248 POS MITZVAHS

Mitzvah Lesson #
1 – Believing in G-d 5
2 – Unity of G-d 5
3 – Loving G-d 6
4 – Fearing G-d 6
5 – Worshipping G-d 21,22,23,24,25
6 – Cleaving to G-d 8
7 – Taking an oath by G-d’s Name 108
8 – Walking in G-d’s ways 8
9 – Sanctifying G-d’s Name 6
10 – Reading the Shema twice daily 20,21
11 – Studying and teaching Torah 11
12 – Wearing Tefillin of the head 26
13 – Wearing Tefillin of the hand 27
14 – To make Tzitzis 30
15 – To affix a Mezuzah 28
16 – Hakhel during Sukkos 183
17 – A king to write a Torah 29
18 – Every person must write a Torah 28
19 – Grace after Meals 31,32,33,34
20 – To build a Sanctuary for G-d 147
21 – Revering the Bais HaMikdash 149
22 – Guarding the Mikdash 150
23 – Levitical services in the Mikdash 152
24 – Ablutions of the Priests 155
25 – Kindling the lamps by the Priests 166
26 – Priests blessing Israel 26
27 – The Showbread 166
28 – Burning the Incense 166
29 – The perpetual fire on the Altar 165
30 – Removing the ashes from the Altar 165
31 – Removing the unclean persons from the camp 154
32 – Honoring the Priests 152
33 – The Priestly Garments 153
34 – The Priests bearing the Ark on their shoulders 151
35 – The Oil of Anointment 150
36 – Priests ministering in watches 152
37 – Priests defiling themselves for deceased relatives 331
38 – The High Priest marrying only a virgin 93
39 – The daily Burnt-Offerings 165
40 – The High Priest’s daily Meal-Offering 166
41 – The Shabbos Additional Offering 166
42 – The New Moon Additional Offering 166
43 – The Pesach Additional Offering 167
44 – The Meal-Offering of the Omer 167
45 – The Shavuos Additional Offering 167
46 – The bringing of the Two Loaves on Shavuos 167
47 – The Rosh HaShanah Additional Offering 167
48 – The Yom Kippur Additional Offering 167
49 – The Service of Yom Kippur 175,176
50 – The Sukkos Offering 167
51 – The Shemini Atzeres Additional Offering 167
52 – The three annual pilgrimages 182
53 – Appearing before the L-rd during the Festivals 182
54 – Rejoicing on the Festivals 183
55 – Slaughtering the Pesach Offering 179
56 – Eating the Pesach-Offering 180
57 – Slaughtering the Pesach Sheni-Offering 180
58 – Eating the Pesach Sheni-Offering 180
59 – Blowing the trumpets in the Sanctuary 66,67,68
60 – Minimum age of cattle to be offered 158
61 – Offering only unblemished sacrifices 156
62 – Salt being brought with every offering 158
63 – The Burnt-Offering 159
64 – The Sin-Offering 160
65 – The Guilt-Offering 160
66 – The Peace-Offering 162
67 – The Meal-Offering 162
68 – Offering of a Court that has erred 191
69 – The Fixed Sin-Offering 186
70 – The Suspensive Guilt-Offering 187,188
71 – The Unconditional Guilt-Offering 189
72 – The Offering of Higher or Lower Value 190
73 – Making confession 17,18,19,20
74 – Offering brought by a zav 192
75 – Offering brought by a zavah 191
76 – The offering of a woman after childbirth 191
77 – Offering brought by a leper 192
78 – The tithe of cattle 185
79 – Sanctifying the first-born 183
80 – Redeeming the first-born 142
81 – Redeeming the firstling of a donkey 142
82 – Breaking the neck of the firstling of a donkey 143
83 – Bringing due offerings on the first festival 163
84 – All offerings to be brought to the Sanctuary 164
85 – Bringing all offerings due from outside Eretz Yisrael to the Sanctuary 164
86 – Redeeming blemished offerings 157
87 – Holiness of substituted offering 193
88 – The Priests eating the residue of the Meal Offerings 163
89 – The Priests eating the meat of Consecrated Offerings 161
90 – To burn consecrated Offerings that have become unclean 174
91 – To burn the remnant of Consecrated Offerings 173
