Exodus 1:1-12 G-d is a G-d who brings change into our lives. In this book the children of Israel were in bondage. There was a movement against them to destroy the nation of Israel, the people of G-d. In Hebrew, this Book is not called “Exodus” but is called “Names” –referring to how this book
This week’s Torah Portion is called Devarim. We are beginning the book of Deuteronomy and the verses are 1:1-3:22. Here is a brief commentary from Baruch: This Shabbat we begin reading the fifth and final book in the Law of Moses. It is also a special Shabbat as it is the Shabbat that precedes Tisha
Here is the information you need to know from Lee, the writer of our Bible Studies. I will be joining all of you who take advantage of this great opportunity to commit to being in the Word of G-d daily! ~Rivka You are invited to join us for our fourth Bible Study…The Book of Exodus!
Joel 3v1- (chapter 4 in the Hebrew Bible) v1: In those days and at that time – If you are a good student of prophecy you will be aware that, although we are not in those final seven years yet, end time events have already begun. · I will bring back the captives of Judah