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Parashah #15
Bo ~ בוא ~ Go
Torah: Sh’mot/Exodus 10:1~13:16
Haftarah: Yirme’yahu/Jeremiah 46:13-28
B’rit Hadashah: Luke 2:22-24; Yochanan/John 19:31-37;
Acts 13:16-17; Revelation 8:6-9:12; Revelation 16:1-21

In last week’s Parashah, we saw how Pharaoh hardened his own heart toward (B’nay Is-rah-el) Bnei Isra’el/the Children of Israel during the first five plagues but during the sixth plague of boils, The Almighty was the one who hardened Pharaoh’s heart. Then in the seventh plague of the hail, fire and thunder, Pharaoh hardened his own heart again. However, afterwards, the tide changes and we learn The Holy One causes Pharaoh’s heart to be hardened in order to show the signs of the Mighty One of Israel.


“Yehovah said to Moshe, “Go to Pharaoh, for I have made him and his servants hard-hearted, so I can demonstrate these signs of mine among them.” (Verse 1) If you read verses 1 & 2 closely, you will find three reasons why Yehovah hardened Pharaoh’s heart. “. . . for I have made him and his servants hardhearted so . . .

1. . . . I can demonstrate these signs of mine among them
2. . . . you can tell your sons and grandson about what I did to Egypt and about my signs which I demonstrated among them
3. . . . and so you will ALL know I am Yehovah.” (emphasis mine)


As a reminder, there is a progression going on with these plagues. Each set builds on the one before, and each plague gets worse until they culminate in the death of the first born males, both human and animal.

  • First set: I am Yehovah
    o Blood: warning at river (Pharaoh hardened own heart)
    o Frogs: warning in palace (Pharaoh hardened own heart)
    o Lice: no warning (Pharaoh hardened own heart)
  • Second set: I control the earth
    o Swarms: warning at river (Pharaoh hardened own heart)
    o Pestilence: warning at palace (Pharaoh hardened own heart)
    o Boils/sores: no warning (Yehovah hardened Pharaoh’s heart)
  • Third set: I am God of all gods
    o Hail: warning at river (Pharaoh hardened own heart)
    o Locusts: warning at palace (Yehovah hardened Pharaoh’s heart)
    o Darkness: no warning (Yehovah hardened Pharaoh’s heart)
  • Last Plague:
    o Death of first-born: warning (Yehovah hardened Pharaoh’s heart)


8th Plague: Locusts (in Hebrew ארבה [ahr-beh] Arbeh)

Personally, I find this plague one of the more interesting ones. Until a few years ago, I had read this but didn’t “see” what I was reading. Those who follow the meteorologists, realize most “weather” travels a “west-to-east” circuit. Verse 13 very clearly states “an east wind” blew on the land, all day and all night, which is what brought the locusts into the land. This absolutely defies the very laws of “nature” and how The Almighty spoke everything into existence in the first place!

Pharaoh said explicitly, “I have sinned . . . please forgive my sin . . . just this one time . . . and intercede with your God to remove this deadly plague from me (verses 16 and 17). “But Yehovah hardened Pharaoh’s heart, so he would not let the People of Israel go.” (Verse 20)

9th Plague: Darkness (in Hebrew חשך [khoe-shehk] Choshech)

These verses foreshadow the death of our Messiah, Yeshua. Verse 22 really jumped off the page and into my very being. “There was a thick darkness in the entire land of Egypt for three days.” Would this not be a foreshadow of Yeshua being in the grave for three days? I think so! Although darkness covered the entire land of Egypt, according to verse 23, light was in the homes of B’nei Isra’el/Children of Israel.

Pharaoh did not ask Moshe to pray on his behalf. Instead, he told Moshe to go and worship but to leave his flocks behind. Don’tcha just love the “new” Moshe who is beginning to appear?! Moshe tells Pharaoh in no uncertain terms, they will not leave without their livestock.

“But the Yehovah hardened Pharaoh’s heart, and he would not let them go.” (Verse 27) And I loved the interchange between Moshe and Pharaoh in verses 28 and 29! Our Moshe has come a long way since he returned to Mitzrayim/Egypt!!!!


