In the book of Leviticus, the Bible suggests to us that if we follow God's will, we will be rewarded with "walking with God" – but what does that even mean? It's not like we can 'physically' walk with God. And secondly, and most curiously, that language of "walking with God" is the very same language that we find in the story of the Garden of Eden. But what are we supposed to make of that connection? Adam failed to walk with God, so what's the lesson? How can we understand what 'walking with God' really means in the Bible?
By comparing these parallels in Leviticus and Genesis, Rabbi Fohrman uncovers a sort of hidden manual on how we can strengthen our relationship with God. By understanding where Adam went wrong, we can find a practical lesson of what it means to walk closer with God every day. Join Rabbi Fohrman as he uncovers the loving, joyful moment of togetherness with God.