Torah Portion: Shemot (Shemot 1:1 – 6:1)

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This is our commentary on the portion Shemot - "names." This initial portion of Exodus details some of the most important events in the history of Israel. We see the emergence of a tyrant who seeks to destroy the Hebrew people. In the midst of this darkness, however, there is a burst of light with the birth of Moses. Thus, begins the redemption of Abraham's seed. Hope you enjoy. Approximately 3 hours.

 

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Torah Portion - Shemot
This is Bill's commentary on the portion Shemot - "names." This initial portion of Exodus details some of the most important events in the history of Israel. We see the emergence of a tyrant who disregarded his predecessors and sought to destroy the Hebrew people. In the midst of this darkness, however, we see God's redemptive plan emerging as well with the birth of Moses. Thus, begins the deliverance of Abraham's seed. Some of the highlights are:
  • The king who didn't know Joseph and the prophetic importance.
  • Why the Adversary is the Destroyer and the Restrainer.
  • Prerequisites for a shepherd of Israel.
  • God's Memorial Name.
  • Much more. Approximately 3 hours

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22 Responses to Torah Portion: Shemot (Shemot 1:1 – 6:1)

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  1. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    The accuracy of the “three days journey” being reflective of Messiah’s journey to the underworld and the promise of “after 2 days” depicting another journey, is at the very least inspiring of what is to come…
    Only the Almighty can weave such integral truths through the ages of time..

    That which is, has already been; and that which shall be done, …….

    Good study, as always; thanks for taking the time to be so thorough…

    Shalom, shalom…

    • Barbara Reese says:

      Bill,

      Thanks so much for your thorough teaching on Shemot. You brought out so many nuggests of interest, and the parallels of then and now are very informative. I will be using some of them with our Shabbath group, giving credit where credit is due.
      We are holding your arms up in prayer during these dark days of exile, praying you will be strong in THE LORDand in the power of His Might! Looking forward to the Day of our redemption.
      Blessings to you and your family, Mickey, Beit Israel

  2. danbezon says:

    We just finished the story of the” fathers”. The love for the heavenly Father is noted in their lives but seems assumed in the life of the “mothers”. The “mothers” in Jacob’s life gave him grief, especially the one that Jacob loved, Rachel.
    All of this as we get to our Torah portion for this week leads to 1 Cor.10 given to us as examples for the end times. It would seem that the first thing that you advise your son or a friend looking for a wife would be that she love the Lord with all of her heart. This does not seem to be in our “father’s” example as first priority unless that is why they sent them out of the Land yet they are sent to the land of Laban the liar.
    Maybe the “example is: don’t do what father Jacob did, multiple wives loving the “bod” Rachel the most esp. since she never tells Jacob she loves him in the first place. Yeshua said, in this life you will have trouble. Maybe He was thinking of the life of Jacob?
    Using 1Cor.10 along with the above thoughts, how do you advise your sons when looking for a life soul mate?
    Dan

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