Category: 124-Jeremiah


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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.17b [5.18] and Exodus 20.13b [20.14], the seventh of the Ten.

I mention that the seventh does not contain a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I mention that the seventh of the Ten has some grammatical differences in the Hebrew between Deuteronomy and Exodus.

I mention that because the seventh does not have any inline commentary defining the term adultery, the seventh is similar to the sixth, in that much commentary about the seventh has been passed down through the centuries.

I discuss what I believe is the intent and application of the seventh of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.17b [5.18].

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For this Torah Portion, I look specifically at Deuteronomy 4.5; 4.13-14, 4.15-18, 4.19.

In this essay, I will discuss that God is the originator of the words/sayings that Moses imparted to Israel, and that the Torah is for the Israelites.

I will discuss that the covenant was on stone but the new covenant is on the heart, and that with the stone covenant God used Moses to impart the teachings, but with the new covenant it is God Himself that does the impartation.

I will discuss the prohibition of making images, including some application for disciples of Jesus.

I will discuss the concept that what the Torah prohibits for Israel is not necessarily prohibited for all other nations.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 4.5; 4.13-14, 4.15-18, 4.19.

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Deuteronomy 4.1-2

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For this Torah Portion, I look specifically at Deuteronomy 4.1-2.

In this essay, I will discuss that Moses was an instructor of Israel and that Israel was the instructed. In this discussion, I will reveal that was what Israel wanted, but that arrangement led to difficulties between the instructor and the instructed.

I will discuss the concept of the new covenant prophecy and that the arrangement of instruction is prophesied to change.

I will discuss that God instructed Israel through Moses not to add to or take away from the Torah. I will discuss some aspects of Jesus and his teachings in light of that commandment from Torah as it relates to one of Jesus statements about Torah and the Prophets.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 4.1-2.

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Luke 19.9, 45-47a, Jesus/Yeshua, Son of Abraham, Temple

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Word Study of Tzav (Give an Order)

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