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Sefaria Mishnah Beitzah 2: 10 - 3: 1 Koren - Steinsaltz

 Sefaria Mishnah Beitzah 2: 10 - 3: 1 Koren - Steinsaltz (Torah reading Level Three see:  Torah Study ( Mishnah About This Text Mishnah Beitzah Mishnah Tractate Beitzah (“Egg,” named for the first word in the tractate) is located in Seder Moed (“the Order of Festivals”) and discusses the laws of Yom Tov (biblical holidays). In medieval commentaries, it is often referred to as tractate Yom Tov. The tractate opens with discussions about muktzeh, or items that are set-aside and cannot be used on Shabbat or Yom Tov. The remaining chapters mainly focus on preparation of food on Yom Tov, a form of labor that is prohibited on Shabbat. . Composed: Talmudic Israel (c.190 - c.230 CE) נוצר/נערך: ישראל התלמודית (190 - 230 לספירה בקירוב) Current Version Torat Emet 357 Select Version Read More Source: Digitization: Sefaria License: Public Domain Revision History Buy in Print Current Translation William Davidson Edition - Engl

Sefaria Jeremiah 2 Revised JPS

 Sefaria Jeremiah 2 Revised JPS (Torah reading Level Two see:  Torah Study ( Tanakh About This Text Jeremiah Tanakh Jeremiah (“Yirmiyahu”) is the sixth book of the Prophets, with prophecies from the period leading up to the First Temple’s destruction as the Babylonian empire was on the rise. The prophet comes out strongly against idolatry and corruption in Israel, lamenting the impending catastrophe God will inflict in punishment. Jeremiah also bemoans his lone and tormented existence, rejected by the people and at times threatened and tortured. Yet together with his messages of gloom, Jeremiah also delivers visions of hope in God’s ultimate faithfulness to God’s people. Composed: Judea/Israel (c.600 - c.500 BCE) נוצר/נערך: יהודה / ישראל (600 - 500 לפנה"ס בקירוב) Current Version Miqra according to the Masorah Select Version Miqra According to the Masorah (MAM) is a digital Hebrew edition of the Tanakh based on the Aleppo Codex