92 – The Nazir letting his hair grow 113
93 – Nazirite obligations on completion of vow 116
94 – All oral commitments to be fulfilled 109,110
95 – Revocation of vows 112,113
96 – Defilement through carcasses of animals 217,218,237
97 – Defilement through the carcasses of eight creeping creatures 219,220
98 – Defilement of food and drink 226,227,228,229
99 – The uncleanliness of a menstruant 213,233
100 – The uncleanliness of a woman after childbirth 214,234
101 – The uncleanliness of a leper 207,232
102 – Garments contaminated by leprosy 212
103 – A leprous house 212
104 – The uncleanliness of a zav 216,217,236
105 – The uncleanliness of semen 221,222,223
106 – The uncleanliness of a zavah 215,235
107 – Uncleanness of a corpse 194,195,196,197,198,199,200,201,202,230
108 – Law of the water of sprinkling 205,206,207,231
109 – Immersing in a ritual bath 238,239,240,241,242
110 – Cleansing from leprosy 210
111 – A leper must shave his head 211
112 – The leper to be made distinguishable 209
113 – The ashes of the Red Heifer 202,203,204
114 – Valuation of a person 116
115 – Valuation of beasts 117
116 – Valuation of houses 117
117 – Valuation of fields 117
118 – Restitution for sacrilege 176
119 – The fruits of fourth-year planting 138
120 – To leave Peah for the poor 122
121 – To leave gleanings for the poor 123
122 – To leave the forgotten sheaf for the poor 124
123 – To leave defective grape-clusters for the poor 123
124 – To leave grape-gleanings for the poor 124
125 – To bring First-fruits to the Sanctuary 139
126 – To set aside the great heave-offering 126
127 – To set aside the first tithe 131,132,133,134,135
128 – To set aside the second tithe 135
129 – The Levites’ tithe for the Priest 126
130 – To set aside the poor man’s tithe in the third and sixth year 125
131 – The avowal of the Tithe 139
132 – Recital on bringing the first-fruits 140
133 – To set aside the challah for the Priest 141
134 – Renouncing as ownerless produce of the Sabbatical year 144
135 – The land resting during the Sabbatical year 143
136 – Sanctifying the Jubilee year 145
137 – Blowing the Shofar in the Jubilee year 145
138 – Reversion of land in the Jubilee year 146
139 – Redemption of property in a walled city 146
140 – Counting the years to the Jubilee 145
141 – Canceling monetary claims in the Sabbatical year 144
142 – Exacting debts from idolaters 296
143 – The Priest’s due in the slaughter of every clean animal 141
144 – The first of the fleece to be given to the Priest 141
145 – Devoted things to G-d and the Priest 118
146 – Slaughtering animals before eating them 100
147 – Covering the blood of slain birds and animals 102
148 – Releasing the mother before taking its nest 104
149 – Searching for the prescribed tokens of cleanliness in cattle and animals 95
150 – Searching for the prescribed tokens of cleanliness in birds 95
151 – Searching for the prescribed tokens of cleanliness in grasshoppers 95
152 – Searching for the prescribed tokens of cleanliness in fishes 95
153 – Determining the New Moon 60,61,62,63,64,65,66
154 – Resting on Shabbos 37,38
155 – Proclaiming the sanctity of the Shabbos 45,46,47
156 – Removal of Chometz on Pesach 54
157 – Recounting the Exodus from Egypt on the first night of Pesach 56
158 – Eating Matzah on the first night of Pesach 55
159 – Resting on the first day of Pesach 51
160 – Resting on the seventh day of Pesach 51
161 – Counting the Omer 168
162 – Resting on Shavuos 52
163 – Resting on Rosh HaShanah 52
164 – Fasting on Yom Kippur 50
165 – Resting on Yom Kippur 50
166 – Resting on the first day of Sukkos 53
167 – Resting on Shemini Atzeres 53
168 – Dwelling in a Sukkah for seven days 57
