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BeHa'alotecha

  
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 12:5
 12:6
 12:7
12:5 God descended in a pillar of cloud and stood at the Tent's entrance. He summoned Aaron and Miriam, and both of them went forth.
Vayered Adonay be'amud anan vaya'amod petach ha'ohel vayikra Aharon uMiryam vayets'u shneyhem.
12:6 [God] said, 'Listen carefully to My words. If someone among you experiences divine prophecy, then when I make Myself known to him in a vision, I will speak to him in a dream.
Vayomer shim'u-na devaray im-yihyeh nevi'achem Adonay bamar'ah elav etvada bachalom adaber-bo.
12:7 This is not true of My servant Moses, who is like a trusted servant throughout My house.
Lo-chen avdi Moshe bechol-beyti ne'eman hu.



Commentary:

experiences divine prophecy
  Literally, 'experiences prophecy to God' (Ibn Ezra; Septuagint). Or, 'experiences prophecy, then I, God, make....' (Targum; Saadia; Rashi).

like a trusted servant
  (Rashbam; Ibn Ezra). Or, 'trusted in all....' (Targum; Saadia; Septuagint).





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