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Parsha Balak - Balak sends Balaam to curse the Jews. His talking donkey tries to stop him, to no avail. Each time he opens his mouth, Balaam ends up blessing the nation instead.

Balak in a Nutshell - Texts & Summaries - Parshah

‘You have made me look like a fool!’ Balaam shouted. ‘I wish I had a sword with me to kill you.’ Then God opened Balaam’s eyes to see the angel. The Angel told him, ‘Go with the men, but say only what I tell you to say.’ – Slide 8

‘You have made me look like a fool! ‘I wish I had a sword with me to kill you.’ Then God opened Balaam’s eyes to see the angel. The Angel told him, ‘Go with the men, but say only what I tell you to say.

Oddly Appetizing Food Made From LEGO

Oddly Appetizing Food Made From LEGO

Japanese Lego artist Sachiko Akinaga makes amazing things out of legos - one of which is a life-size banana that you can actually peel.

As Balaam and two servants were riding along, Balaam’s donkey suddenly saw the Angel of the Lord standing in the road with a drawn sword. She bolted off the road into a field, but Balaam beat her back onto the road. – Slide 5

As Balaam and two servants were riding along, Balaam’s donkey suddenly saw the Angel of the Lord standing in the road with a drawn sword. She bolted off the road into a field, but Balaam beat her back onto the road.

The angel

The angel

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Donkeys, Bricks, Wilderness, The O'jays, Donkey, Brick

Balaam strikes the donkey

The Brick Testament

Balaam went to Balek and was taken to Mount Bamoth-baal overlooking the Israelite army. Balaam offered sacrifices then spoke what God told him. Instead of cursing Israelites he blessed them.‘What have you done to me?’ demanded King Balak. <br/>He marched Balaam to Mount Pisgah to make more sacrifices. Again Balaam spoke what God told him and blessed the Israelites. – Slide 9

As Balaam travels to curse the Israelites God intervenes and Balaam's donkey has something to say.

Deborah, Jael, and Sisera     SOURCE: krismukai

"Deborah, Jael, and Sisera," by Kris Mukai

Parsha Balak - A Talking Donkey

Balak sends Balaam to curse the Jews. His talking donkey tries to stop him, to no avail. Each time he opens his mouth, Balaam ends up blessing the nation instead.

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