus on connecting the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) to the Parashah

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Rico Cortes

58 thoughts on “Torah Portion Korach Complete”

  1. My wife and I saw Rico in Snyder Tex this past weekend and really enjoyed his teaching. We joined his website and are really like it. I have 1 question.We watched Ryan White’s teaching on Korach and he used a bible that had English to the left and Hebrew to the right and when you highlighted the word in English it told you the Hebrew word and what it meant at the bottom. What Bible program is this and how would I go about downloading it. This would be a great way for my wife and I to study Hebrew.

  2. Hermano Rico: Is there any relation of the Tallit with what Yeshua said and did when He resurrected the damsel saying “Tallita Kumi”???

    Gracias

  3. Thank you Rico! As always you are a blessing and I feel so fortunate to be part of What you are doing. You keep us mindful of our responsibility to each other to learn in unity with humbleness. Thank you for the time and effort you put into the work you’ve been called to do.

  4. Great teachings! Thank you very much. Maybe it’s been discussed elsewhere but I wonder when the tabernacle became less transient in the land and then not transient at all with the temple, how did this effect the kohathites role and responsibilities? This would have been a big shift on assignments for much of Levi.

  5. VICTORIAOLSON

    Daniel …. Shalom. Thanks for your input into the Torah study “Korach”. I found your comments regarding how the “rod, staff, scepter” are tied into “leadership that serves” with justice, equity, and righteousness very good. And then how false leadership with the intentions of leading only (w/o serving) are tied to the goats. Great insight. Thanks much!

    Bruce Olson

  6. Shalom administrator of Wisdomintorah. For your information teaching of KORAH Torah portion 2015 by Daniel is cut off at about 00:35 minutes and that’s it. have restarted few times but still same issue.
    Blessings, Eha

  7. Rico, i am really curious in knowing how do you know that you are a desendant of aaron and how did you found out! because to my understanding no one can trace their lineage after the destruction of the temple since all types of paperwork were burned also!! i could be wrong and willing to get corrected!! please.. i really want to know!! thank you and keep up the outstanding work and zeal for torah!!

    1. Shalom
      Via the tradition on my family but to verify what I already knew. I got the DNA done at familytreedna.com they have a test that can pinpoint the Y chromosome marker that the Kohens have. I have that marker in the Y-chromosome. This is just to verify what we knew but it was just a family tradition. It does not make me better than anyone but puts more responsibility about the calling he is giving me.

      1. thank you RICO!! i just wanted to see if i could trace my family back to the israelites. i went to the sephardic surnames and both my father and mother’s last names were there!! im so exited about that! anyway thanks for the advice! shalom

        1. Johnny, my niece married a man with the last name Soto. He is from Panama but his family fled there from Spain during the Inquisitions. My sister did genealogical research on his family and found that the Soto’s were one of 5 families that the Catholic Church apologized to for the Inquisitions. It is proven that the Soto’s are Jews from Israel who lived in Spain but were forced out of Spain during the Inquisitions. I hope that helps you.

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