Here is another one of my favorite parts of this Parashah. At the direction of Yehovah, Moshe tells the people, men and women, to ask their neighbors for gold and silver jewelry (verse 2).  (So why, in Sh’mot/Exodus 3:22, does it say “ . . . all the women will ask . . .”? Again, in Chapter 12:35 & 36, it is reiterated the Egyptians were so favorably disposed toward the Israelites; they let them have whatever they requested. No where do I see the Children of Israel “borrowed” the jewelry and clothing. As I understand it, the Egyptians gave it to them, gladly!!! (Oops!!! In further research concerning this matter, only two translations out of nine rendered these verses as “borrowed”.) Verse 3 goes on to say Pharaoh’s servants and the people regarded Moshe as “a very great man in the land of Egypt.”

The ongoing saga of the flight from Mitzrayim/Egypt continues even in the 20th century. Later on, I will share an interesting, VERY relevant news article from WorldNetDaily, Aug. 22, 2003.

In verse 4, Yehovah sends Moshe to Pharaoh again, telling Pharaoh in no uncertain terms exactly what is going to happen to him, his people and his animals. In fact, let’s go there now and read verses 4-10. I know The Almighty had a divine plan and the purpose was to prove He is the Lord of all to both the Egyptians AND to the Hebrew children. But gosh!!! Do you think Pharaoh had some second thoughts? Scripture does say Yehovah made Pharaoh hardhearted.


This chapter is an in depth teaching about (Peh-sahk) Pesach/Passover and how the month of (Nee-sahn) Nisan is to be first month of the Biblical year. We learn the details about the Pesach/Passover lamb and how its blood is to be smeared on the sides and top of the door-frame (verse 7).

A few years ago, during this Torah portion, I found NEW meaning and understanding about being “under the blood”. (Verses 7, 13 & 22) The blood was to be painted over the doorframe of each house of B’nei Yisrael/Children of Israel. The shape of the door frame is the shape of the Hebrew letter ח (khet) chet (it looks somewhat like an upside-down U) and is the symbol of (Khi) Chai/Life. The “blood of the Lamb” painted the picture of real (Khi) chai/life being found wherever the “blood of the Lamb” is applied. So, when B’nei Israel/Children of Israel left their homes “under the blood of the lamb”, they had new life!!!!

An interesting side note concerning the Hebrew word (Khi) Chai is its numerical value. This word is written with the Hebrew letters . . .

Chet, (ח) which has a numerical value of 8 and

Yod, (י) which has a numerical value of 10

. . . which equals 18. Are you aware a baby in the womb begins making its own blood on the 18th day after conception? It’s true! I’m tellin’ ya, the truths in Torah are unending. (“Life is in the blood” Vayikra/Leviticus 17:11)

Ivrim/Hebrews/Messianic Jews 2:14-15 states by the death of The Lamb (Yeshua), He destroyed the power of death, sin, HaSatan/the devil, and freed us who were in bondage, giving us Chai/Life. We need to remember, not only WHO we are, but WHOSE we are and what our Abba, Father did for us when we came out of Mitzrayim/Egypt (the world). As long as we remember this reality, we are not only free but redeemed and set free to worship Yehovah El Shaddai/Yehovah God Almighty.

I want to return to verse 11 concerning the instructions of the First Exodus. The Passover Meal was to be eaten . . .

With your belt fastened

Your shoes on your feet

Your staff in your hand

You are to eat hurriedly

Rav Sha’ul/Rabbi Paul teaches in 1st Corinthians 10:11 “These things happened to them as prefigurative historical events, and they were written down as a warning to us who are living in the (ah-kha-reet hah-yah-meem) acharit-hayamim/the end of the days.” I believe this verse is an application for today. We should look to verse 11 above for direction. When it is time for the Greater Exodus (Yirme’yahu/Jeremiah 16:14-16), we are to have . .

Our belt fastened ~ Preparations made and ready to go

Shoes on our feet ~ To follow where He leads

Staff in our hand ~ Ready to do His bidding wherever that may be

Eat hurriedly ~ Be ready to leave abruptly, if necessary

Will we be prepared as our forefathers were?

There is SO much more in this chapter concerning Pesach/Passover but we will have to revisit this matter later in the Spring.

10th Plague: Death of Firstborn
(in Hebrew מכת ב’חרזת [Mah-kaht Beh-kore-oat] Makat Bechorot)

One of our readers asked a very valid question. Her comment and question are: “Pharaoh was a “first born”, so why is he not dead?” Bear with me as I try to walk through this . . .

