What is the idea of the verse that says that 'then' Moshe and the Jewish people sang? How does that manifest in regards to Hashem's relationship with the world, the Jewish people's relationship with Hashem, and Moshe's relationship with Hashem? Why is the word 'az' which means 'then' used both in regards to Moshe's disbelief in Hashem, and then in his statement of true belief? Why does Hashem make the bitter waters sweet with a bitter piece of wood? Find out in this week's parsha podcast.