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Scripture Portion of Week 21: Ki Tisa

Exodus 30:11-34:35

The previous readings described the production of the Tabernacle, furniture, utensils, and clothing of the priest. This portion continues with describing the census tax, anointing oil, and incense. 813 more words

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Tanakh (Mikra), Ketuvim (Writings), Prophets (Nevi'im) for Android

Tanakh (Mikra), Ketuvim (Writings), Prophets (Nevi’im) for Android devices are three apps together with Torah (Pentateuch) coded for random daily reading.

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The Covenant of G-d's Righteous Servant and G-d of Isaiah 53

Just as the many were appalled at him—So marred was his appearance, unlike that of man, His form beyond human semblance—Just so he shall startle many nations. 1,299 more words

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My Midrash of Isaiah53; Suffering Servant Jesus Christ, Suffering Servant Israel or G-d's Righteous Servant Keith Ellis McCarty (Elijah)?

The witnesses of the righteous servant (verses 1-6)

1 “Who can believe what we have heard? Upon whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed? 3,509 more words

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A Day in the Life of G-d’s Righteous Servant of Isaiah 53

1″He led me back to the entrance of the Temple, and I found that water was issuing from below the platform of the Temple—eastward, since the Temple faced east—but the water was running out at the south of the altar, under the south wall of the Temple. 1,515 more words

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Tehillim Two: Emotions

“Arm yourselves with purity lest He become angry and you perish in the way, for in a moment His wrath will be kindled; the praises of all who take refuge in Him (Psalms 2:12).” The version of God described in this verse is a volatile one, able to be triggered to anger at any point if a person makes the wrong move. 58 more words

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Malachi Three: End of an Era

This chapter marks the end of several things: the end of Malachi, the end of Nevi’im, and the end of the second of three major sections of Tanakh. 222 more words

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