Pharaoh’s arrogant resistance finally broke down completely (12:29-32), “But bless me, too.” he says. Can you imagine his arrogance? I just sit here and shake my head in amazement. On second thought, he was probably scared spitless since he was a “first born”. But The Almighty had a plan! According to a noted Jewish Sage, Rashi, “Pharaoh was the only first-born to be spared, so he could tell all the world about God’s greatness. The Egyptian firstborn died so they would not be able to claim their idols had protected them. The plague struck down not only those who were known to be the firstborn, but also the eldest children of men who lived with women other than their wives. In a country as licentious as Egypt, this meant a woman could have had many firstborn, whose paternity was known only to God. In addition, if there were no firstborn in a house, the oldest member of the household died. This is why the next verse states there was a dead person in every house, and why the Egyptians could think (verse 33) they were all dying.” Now remember, the above is a rabbinic midrash and scripture does not confirm it.

The (Peh-sahk) Pesach/Passover lamb was a sacrifice, but it WAS NOT a sacrifice for sin. When the Passover lamb is discussed, Torah doesn’t mention anything about sin, confession or atonement. Not every animal sacrifice was meant for taking away sin. The blood of the Passover lamb was a sign for Yehovah. BUT, did He really need a sign? Didn’t He already know which houses belonged to the Hebrews? Why did He need them to mark their houses with blood? He wanted His people to be familiar with the concept of sacrifice and blood atonement because one day their/our lives would/will depend on it. It was and will be an obedience issue.

In the previous nine plagues, The Almighty had no trouble telling the difference between the B’nei Israel/Children of Israel and the people of Mitzrayim/Egypt. However in this final plague, it appears a special sign was necessary. B’nei Israel was required to apply the blood of the lamb on their doorposts. By their obedience they were demonstrating they were worthy of redemption/salvation from slavery AND they trusted in Him.

I can’t help but wonder . . . if some of the Egyptians had observed what the Israelites were doing and did the same thing . . . would/did The Almighty pass over their door as well? We know there were many who came out of Egypt with B’nei Israel, because the Word tells us there was a “mixed multitude” (verse 38). What we don’t know about the “mixed multitude” is how many copied the Israelites and how many came out BECAUSE their homes had been visited.

Before we leave Chapter 12 I want to address a matter most of us have been taught concerning the death of the firstborn in Egypt. If you are like me, you were taught the “Angel of Death” passed over the houses of the Hebrews. It is time for us to know the truth . . . it was NOT the Death Angel!!!!! In verse 13 Yehovah clearly states “The blood will serve you as a sign marking the houses where you are; when I see the blood, I will pass over you – when I strike the land of Egypt, the death blow will not strike you.” And again in verse 23, “. . .but when He sees the blood on the top and on the two sides, Yehovah will pass over the door . . .”

Did you pay attention to the verbiage in verse 24? The Complete Jewish Bible renders it, “You are to observe this as a law, you and your descendants forever.” (Emphasis mine  )

Oh yes, one more matter. In verses 40 & 41, we read, “The time the people of Isra’el lived in Egypt was 430 years. At the end of 430 years to the day, all the divisions of Yehovah left the land of Egypt.” Okay, what’s up with this? Just a few weeks ago in B’resheet/Genesis 15:13-14 we read about the Children of Israel being in captivity for 400 years. However, if we count from when Ya’akov and his family actually moved to Mitzrayim/Egypt, the total is only 210 years. According to the Sages, from the time The Almighty told Avraham about the future exile until B’nei Yisrael/Children of Israel left Mitzrayim was 430 years. Avraham was told this thirty years before Yitz’chak was born. So, from Yitz’chak’s birth, the time is 400 years. I believe this shows the mercy of the Father for B’nei Israel and He didn’t start the count from when they went into Mitzrayim but as soon as Yitz’chak was born, 190 years earlier.


Passover is approaching. At the Seder table, every Hebrew child will be retold the story of Moses and the Pharaoh, and how God brought boils, locusts, hail and the other plagues onto the Egyptians. Yet in spite of this overwhelming evidence of God’s intentions, Pharaoh refused to let the Jews go, until a tenth plague, the death of the first-born children was inflicted on every Egyptian home, passing over the Jewish homes. Only after this tragedy did the Pharaoh relent and let the Jews leave slavery and Egypt to begin their journey to the promised land.

