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Ki Tisa 2022 || Brittney Scott

Ki Tisa/”When You Take”, Exodus 30:11-34:35, is the 3rd parshah of 5 that deals with the building of the Tabernacle.  Yet of the 5, this one seems to be the most unique in regards to veering from the pattern!  It begins with instructions regarding a census of Israel (the first mention of this …

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Bo’ 2022 || Brittney Scott

Bo’/”Enter!”, Exodus 10:1-13:16, covers the final 3 plagues of the 10 (locusts, darkness, and the death of the firstborn), as well as launching Israel onto their Exodus journey!  Yet we understand, that all of these events become a prophetic shadow picture of the coming season of judgment and once again setting …

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Shemot 2021 || Pastor David Mathews

Exodus 1:1–6:1. I.       This Parsha is unique in that it identifies the House of Jacob/Israel prior to going down into Egypt and their subsequent captivity and then, calls attention to their descendants who would begin the Exodus. What is interesting is the listing of sons according to their birth order by …

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Shemot 2021 || Brittney Scott

Shemot/”Names”, Exodus 1:1-6:1, begins not only a new parshah, but also a new book of the Torah, with Shemot lending its name to the weekly parshah, as well as the entire book!  The book of Exodus covers the descent into slavery of Israel, the plagues that usher in their deliverance, and …

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Shemot 2018 – Brittney Scott

Shemot/”Names”, covers Exodus 1:1-6:1, and not only lends its’ name to this Torah portion, but to the entire book of Exodus, the book of Shemot!  Focusing on the difference between these names shows the difference in viewpoints quite clearly.  What do we focus on – Exodus – the journey, the fact that …