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Weekly Torah Commentary -- Passover April 3-4, 2015

Exodus 12: 21-51

As Passover this year falls on Shabbat, the regular Torah reading cycle is interrupted to accommodate the passages from the book of Exodus describing the deliverance of the Hebrew slaves under the leadership of Moses.  566 more words

Musings From Your Host

Who From History Would You Like To Meet?

Sources: Statesman Journal | All Things Michael

Some kids were asked by a local newspaper to name someone from history that they would like to meet. 257 more words

Michael Jackson

The Battle at the Sea

Parshat Beshalach opens with Hashem taking Bnei Yisrael on a circuitous route through the desert, rather than taking us directly to Israel through the land of the Philistines. 959 more words


Shemot Twenty-Four: Going Up The Mountain

God speaks to Moses, and says, “Come up to the Lord, you, and Aaron, Nadav, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel; and you worship afar off; and Moses alone shall come near to the Lord; but they shall not come near; neither shall the people go up with him (Exodus 24:1-2).” God is setting up a chain of command amongst the Israelites. 374 more words


Deuteronomy 20 and 21 - Strong, Holy, Protecting God

In Deuteronomy 20 and 21 we see God being strong, holy, and protective .  At the beginning of chapter twenty one God reminds the people that He is the one who will win the battles for them.  506 more words



Praying Exodus 34:1-9

King James version (Bible writing in bold print.)

1. And the Lord said unto Moses ‘Hew (chisel out) thee two tables of stone like the first and I will write upon these tables the words that were in the first tables, which thou brakest. 819 more words

Read And Pray

What Makes Someone Great? 

Faith. Faith is a word tossed around lightly these days. When the term hero is mentioned what or whom comes to mind?

Probably not bible characters. 652 more words