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Torah Portion: Shelach

Overview: “Shelach” tells the story of the twelve spies sent to Canaan, the people’s rebellion upon hearing their report, and the decree that they will wander in the wilderness for 40 years.

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Torah Portion: Beha’alotcha

Overview: “Beha’alotcha” discusses the lighting of the Menorah, the consecration of the Levites, the Israelites’ journey from Sinai, and Miriam and Aaron’s criticism of Moses.

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Torah Portion: Naso

Overview: “Naso” includes various laws and the priestly blessing, concluding with the offerings of the tribal leaders at the Tabernacle’s dedication.

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Torah Portion: Bamidbar

Overview: The Book of Numbers begins with “Bamidbar,” detailing the census of the Israelites and the arrangement of the tribal camps.

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Torah Portion: Behar

Overview: “Behar” discusses the laws of the Sabbatical year and the Jubilee year, focusing on themes of rest and liberation.

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Torah Portion: Kedoshim

Overview: “Kedoshim” contains a diverse set of commandments, including the central principle, “You shall be holy, for I the Lord your God am holy.”

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Torah Portion: Metzora

Overview: “Metzora” continues the discussion on purity, focusing on the purification process for skin diseases and discharges.

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Torah Portion: Shemini

Overview: “Shemini” describes the inauguration of the Tabernacle, the tragic death of Aaron’s sons, and the laws of kosher animals.

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Torah Portion: Tzav

Overview: “Tzav” continues with the laws of sacrifices, focusing on the priests’ duties and the ordination of Aaron and his sons.

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Torah Portion: Vayakhel

Overview: “Vayakhel” describes the Israelites’ construction of the Tabernacle, emphasizing communal effort and the spirit of generosity.

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Torah Portion: Ki Tisa

Overview: “Ki Tisa” includes the story of the Golden Calf, Moses’ plea for the Israelites, and the renewal of the covenant.

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Torah Portion: Tetzaveh

Overview: “Tetzaveh” continues with the details of the Tabernacle, focusing on the priestly garments and the ordination of Aaron and his sons.

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Torah Portion Name: Yitro

In “Yitro,” Moses’ father-in-law gives him advice on governance. This portion also includes the revelation at Mount Sinai and the giving of the Ten Commandments.

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Torah Portion: Exodus 18:1–20:23

Commentary: The portion offers insights into leadership, wisdom, and the establishment of a just society. The giving of the Ten Commandments is a pivotal moment, laying the foundation for ethical and moral conduct. It emphasizes the covenantal relationship between God and His people, highlighting themes of holiness, responsibility, and communal living.

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Torah Portion: Yitro

Overview: In “Yitro,” Moses’ father-in-law gives him advice on governance. This portion also includes the revelation at Mount Sinai and the giving of the Ten Commandments.

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Torah Portion: Beshalach

Overview: “Beshalach” narrates the Israelites’ journey out of Egypt, the parting of the Red Sea, and God’s provision of manna and water.

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Torah Portion: Bo

Overview: “Bo” covers the final plagues, the Passover, and the Israelites’ dramatic escape from Egypt.

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Torah Portion: Bo

Overview: “Bo” covers the final plagues, the Passover, and the Israelites’ dramatic escape from Egypt.

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Torah Portion: Bo

Overview: “Bo” covers the final plagues, the Passover, and the Israelites’ dramatic escape from Egypt.

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Where was Jesus?

God’s purpose in creating mankind was to create images of Himself. What does it mean to be God’s “image?”

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Apologetics
David Wilber

Priests, Laws, and Covenants in Hebrews 7-8

Many Christians, when they hear that someone wants to follow God’s instructions for life (Torah), will claim that the Law of Moses was made obsolete by the cross and had to be changed. They derive this opinion from Hebrews 7-8. But what does this section of Scripture really say?

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Devotional
David Wilber

The Kind Face in the Hijab

As I am learning, this is not simply a Christian kingdom, nor a Jewish kingdom, nor a Messianic or Hebrew Roots kingdom, but the Commonwealth of Israel instituted by Holy God.

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