This has been known for generations. What has not been known is why the Pharaoh, in the face of such overwhelming evidence would refuse to release the Jews after the first nine plagues.

It took eight years of research by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, the renowned psychiatrist, to find the definitive answer. Dr. Kubler-Ross spent those years studying the Dead Sea Scrolls before discovering the answer. And once found, it was obvious. The Pharaoh was still in de Nile. (By Stan Kegel)  (Sorry . . . just had to share 🙂 !)


Yehovah instructs Moshe to set aside all the firstborn, human and animal, for Him (verse 2). This isn’t anything really new; just confirming instruction of what Yehovah has always wanted. Then we have the instructions for observing the seven day festival of HaMatzah Lechem/Feast of Unleavened Bread, which commemorates this specific time in history.

(The following is a midrash (rabbinic teaching) and is not found scripturally. Nonetheless, I think it is interesting.)  Understanding Hebrew tradition goes a long way to help us understand the Word of(יהוה) Yehovah. In verses 9 & 16, the words “a sign on your hand” and “a reminder between your eyes” are used in reference to the tefillin, a man wears during the times of prayer.

The Sages teach the significance of the tefillin on the arm and head represents the following:

the hand represents our deeds while

the head represents our logic and thought.

Binding the tefillin on the hand and head reminds us our thoughts, intellect and deeds are to be according to the will of The Almighty. The tefillin box for the head has the Hebrew letter (sheen) SHIN (ש) on each side of the box. One is a regular shin with three lines, while the other one has four lines. We are told the significance is:

The three lines on one “shin” represent our three patriarchs

(Avraham, Yitzchak and Ya’akov) while the one with . . .

The four lines represents our four matriarchs (Sarah, Rivkah, Raquel and Leah)

The leather straps of the tefillin are wrapped seven times around the arm and three times around the finger. To a Torah Pursuant Believer, this represents our being bound to The Holy One as a bride and groom are bound to each other. It represents the concept of marriage. The three rings around the finger represent the engagement ring and Yehovah’s three expressions of engagement between Himself and Yisrael (Hoshea/Hosea 2:21-22):

“I will betroth you to me forever and

“I will betroth you to me with righteousness, justice, kindness and mercy.

“I will betroth you to me with faithfulness and you shall know Yehovah.

The seven straps on the arm represent the seven blessings, which are associated with marriage. The essence of each of the seven blessings is:

1. . . . who has created everything for his glory
2. . . . who fashioned the Man
3. . . . who fashioned the Man in His image
4. . . . who gladdens Zion through her children
5. . . . who gladdens groom and bride
6. . . . who created joy and gladness … who gladdens the groom with the bride
7. . . . and the standard prayer over wine.

Another explanation is the seven wrappings are like the seven branches of the menorah, as the menorah lights the world, the daily wrappings of tefillin seven times, lights up our world.

Remember, earlier, when we talked about the gold and silver B’nei Yisrael/the Children of Israel) took from Mitzrayim/Egypt when they left for the Promised Land? That happening was a fore shadow of what was to come. D’varim/Deuteronomy 15:13-15. Taking of the Egyptians’ valuables was a lesson in how we are to treat those who serve us. When their term of service is up, we are instructed to give them a “going away” present. I’m guessing what we call “severance pay” probably goes back to this Mitzvah.

By the way, YISRAEL, the country, the people, incorporates the Patriarchs and Matriarchs, as well. Write this down from top to bottom:

Y ~ Ya’akov (Jacob)
I ~ Isaac (Yitz’chak)
S ~ Sarah
R ~ Rivkah & Raquel (Rebekah & Rachel)
A ~ Avraham
E ~ El (a bonus ~ one of the names of God)
L ~ Leah

Last but not least! There is SO much to be gleaned from this Torah portion because it is filled with rich symbolism concerning (Ha Mah-she-ahk) Ha Mashiach/The Messiah. He is the Pesach/Passover Lamb. He also embodies all the sacrifices found in the Torah. We MUST remember we were bought with a price, the Blood of the Lamb, the Lamb of God, Messiah Yeshua. This means we are (ahm sehg-you-lah) am Segullah/people of special treasure. Repeat after me:

Ani segullah (I am a special treasure)

Ani segullah shel Yehovah (I am a special treasure of Yehovah)


Back to the WorldNetDaily article . . . sometime during 2003 an Egyptian lawsuit was brought against the nation of Israel to return, with interest, the amount of money equal to the gold and silver taken at the time of the exodus. It is interesting how history repeats itself because one of the defense council produced the following information . . . .

