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Nitzavim 2021 || Brittney Scott

Nitzavim/”Standing”, Deuteronomy 29:10-30:20, is always read directly before Yom Teruah/Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah)!  It seems then that perhaps there’s a clue or some insight that can be gleaned regarding how we are to enter the Fall Festivals and appointed times!  The Fall Festivals take place during the 7th month on the Hebrew …

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Ekev 2021 || Pastor David Mathews

Ekev – 7/31/21 Deuteronomy 7:12–11:25. I.       The crucial message of this Parsha revolves primarily around the failures of Israel in the Wilderness to keep the judgments, statutes and commandments. What follows are Moshe’s instructions to this latter generation admonishing them to give special regard to those Divine directives! The conundrum for …

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Va’Etchanan 2021 || Brittney Scott

Va’etchanan/”And I Pleaded”, Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11, continues on in Mosheh’s final speech to the children of Israel, yet it is within this parshah that we find some of the most fundamental texts of the Scriptures – including the repetition of the 10 Commandments, the Shema’ (Deut. 6:4), and the commandment regarding …

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Manna Bites! || Shema

Manna Bites is a series of short clips that explores and begins to delve into the Hebraic understanding of the Scriptures, one morsel at a time! Manna Bites! ~ Shema – explore the power behind what the Messiah identified as the first commandment – the Shema!

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Devarim || Shepherd John-James Flores 7.17.21

Powerful teaching on the Torah Portion Devarim || Crossing the Jordan of the Old Man by Shepherd John-James Flores of Remnant of Truth International. Click below to download the PDF file of the notes For more information, visit their website https://remnantoftruth.net

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Ki Tavo 2020 || Brittney Scott

Ki Tavo/”When You Go In”, Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8, comes as an interesting contrast on the heels of last week’s Ki Teitzei (“When you go out”)!  Where Ki Teitzei covers no less than 74 commandments (the most found in a single parshah), this week’s parshah focuses on only one main commandment topic – …

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Shoftim 2020 || David Mathews

Deuteronomy 16:18–21:9. I.       Before indulging ourselves in the wealth of revelation contained within this Parsha, it would bode well for us to examine the Hebrew word that is our title: ‘Shoftim’, which is the plural form of H#8199, טשׁפּ, Shaphat, indicating ‘to judge, govern, punish or vindicate.  The primary idea of the root …

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Re’eh 2020 || Brittney Scott

Re’eh/”See!”, Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17, opens with the dramatic appeal to Israel to see and understand that a choice is being set before them!  To choose to obey the commandments will result in the blessings, and to choose to disobey will result in curses.  The rest of the parshah seems to highlight some key …

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Va’etchanan 2020 || Pastor David Mathews

Deuteronomy 3:23–7:11. I.       The scene being portrayed in front of us is rather poignant! We see Moshe revealing the details of his personal plea with YHVH to allow him entrance into the land of Canaan. Though we understand the natural elements leading to this divine encounter there are far more spiritual …

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Devarim 2020 || Brittney Scott

Devarim/”Words”, Deuteronomy 1:1-3:22, begins a new book of the Torah, with the overall tone of the entire book being that of a farewell discourse; the final words given to prepare the generation that has been raised up to enter into their inheritance!  It is interesting to note that the entire style …

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Eikev 2019 || Brittney Scott

Eikev – ”On the Heel Of/Because”, Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25, continues on in the midst of Mosheh’s final speech to the Children of Israel who are about to enter the Promised Land! It is a speech of encouragement, a challenge, and a last warning all at the same time.  This particular excerpt from this …