Shabbat Shalom!

This week’s Torah reading is called Nitzavim.  It is the reading of Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20.  Here is a brief commentary from Baruch: This Torah reading always precedes the holiday of Rosh HaShannah. Although the Biblical name of the festival is the “day of sounding” or “memorial of sounding” the sages of old gave a new name

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The Book of Exodus Bible Study Chapter 22 Part 2

We end off this week by reading Exodus 22:16-31 v16: This is not a situation that G-d wants or even allows – but it does happen. When something is done outside of the will of G-d how do we bring restoration? · This woman is not betrothed – no agreement has been drawn up to

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The Book of Exodus Bible Study Chapter 22 Part 1

Exodus 22:2-15 v2: This is referring to a thief who breaks into a home at night-time (not an invited guest who steals something). If you use force against him to defend yourself and he is killed you are not guilty of his death. v3: Sun has risen – ie it is daylight. In this case

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