Torah Tidbit: Mishpatim – “If You Love Me”

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Shalom everyone! Here is this week's Torah Tidbit from the portion Mishpatim or "Judgments". The focus of this teaching is the theme, "If you love me". I hope you will enjoy.

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Here is this week's Torah Tidbit from the portion Mishpatim or "Judgments". The focus of this teaching is the theme, "If you love me". Download Note: We appreciate your support and hope you get enjoyment from this teaching. We respectively request that you please refrain from posting this teaching on other websites and social media including Facebook and YouTube. We also request that you do not reproduce these teachings on DVD or CD for unauthorized distribution. You may reproduce these teachings for the following exceptions:
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3 Responses to Torah Tidbit: Mishpatim – “If You Love Me”

  1. Tikvah Duesters says:

    there is also a comparison here to Laban and Ya’akov. Y’a’akov served his 7 years and thensome, and Laban … did he know this ordinance on servants? But he mistreated and deceived Ya’akov and changed his wages 10 times, so Ya’akov was then free to break this covenant with Laban due to this? What are your thoughts?

    • Bill says:

      Tikvah; sorry for the delay in responding. My thoughts on this are simple: he was in Padan Aram serving God’s purposes until God told him to return to Canaan. The main point is Laban mistreated Ya’akov and God allowed it. This narrative is not so much to expose Laban’s wickedness as much as it is to demonstrate Ya’akov’s ability and willingness to do right in spite of what others are doing and stay put until God says “move.” I think that is the lesson we should take away from it. Shalom.

  2. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    Where does anything start ? Relationship…

    As correct and thorough as the Lord is there can be no other starting point than to outline what defines a “love” relationship…

    More interesting is the mentioning of the 6th & 7th yr. in reflection of the 7 day week…

    Good message of understanding of a Father- Child relationship….

    Shalom, shalom

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