Torah Portion: B’shelach (Shemot 13:17 – 17:16)

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This is our commentary on the portion B'shelach - "Sent out." In this portion, Israel goes out of Egypt with a "high hand" which,  a few days later, provokes Pharaoh to pursue the Hebrews - something that had to happen that God would get honor on Pharaoh. There is a lot to address so start listening. Hope you enjoy. Approximately 2:40

 

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Torah Portion - B'shelach
This is Bill's commentary on the portion B'shelach - "Sent out." In this portion, Israel goes out of Egypt with a "high hand" headed toward Mount Sinai. Rather than taking the known route, God directs them to take a detour that leads them into, what Pharaoh would perceive as, a death trap - for Israel. However, it was Pharaoh who was being lured into a trap. Some of the highlights are:
  • The importance of the phrase "fully armed."
  • Why did God lead them into a gorge?
  • Why did the Egyptians pursue Israel into the sea?
  • The symbolism of the Manna.
  • Much more. Approximately 2:40

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20 Responses to Torah Portion: B’shelach (Shemot 13:17 – 17:16)

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  1. Nancy Mari says:

    I think Miriam was called a prophetess because she wrote the prophetic song called “The Song of Moses”. Just a thought….

  2. Janel Barmes says:

    Very good Torah Portion. You brought out some interesting things. Thanks

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