Torah Portion: Toledot (B’reshiyt 25:19 – 28:9)

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This is my commentary on the torah portion Toledot - "generations." This parsha, in my opinion, is one of the most astounding and prophetically rich portions in the Torah. Here we are introduced to Jacob and Esau and see the developing story of two brothers at odds with each other and how their conflict affects the entire world to this very day.  Hope you enjoy! Approximately 100 minutes.




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Torah Portion - Toledot
This is Bill's commentary on the torah portion Toledot - "generations." The portion begins with the fascinating and contentious birth of Esau and Jacob. Throughout the parsha we see the developing story of these two brothers and the enmity that exists between them. Furthermore, the Scripture makes it clear that this conflict between brothers has far-reaching ramifications, extending into the present and affecting the entire world. Some highlights:
  • Esau's nature vs. Jacob's nature.
  • Why Jacob is not a supplanter.
  • Esau's skill at setting a snare.
  • Esau's eternal hatred.
  • Much more.

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11 Responses to Torah Portion: Toledot (B’reshiyt 25:19 – 28:9)

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  1. Rick says:

    Here’s a ‘prompt’ I got this year from this teaching. Perhaps, Rebecca was ‘contending for The Faith’ when she counseled Jacob? Was she ‘as wise as serpents and harmless as a dove’?

    Thanks again for all you allow Abba to do through you.

  2. Sue Polston says:

    Bill, this year’s Torah portion in many ways is analogous to what happened in Israel this week.
    Thinking…….this portion lines up w/your teaching Esau Rising. Just watched/listened again today.
    What happened in Israel is interrelated to Yishmael’s seed & US being complicit w/dividing the LAND
    under Pres. J. Carter prior to or after the 1st intifada.. So many types/shadows from the Esau teaching
    “happening now”.
    Thank you again for all you do for the ‘Kingdom”.
    Pray you/family continue to be blessed.

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