Weekly Torah

Insight and commentary on the Torah and Gospels every week, adapted from Torah Club resources.


Blood on the Doorposts

The value of Passover for believers transcends mere ritual and symbolism. It speaks to us of the death and resurrection of the Master and the great salvation of human souls. It serves as a type and a shadow for the ultimate redemption that has been granted to us through Messiah.

Passover, passover lamb, Pesach, salvation

From Previous Weeks

In Jars of Clay

The law of the clay vessels brings to mind a passage from the Apostle Paul. In 2 Corinthians 4:7, Paul compared believers to jars of clay containing valuable treasure. Though our mortal bodies are perishable and temporary—like a clay jar—the treasure contained within them is immortal: the death and resurrection of Yeshua.

consecration, death, holy people, jars of clay, resurrection, sacrifice, sin offering, treasure, Tzav

Obedience and Sacrifice

Paul urges us to present our bodies as a “living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God.” Is Paul asking us to build altars and literally sacrifice ourselves upon them? Of course not. Paul is using the sacrificial language as an illustration for obedience. He is urging us to set aside our stubborn wills.

animal sacrifices, korban, Levitical worship, obedience, sacrifice, Vayikra

The 'Church' at Mount Sinai

The descent of Moses at the end of the previous Torah portion alludes to the second coming of the Messiah. Just as Moses assembled Israel at the time of his appearing, when Messiah comes again, He will gather together the assembly of Israel from the four corners of the world. Then the whole nation of Israel will be called the assembly of Messiah.

church, ekklesia, kahal, Ki Tisa, Mount Sinai, synagogue

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