This week’s parsha refers to Jerusalem often though never mentions it by name!
1. What is the blessing and the curse at the start of the Parsha?
A blessing to receive the commandments and a curse if they do not keep them. (11:26-28)
2. Where are you allowed to eat the sacrifices brought for Hashem?
In the place God will decide. (12:18)
3. What does Hashem call Bnei Israel in this Parsha?
A treasured people. (14:2)
4. How do we know if an animal is Kosher?
He must have split hooves and chew his cud (14:6)
5. How do you know if a fish is Kosher?
It has fins and scales. (14:9)
6. If there is someone who is in need, are you required to help him? How?
Yes you must help him by giving him what he needs. (15:7-10)
7. If you help the destitute man what happens to you?
God will bless you. (15:10)
8. What are the three festivals that are mentioned at the end of the Parsha?
Passover, Shavuot, Succot (16:1-17)
9. How long is Succot?
7 days. (16:13)
10.What must you bring to Hashem when you come for the three festivals?
You should bring according to what you can give. (16:17)