169 – Taking a Lulav on Sukkos 58
170 – Hearing the Shofar on Rosh HaShanah 56
171 – Giving a half shekel annually 59,60
172 – Heeding the Prophets 7
173 – Appointing a king 336
174 – Obeying the Great Court 329
175 – Abiding by majority decision 313
176 – Appointing Judges and Officers of the Court 313
177 – Treating litigants equally before the law 319
178 – Testifying in Court 321
179 – Inquiring into the testimony of witnesses 322
180 – Condemning witnesses who testify falsely 328
181 – Eglah Arufah 261
182 – Establishing Six Cities of Refuge 260
183 – Assigning cities to the Levi’im 147
184 – Building fences on the roof; removing sources of danger from our habitations 261
185 – Destroying all idol-worship 15
186 – The law of the Apostate City 13
187 – The law of the Seven Nations 337
188 – The extinction of the seed of Amalek 337
189 – Remembering the nefarious deeds of Amalek 337
190 – The law of non-obligatory war 338
191 – Appointing a Priest to speak to the people when going to war 339
192 – Preparing a place beyond the camp 338
193 – Including a digging tool among war implements 338
194 – A robber to restore the stolen article 254
195 – To give charity 125
196 – Lavishing gifts on a Hebrew bond-man on his freedom 286
197 – Lending money to the poor 295
198 – Lending money to the heathen with interest 303
199 – Restoring a pledge to a needy owner 298
200 – Paying wages on time 289
201 – An employee to be allowed to eat of the produce among which he is working 290
202 – Unloading a tired animal 262
203 – Assisting the owner in loading his burden 262
204 – Returning lost property to its owner 255
205 – Rebuking the sinner 9
206 – Loving our fellow Jew 8
207 – Loving the convert 9
208 – The law of weights and measures 248
209 – Honoring scholars 12
210 – Honoring parents 330
211 – Fearing parents 330
212 – To be fruitful and multiply 76,77
213 – The law of marriage 69,70
214 – The bridegroom devoting himself to his wife for one year 339
215 – Circumcising one’s son 34,35
216 – The law of levirate marriage 82
217 – The law of Chalitzah 83
218 – A violator must marry the maiden whom he has violated 85
219 – The law of the defamer of his bride 85
220 – The law of the seducer 85
221 – The law of the captive woman 339
222 – The law of divorce 78,79
223 – The law of a suspected adulteress 86
224 – Whipping transgressors of certain Commandments 316
225 – The law of unintentional man-slaughter 259
226 – Transgressors of certain Commandments to be beheaded 315
227 – Transgressors of certain Commandments to be strangled 315
228 – Transgressors of certain Commandments to be burned 314
229 – Transgressors of certain Commandments to be stoned 314
230 – Transgressors of certain Commandments to be hanged after execution 315
231 – Burial on the day of execution 315
232 – The law of a Hebrew bondman 285
233 – A Hebrew bondmaid to be married by her master or his son 286
234 – Redemption of a Hebrew bondmaid 286
235 – The law of a Canaanite bondman 287
236 – Penalty of inflicting injury 256,257,258,277,278,279,280
237 – The law of injuries caused by an ox 242
238 – The law of injuries caused by a pit 244
239 – The law of theft 247
240 – The law of damage caused by a beast 243
241 – The law of damage by a fire 245,246
242 – The law of an unpaid bailee 294
243 – The law of a paid bailee 288
244 – The law of a borrower 292,293
245 – The law of buying and selling 263,264,273,274,275,276,281,282,283,284
246 – The law of litigants 304,305,306,307,308,309
247 – Saving the life of the pursued 260
248 – The law of inheritance
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