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Parashat Shabbat Shemot Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Shemot Readings and Video Comment...

Exodus 1:1 – 6:1; Isaiah 27:6 – 28:13; 29:22-23; Jeremiah 1:1 – 2:3 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel „The book of Exodus is called in Hebrew the book of Names, (Shemot). Why? What’s in a name and why does Torah repeat the names of the seventy souls of Israel who descended into Egypt when their names were already mentioned earlier in the book of Genesis? Torah...
Shabbat Bo Readings and Commentary

Shabbat Bo Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 10:1–13:16; Jeremiah 46:13-26 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion BO („Come“) speaks about the last three plagues over Egypt, where God showed the mighty Pharaoh His great power. The final plague follows with the triumphant Exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt, from slavery into freedom. Jewish scholars explain that the first nine plagues are...
Parashat Shemot Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shemot Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 1:1 – 6:1; Isaiah 27:6 – 28:13; 29:22-23; Jeremiah 1:1 – 2:3 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This week’s Shabbat reading begins in the book Exodus with God leading the children of Israel out of Egypt hundreds of years after Josephs’ death. Egyptologist David Rohl believes the Exodus happened in 1207 BC, including 40 years of wanderings in the desert. For the God’s...
Parashat Shabbat BO Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shabbat BO Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 10:1–13:16; Jeremiah 46:13-26 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion BO („Come“) speaks about the last three plagues over Egypt, where God showed the mighty Pharaoh His great power. The final plague follows with the triumphant Exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt, from slavery into freedom. Jewish scholars explain that the first nine plagues are...
Parashat Shabbat Shemot Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Shemot Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 1:1 – 6:1; Isaiah 27:6 – 28:13; 29:22-23; Jeremiah 1:1 – 2:3 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This week’s Shabbat reading begins in the book Exodus with God leading the children of Israel out of Egypt hundreds of years after Josephs’ death. Egyptologist David Rohl believes the Exodus happened in 1207 BC, including 40 years of wanderings in the desert. For the God’s...
Sukkot Feast of Tabernacles Readings and Commentary

Sukkot Feast of Tabernacles Readings and Commentar...

1st day: Hallel; Lev 22:26-23:44; Numbers 29:12-16; Haftara: Zech 14 2nd day: Hallel; Lev 22:26-23:44; Numbers 29:12-16; Haftara: 1.Kings 8:2-21 The Feast of Tabernacles is a fest of joy, Hag Sukkot Sameach, and we want to invite you to shake the lulav and to feel it beating the heart, okay? Please feel invited to have a look into a Sukkah in a childreans song:
Archetype Exodus

Archetype Exodus...

For Greeting Card click here >> The Archetype Exodus – Thoughts by Eric Martienssen English translation by Pastor Rolf Piller O.B.M.. The translator does not necessarily agree with everything he translates. The term „Archetype Exodus“ (Greek for „archetype“ and „departure / exodus“) resulted through the phenomena that in 2009 happened of the sequence in time by the biblical Passah Feast and the heathen Easter-Feast,...
Shabbat BO Readings and Commentary

Shabbat BO Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 10:1–13:16; Jeremiah 46:13-26 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider israel today, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion BO („Come“) speaks about the last three plagues over Egypt, where God showed the mighty Pharaoh His great power. The final plague follows with the triumphant Exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt, from slavery into freedom. Jewish scholars explain that the first nine...
Archetype Exodus, Passover and Seder – Greeting Cards

Archetype Exodus, Passover and Seder – Greet...

For Greeting Card click here >> The Archetype Exodus – Thoughts by Eric Martienssen English translation by Pastor Rolf Piller O.B.M.. The translator does not necessarily agree with everything he translates. The term „Archetype Exodus“ (Greek for „archetype“ and „departure / exodus“) resulted through the phenomena that in 2009 happened of the sequence in time by the biblical Passah Feast and the heathen Easter-Feast,...
Shabbat  BeSHALACH – When He Sent – Sabbath Reading and Commentary

Shabbat BeSHALACH – When He Sent – Sabbat...

Exodus 13:17–17:16; Judges 4:4–5:31 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem: This week’s Torah portion tells us that Pharaoh had a change of heart after expelling the children of Israel from Egypt, leading him to chase after them. The Israelites began to panic when they saw Pharaoh’s horses galloping after them. They were quick to forget God’s powerful work and their praises...

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