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 34:1
 34:2
34:1 Fifth Reading
God said to Moses, 'Carve out two tablets for yourself, just like the first ones. I will write on those tablets the same words that were on the first tablets that you broke.
Vayomer Adonay el-Moshe psol-lecha shney-luchot avanim karishonim vechatavti al-haluchot et-hadevarim asher hayu al-haluchot harishonim asher shibarta.
34:2 Be ready in the morning, so that you will be able to climb Mount Sinai in the morning and stand waiting for Me on the mountain peak.
Veheyeh nachon laboker ve'alita vaboker el-har Sinay venitsavta li sham al-rosh hahar.



Commentary:

God said...
  This was on 1 Elul (Seder Olam 6). Moses would remain on the mountain for a third period of 40 days (Exodus 34:28; Deuteronomy 10:10), finally coming down with the second Tablets on Yom Kippur.





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