“When Alexander the Great conquered the Middle East, the people of Mitzrayim brought their case before him demanding the gold and silver, which the Yisraelis “borrowed” from their ancestors upon leaving Mitzrayim many years earlier, be returned.

A Jew by the name of Geviha ben Pesisa, who was not a great scholar, asked the Sages for permission to plead the Yisraeli case before Alexander. He said, “If I lose, you can argue that they triumphed over a mere amateur. If I win, you can justifiably say that it was the Torah that won!” The Sages agreed.

At the trial, the people of Mitzrayim presented their claim before Alexander the Great. Geviha then asked the people of Mitzrayim, “Do you have proof to substantiate your claim?”

“Yes we do, from your Torah.” They quoted the passage of the Torah: “Bnei Yisrael did as Moshe told them and they borrowed of the people of Mitzrayim jewels of silver and jewels of gold. And YEHOVAH gave the people favor in the eyes of the people of Mitzrayim and they lent them.”

“In that case,” Geviha replied, “I, too, will answer you with proof from our Torah. The Torah states over 600,000 Yisraelis were enslaved by your ancestors. Pay us the wages owed to 600,000 Yisraelis for hundreds of years of hard labor and we will return the gold and silver we borrowed!”

Alexander told the people of Mitzrayim to reply. They requested three days to answer. In the end, when they realized having to pay for the labor of 600,000 people for all those years would be a much greater amount, they dropped the case and fled.”

The outcome to the 2003 lawsuit turned out to be the same as it was in the days of Alexander the Great.

It would appear, in the case of these law suits, the Egyptians’ mindset is not one of “forgive and forget” but one of “I’ll never forget what your ancestors did to my ancestors!”

Bo ~ בּו ~ Go
Haftarah: Yirme’yahu/Jeremiah 46:13-28

Our Torah portion has described the near annihilation of Egypt, spiritually, physically and economically from all the plagues. Here in the Haftarah we read about another defeat of Egypt which takes place approximately 800 years later. Egypt was competing with Babylon for world dominion but it will be swept away by the powerful forces of Babylon and its king Nebuchad-nezzar. Did you catch it or read over it like I did, originally? In verse 13, the Prophet Yirme’yahu/Jeremiah calls him, Nebuchadrezzar, which the Chumash says was a derisive statement because of his eventual persecution and destruction of Israel.

Anyway the prophet describes Egypt’s hopeless situation against Babylon. He makes clear the reason for Babylon’s domination is because The Almighty will render the haughty nation of Egypt helpless against its conqueror from the north.

Tradition tells us the Haftarah is to always end on a positive note for Israel. Therefore, in verses 27 & 28 Yehovah tells Ya’akov not to be afraid or frightened and He will save them from faraway places where they are held captive. Yehovah further tells them “For I am with you and I will finish off all the nations where I have scattered you.” Lastly, He tells them He will discipline them but He will not completely destroy them.

Bo ~ בּו ~ Go
B’rit Hadashah: Luke 2:22-24; Yochanan/John 19:31-37;
Acts 13:16-17; Revelation 8:6-9:12; Revelation 16:1-21

Luke 2:22-24 I get so excited when I can clearly see Torah recorded in the B’rit Hadashah. These three verses record the observance of the (peed-yown hah-behn) pidyon-haben/ redemption of a firstborn son and the purification of a mother after childbirth.

The ceremony of redeeming the firstborn male son reminds the Hebrew people of their redemption from slavery in Egypt (Sh’mot/Exodus 13:2-16) and avoiding the last of the Ten Plagues which afflicted the Egyptians: the slaughter of their firstborn sons (Sh’mot/Exodus 11:4 & 5 and 12:29-30). As mentioned above, traditionally, churches have taught the “angel of death” passed over the Israelite families (Sh’mot/Exodus 12:3-14 and 21-28) who had slaughtered a lamb, according to The Almighty’s command and placed its blood on their doorposts. However, as I read it, it appears Yehovah is the one who sat in judgment and slaughtered the first-born, NOT the “death angel”.

Yochanan/John 19:31-37 According to verse 31 it was Preparation Day, the day before Shabbat, but this Shabbat was a Shabbat HaGadol/Great Sabbath, beginning the 7 day Feast of Unleavened Bread. Verse 36 fulfills several Torah passages. Sh’mot/Exodus 12:46 specifies no bone of the Passover lamb is to be broken; B’midbar/Numbers 9:12 agrees and Tehillim/Psalms 34:21(20) essentially says the same thing.

By the way, Pesach/Passover does not always fall on a Sunday. As a matter of fact, it seldom does. Furthermore, it was 1400 years after the Exodus from Egypt when Yeshua went to Yirushalayim/Jerusalem with His disciples to keep Passover AND the Feast of Unleavened Bread. (They are not one and the same. Passover is a one day event and the Feast of Unleavened Bread is a seven day event.) Yeshua always kept the Father’s appointed times. So if we are going to do “WWJD”, we will keep the Father’s appointed times. The commandment from Yeshua “do this in remembrance of me” isn’t about the cup and the bread. Specifically, Yeshua was referring to the entire Passover Meal. What could be more appropriate for a disciple of Yeshua to do than keep the Festival of Passover in remembrance of Him, just as He told His disciples?

Acts 13:16-17 “With a stretched-out arm” is a phrase the Tanakh/Original Covenant uses often to describe The Almighty’s judgment on those who rebel against Him and against His people, Israel. More references to Yehovah’s outstretched arm are found in:

Sh’mot/Exodus 6:6
D’varim/Deuteronomy 4:34
D’varim/Deuteronomy 5:15
D’varim/Deuteronomy 7:19
D’varim/Deuteronomy 9:29
D’varim/Deuteronomy 11:2

M’lakhim Alef/1st Kings 8:42
M’lakhim Bet/2nd Kings 17:36
Yirme’yahu/Jeremiah 32:21

Yechezk’el/Ezekiel 20:33-34
Tehillim/Psalm 136:11-12
Divrei-Hayamin Bet/2nd Chronicles 6:32

Rico Cortes teaches the meaning of the above mentioned phrase is The Almighty showing the mark of His covenant with Israel by showing His “outstretched arm”. Cutting a covenant always left a visible mark on the forearm.

Revelation 8:6-9:12 In these verses, are some comparisons of the shofar (trumpet) judgments to the plagues in our Torah portion. Initially, these judgments affect nature directly and the people indirectly and resemble the plagues of Egypt. The first shofar judgment parallels the first plague of turning the waters into blood as well as the seventh plague of hail. Isn’t Torah Study interesting!!!!

Revelation 16:1-21 In Revelation, there are three sets of judgments . . .

The seal judgments in Chapters 5:1-9; 6:1-17, & 8:1 (any parallels here and below?)

The shofar judgments in Chapters 8:2-11:15 and

The bowl judgments which are poured out in this chapter (16).

The parallel of the bowl judgments to the Egyptian plagues follow . . .

1st bowl of sores = 6th plague of boils
2nd bowl of blood = 1st plague of blood
3rd bowl of blood = 1st plague of blood
4th bowl of sun to burn people
5th bowl of darkness = 9th plague of darkness
6th bowl to dry up the great river
7th bowl of hail = 7th plague of hail

The “disgusting and painful sores” in verse 2, like the plague of boils which affected only the Egyptians (Sh’mot/Exodus 9:8-11) appear on the unbelievers only. Despite the pain of these sores, the hearts of the unbelievers, like Pharaoh’s remain hard. The unbelievers continue to curse God, blaming Him instead of themselves and their amoral and materialistic lifestyles. They remain unrepentant to the end.

The corresponding Psalm for this week’s Torah portion is: Psalm 77

Next week’s lesson: Parashah # 16
B’shalach ~ בשלח ~ After he had let go
Torah: Sh’mot/Exodus 13:17-17:16
Haftarah: Shof’tim/Judges 4:4-5:31
B’rit Hadashah: Luke 2:22-24; Yochanan/John 6:25-35 & 19:31-37
1 Corinthians 10:1-13; 2 Corinthians 8:1-15; Revelation 15:1-4

Shavuah tov (Have a good week)!!!!

Who fills his mind with Torah clears it of fear and folly.
Rabbi Chanina Sgan HaKohanim

Organize yourselves into classes for the study of Torah,
since it can best be acquired in association with others.
Talmud: Berkot 63b

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